Nicholas Vardy

ETF Expert

A widely recognized expert on the exploding asset class of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), 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 master’s degree from Stanford University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. It’s no wonder his groundbreaking ETF content is published regularly in the free daily e-letter Liberty Through Wealth.

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Two Simple Rules to Win the Prediction Game

Humans have tried every method imaginable to predict the future, from reading tea leaves to performing complex analysis. But here’s what you should do to build wealth.

Why the Doom-and-Gloomers Are Always Wrong

Doom-and-gloomers are always predicting the “next big crisis,” from ice ages to droughts, famine to overpopulation. But have they ever gotten it right?

Why I’m Betting on a Q4 Rally

We’ve endured choppy markets over the last two years. Does market analysis show the market will sustain its current rally, or will we see a repeat of 2018’s fourth quarter?

What Spanish Property Taught Me About Investing in Commodities

Contrarian investing is an enviable skill. There are several markets – including commodities – that may be due for a boom, but how can investors know for sure?

What the Red Queen Knows About Hedge Funds

Hedge funds used to rule the market, providing great returns and lower risks. So why can’t the smart investment strategies beat the market anymore?

Don’t Buy Into China’s Bull

There are several schools of thought on where China will end up in terms of global wealth, but one thing is for certain: Don’t buy the China bull.

It’s a New Day in Vietnam

Although it was once as poor as Ethiopia, Vietnam has seen soaring economic growth since 1990. Could it be the next great addition to your ETF portfolio?

How to Profit From the Biggest Bubble of Them All

Today, both conventional market analysis and historical comparisons tell us that the U.S. stock market is in a bubble. So what should investors do?