Europe ETFs Present A Compelling Risk/Reward Tradeoff

Investing in Europe right now comes with its share of risks. U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is scheduled to initiate the Brexit process this week bringing into question how the country will unwind the many trade and economic agreements it has with its soon-to-be former EU partners. Germany and France, the region’s two largest economies, are scheduled to hold national elections this year, while Greece continues to teeter on the brink of financial collapse. Italy could be heading down the road to a similar banking crisis and is supposedly weighing its own exit from the EU.

Undervalued growth plays are getting increasingly difficult to find, but Europe is looking interesting for longer-term investors who are willing to let the story play out. Once the political uncertainty in the region that I suspect we’ll see throughout all of 2017 begins dying down, the Eurozone’s improved economic environment should be ready to take center stage.

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