For example, WisdomTree Hedged European Equity (HEDJ) is above its 200-day moving average. Mario Draghi and the ECB’s ongoing need to battle deflation will mean more stimulus for the embattled region. Central bank intervention continues to be a bona fide boon to investors. Moreover, European equities trade at 20% discount to U.S. counterparts. And while U.S. stocks are breaking records, European stocks remain roughly 35% below all-time peaks. For all of these reasons, I expect HEDJ to outperform the majority of the stock ETF field on the upside.
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