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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Quant Investing’s Biggest Edge

Quant investing uses computers to process tons of data and reveal invisible patterns. But the real edge for quant and swing trading is a lot simpler.

What Winston Churchill Would Have Advised About Today’s Market

The recent market correction has investors everywhere panicking. But if you really want to grow your wealth, heed this advice: Keep calm and carry on.

Never Bet Against America

Declinism is a recurring theme in American culture, but it couldn’t be further from the truth. Americans enjoy more wealth and power than most.

Humans vs. Quant Traders: Who Wins in the World of Trading?

Stock pickers are a dying breed. Taking their place? Quant systems. Here’s why quant trading has the edge over humans in building wealth.

Looking Back on The World in 2020

In his 1994 book, The World in 2020, journalist Hamish McRae writes about his predictions for global wealth, emerging markets and more.

Looking Back on The World in 2020

In his 1994 book, The World in 2020, journalist Hamish McRae writes about his predictions for global wealth, emerging markets and more.

An Evening With the Anointed: What I Learned About Paul Krugman

Nobel Prize winner Paul Krugman is a big name in the world of financial economics. But will his rhetoric and work stand the test of time?

Beware of Marxists in French Clothes

In the world of economists, Thomas Piketty has been lauded as an overnight rock star. But are his views on financial economics actually anything new?