Nicholas Vardy

Quantitative Expert

An accomplished investment advisor and widely recognized expert on quantitative investing, global investing and exchange-traded funds, Nicholas has been a regular commentator on CNN International and Fox Business Network. He has also been cited in The Wall Street JournalFinancial TimesNewsweek, Fox Business News, CBS, MarketWatch, Yahoo Finance and MSN Money Central. Nicholas holds a bachelor’s and a master’s from Stanford University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. It’s no wonder his groundbreaking content is published regularly in the free daily e-letter Liberty Through Wealth.

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One of Our Fastest Double-Digit Gains Ever

Today we’re sharing one of Nicholas Vardy’s quickest and most profitable swing trades to date.

All Signs Point to This Swing Trade Going Up

Nicholas Vardy’s latest swing trade recommendation is moving in a promising pattern… and no fewer than six other indicators are screaming for you to get in on this stock.

The World’s Most Influential Cities

Cities account for 23% of the world’s population. But it takes more than a large population for a city to become a thriving and influential metropolis.

Inside the Minds of the Ultra-Wealthy

The richest people in America share some interesting qualities… and some of them might surprise you.

A Textbook Example of a Swing Trade

A recent Oxford Swing Trader recommendation generated huge returns in just a few days. This is a textbook example of how swing trades can book big profits.

My Favorite Contrarian Indicator

If you buy a stock for cheap and it recovers, you can make a lot of money. That’s why you should go against the grain and keep an eye out for this key buy signal…

How the .400 Batting Average in Baseball Explains Soros’ and Buffett’s Fading Returns

Warren Buffett and George Soros have long been hailed as two of the world’s greatest investors, but their returns have lagged for years. Here’s why.

How “Dumb Money” Beat the Wall Street Experts

Wall Street’s top money managers are scratching their heads. How did everyday investors get the market so right when the experts got it so wrong?