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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How the Experts Got it Wrong Again

Experts created widely publicized models showing the potential death toll of COVID-19, but these fail to account for additional impacts on health and wealth.

Welcome to the Quant Investing Revolution

Twenty years ago, quant investing required millions of dollars and a Ph.D. Today, quant investing and swing trading are much more accessible to investors.

Why Warren Buffett Is Smiling Ear to Ear

The coronavirus crash hit many companies hard, including Berkshire Hathaway. But as the market recovers, Warren Buffett is poised for a big year.

Invest When There Is Blood in the Streets

One of the best times to put your money to work is when there’s “blood in the streets.” Here’s why contrarian investing is the way to wealth.

The Story of the Great Contagion

The onset and spread of COVID-19 seem new and extreme, but it’s a tale as old as time. Here’s some perspective and hope for your health and wealth.

Berkshire Hathaway Stock: COVID-19’s Greatest Gift

The global pandemic and market sell-off may seem like a nightmare, but soon investors will understand the wealth creation opportunities it presented.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly About COVID-19

The rapid onset of the COVID-19 virus has had major implications on global health and wealth. Here are the key takeaways that we should all understand…

The “Critically Counterintuitive” Lessons of Investing

In order to grow your wealth, you may think you need to be very intelligent and highly analytical, but successful investors have proven those things untrue.