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European financials. Boasts great earnings growth and good loan growth. She expects good surprises. The German election is a potential catalyst.
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BUY
European banks present the biggest value opportunities out there. They've been left for dead. Stress tests have made them extremely conservative. Trading below book value, enormous dividend yields. Short term is anybody's guess, but you should be happy 1-2-3 years out. Long term, tactical holding.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Sep 26/19, Down 18%) Expectations and valuations for European banks are so low now and have been so battered. A good sign is that Europe is moving towards a discal union. This ETF is poised for a massive cyclical bounce. At least, you're paid to wait with this ETF.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Sep 26/19, Up 4%) Europe has zero expectations for growth, so this was a reluctant top pick. Europe has been left for dead. Long-term though, this should be fine, because of rock-bottom interest rates there, there's a move from bonds into stocks.
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TOP PICK

ETF with high dividend It holds 30% UK banks. The Brexit story will continue, but a no-deal Brexit is off the table. Expectations for Euro banks can't get lower. EUFN pays a 5% yield. The average company trades below book value. This space is so unloved that it's time to buy.

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TOP PICK
It has been left for dead. It is cheap. The dividend yield is near 6%. The catalyst will be the move in fiscal policies in Europe.
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BUY

The last six months have been a perfect storm for Europe. Resurgence of populist policies, trade tensions. Nobody believes in Europe anymore. He thinks there is good value there. Negative interest rates are certainly a headwind. All you need in the sector is a very little positive news. He likes it.

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DON'T BUY

He doesn't like European banks. They face a lot of headwinds. For example, Deutsche Bank didn't pass their stress test. Look at U.S. or Canadian banks instead. Europe is 18 months behind the U.S. in the business cycle so it's growing at a slower pace.

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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick Sept. 25/17, Up 7%) Prefers European to U.S. banks. All indicators such as credit conditions point upward.

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COMMENT

EUFN-N vs. ZWE-T. EUFN-N is an interesting way to get exposure to European banks. The risk is that the European recovery does not take hold. It appears the world is recovering and that the banks are a good place to be, although his outlook longer term is not great on them, and so he does not recommend it. He sees more risk than not. Otherwise, it is a good way to play European banks. He prefers ZWE-T for the yield and the covered calls to lower risk.

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TOP PICK

It feels weird to recommend European banks, but there are limits to linear thinking, and things can change. Europe, arguably, is much earlier in the economic cycle than the US. Importantly, credit markets are fine and confidence is up.

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BUY

Euro Banks?He holds this in his personal account, because basically you are taking a shot. There are a lot of really top banks in this. Until people are confident on European banks, you are not going to get much of a move. Keep it under 5% and it might be worth a trade.

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COMMENT

European banks. Just read an article that said if you look at the charts of European banks, you will see that the canaries are fleeing the mines. This is not something he is particularly interested in right now.

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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick July 24/13. Up 15.16%.) It was the US banks that led the market into the drink, and it was US banks that brought the market out in 2011-2012. So he expected that the European banks would be the leaders as well.

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TOP PICK

It was the banking crisis that we haven’t seen since the 20s that created the whole European mess. Areas that had strong banking systems, Canada and Australia, got through very well. In the US, the banks started to turn and the S&P 500 followed suit. He thinks the same thing will happen in Europe.

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iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF(EUFN-Q) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 3

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 3

Stockchase rating for iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF(EUFN-Q) Frequently Asked Questions

What is iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF stock symbol?

iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF is a American stock, trading under the symbol EUFN-Q on the NASDAQ (EUFN). It is usually referred to as NASDAQ:EUFN or EUFN-Q

Is iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF a buy or a sell?

In the last year, 3 stock analysts published opinions about EUFN-Q. 3 analysts recommended to BUY the stock. 0 analysts recommended to SELL the stock. The latest stock analyst recommendation is . Read the latest stock experts' ratings for iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF.

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Is iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF worth watching?

3 stock analysts on Stockchase covered iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF In the last year. It is a trending stock that is worth watching.

What is iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF stock price?

On 2021-10-20, iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF (EUFN-Q) stock closed at a price of $20.92.