Is the Eurozone a Buy?

by The Wall Street Geek on June 15, 2013 · 3 comments

Is the Eurozone a Buy

Summer’s here, and the US stock market is going through its seasonal “two steps forward, two steps back” dance.

Meanwhile, longer term investors are looking for the next big investing opportunity.

The Eurozone has been tarred and feathered since the 2008 financial crisis. But although the region is down, it’s not out.

Is now a good opportunity to get into Eurozone investments while the prices are still low? How can you tell when and if the Eurozone has profitable investment opportunities?

I talk about that, plus the drama I had the past week at home, in today’s podcast!

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