Woods also argues that if we experience a major sell-off on a “Draghi disappointment,” traders will be presented with a bargain hunting opportunity. The Europe ETFs track well-estabilished European names, so they are not in any position to cave any time soon. Additionally, European stocks offer decent yields, with VGK offering a 4.48% yield, IEV providing a 3.78% yield and FEU yielding 4.21%.
Vanguard European ETF
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Max Chen contributed to this article.