Vangrd European E.T.F.

VGK-N

NYSEARCA:VGK

48.76
0.05 (0.10%)

Analysis and Opinions about VGK-N

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DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 13, 2019
Well diversified, low cost ETF. However, every time he's bought it, something happens and he sells it. He's not in Europe right now because of all it's problems.
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Well diversified, low cost ETF. However, every time he's bought it, something happens and he sells it. He's not in Europe right now because of all it's problems.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
February 14, 2019
(A Top Pick Jan 19/18, Down 14%) He exited sometime in the summer. Something always happens in Europe. Too many problems. In EM at least there is growth there. He got burned every time he got there.
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(A Top Pick Jan 19/18, Down 14%) He exited sometime in the summer. Something always happens in Europe. Too many problems. In EM at least there is growth there. He got burned every time he got there.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
October 15, 2018

(Past Top Pick Oct. 10, 2017, Down 7%) What was I thinking? He's been in and out of this a few times. Europe is such a morass with all kinds of trouble. This ETF itself is fine, but Europe is a mess.

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(Past Top Pick Oct. 10, 2017, Down 7%) What was I thinking? He's been in and out of this a few times. Europe is such a morass with all kinds of trouble. This ETF itself is fine, but Europe is a mess.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
January 19, 2018

He likes Europe, but not in love with it, and is doing this for diversification purposes. Doesn’t see anything horrific in Europe, but it is always a basket case, but not the way it was 2 or 3 years ago. He is in this one tentatively.

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He likes Europe, but not in love with it, and is doing this for diversification purposes. Doesn’t see anything horrific in Europe, but it is always a basket case, but not the way it was 2 or 3 years ago. He is in this one tentatively.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
October 10, 2017

This holds the largest cap companies in Europe. It is developed countries. There is no Greece. A huge ETF, something like $24 billion. Extremely cheap. If you want to play Europe, it’s a great way to go.

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This holds the largest cap companies in Europe. It is developed countries. There is no Greece. A huge ETF, something like $24 billion. Extremely cheap. If you want to play Europe, it’s a great way to go.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
March 14, 2016

FEZ-N vs. VGK-N. Europe is cheap, in relative value terms, but he thinks there is another leg down so is not putting new money into Europe right now. He is defensive over all. He likes the ZEW-T because of hedging and covered call.

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FEZ-N vs. VGK-N. Europe is cheap, in relative value terms, but he thinks there is another leg down so is not putting new money into Europe right now. He is defensive over all. He likes the ZEW-T because of hedging and covered call.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
August 7, 2015

(A Top Pick July 18/14. Down 2.81%.) Sold this last November, because it is not hedged. A really good ETF, well diversified, low cost and it paid a really good dividend of about 4%. His concern was the euro, so he got out. Also, the performance was a little bit lacklustre.

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(A Top Pick July 18/14. Down 2.81%.) Sold this last November, because it is not hedged. A really good ETF, well diversified, low cost and it paid a really good dividend of about 4%. His concern was the euro, so he got out. Also, the performance was a little bit lacklustre.

N/A
N/A
July 8, 2015

How to invest in Europe? Thinks Europe is growing, coming out of the recession they were in. Euro is down because of the Greek situation, and if US interest rates go up it will weaken the euro, which will help the Europeon exporters. Suggests investing in an index like Vanguard.

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How to invest in Europe? Thinks Europe is growing, coming out of the recession they were in. Euro is down because of the Greek situation, and if US interest rates go up it will weaken the euro, which will help the Europeon exporters. Suggests investing in an index like Vanguard.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
June 24, 2015

(A Top Pick July 18/14. Down 1.69%.) Sold his holdings at around $54-$55. Had been paying almost a 4% dividend, but his concern was Putin going into the Ukraine and also about the euro.

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(A Top Pick July 18/14. Down 1.69%.) Sold his holdings at around $54-$55. Had been paying almost a 4% dividend, but his concern was Putin going into the Ukraine and also about the euro.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
May 8, 2015

(A Top Pick May 16/14. Down 1.49%.) Sold his holdings because of the vulnerability it had to the euro. It is unhedged. Also, the performance wasn’t very good.

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(A Top Pick May 16/14. Down 1.49%.) Sold his holdings because of the vulnerability it had to the euro. It is unhedged. Also, the performance wasn’t very good.

COMMENT
COMMENT
May 5, 2015

European indexes have been benefiting because of low oil prices, some pickup in their economies and the introduction of quantitative easing. A lot of money is rushing over there so there has been a little bit of a benefit. However, there has been a pullback recently, which would give him a little concern. Europe has the same seasonality as North America. He would expect this to pull back to about $52 or so.

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European indexes have been benefiting because of low oil prices, some pickup in their economies and the introduction of quantitative easing. A lot of money is rushing over there so there has been a little bit of a benefit. However, there has been a pullback recently, which would give him a little concern. Europe has the same seasonality as North America. He would expect this to pull back to about $52 or so.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
April 23, 2015

(A Top Pick March 20/14. Up 1.31%.) This was frustrating because he thought Europe was going to go higher. Russia going into the Ukraine created problems for Europe. Still has a small part of this, but switched into the Wisdom Tree International Hedged Equity Fund (HEDJ-N).

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(A Top Pick March 20/14. Up 1.31%.) This was frustrating because he thought Europe was going to go higher. Russia going into the Ukraine created problems for Europe. Still has a small part of this, but switched into the Wisdom Tree International Hedged Equity Fund (HEDJ-N).

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
April 13, 2015

(A Top Pick March 20/14. Down 0.29%.) Sold his holdings because he was worried about the European currencies.

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(A Top Pick March 20/14. Down 0.29%.) Sold his holdings because he was worried about the European currencies.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
March 9, 2015

Currency has the biggest impact on investment returns. This one is in US dollars and exposes you to the Euro. He thinks the Euro will go to parity over the next year. You should use ZEQ-T, or EUR-T with currency hedging to get exposure.

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Currency has the biggest impact on investment returns. This one is in US dollars and exposes you to the Euro. He thinks the Euro will go to parity over the next year. You should use ZEQ-T, or EUR-T with currency hedging to get exposure.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
February 17, 2015

(A Top Pick Jan 31/14. Up 2.39%.) Europe, much like the US, was talking of quantitative easing and it looked like they were starting to recover. It seemed to be a good place to get in. Decided to put no more than 5% in. When Putin started to do his shenanigans, he held back on buying.

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(A Top Pick Jan 31/14. Up 2.39%.) Europe, much like the US, was talking of quantitative easing and it looked like they were starting to recover. It seemed to be a good place to get in. Decided to put no more than 5% in. When Putin started to do his shenanigans, he held back on buying.

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Vangrd European E.T.F.(VGK-N) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 1

Total Signals / Votes : 1

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Vangrd European E.T.F.(VGK-N) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Vangrd European E.T.F. stock symbol?

Vangrd European E.T.F. is a American stock, trading under the symbol VGK-N on the NYSE Arca (VGK). It is usually referred to as AMEX:VGK or VGK-N

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On 2020-05-29, Vangrd European E.T.F. (VGK-N) stock closed at a price of $48.76.