|Last Price$68.71||Day Change (%)0.60%|
|Open Price$68.71||Day Change ($)0.41|
|Day Range68.71–68.71||52-Week Range66.83–86.16|
As of Mon 09/21/2015 | USD
Although many risks remain, this European equity ETF offers investors a good way to profit if a recovery gains traction.
Maybe not, as austerity measures, bank deleveraging, and potential political instability create a challenging operating environment in the near and medium term.
European hope springs eternal, but the problems there are far from solved.
Large-cap U.K. stocks have good exposure to faster-growing emerging markets, have a defensive tilt, and are trading at attractive valuations.
Equity ETFs are on track for a record year of inflows, while fixed-income ETF investors are rotating to shorter-duration funds.
Greece, Portugal, and euro woes may tempt contrarians, but issues abound.
Cost-conscious investors can use ETFs to implement themes similar to those of smart, well-respected active mutual fund managers.
Jason Huntley is the CIO of Mars Hill Partners, LLC, and the Portfolio Manager of the AdvisorShares Mars Hill Global Relative Value ETF (NYSE: GRV)