As a seasoned investor, Brian Bonar’s assessment of investing in EFTs (European Traded Funds) is that it makes sense depending on the successful performance of French President Emmanuel Macron. There are other political factors that make investing in these funds advisable as well. Among these are the French legislative elections and the national’s in Germany.
The overview of this prediction is based on the fact that Europe’s economy still heads strong with a good amount of the world’s economic weight under its belt. Many analysts look to parity with the USD (Unites States Dollar) as an indicator of real power in the global market. In that respect, the Euro has some growing to do. However, these phenomenon coinciding at the same time is exactly what makes investing in ETFs the smart move.
It all starts with growth. Europe’s economy is projected to improve as time marches on, even though some of the details and nuances of its system are delicate and difficult to predict. Presently, the most critical indicators to observe when predicting market trends in the continent are the political winds of change. If they shift toward unity and cooperation, international exchange is sure to strengthen the Euro.
The strategy behind investing in ETFs is simple and savvy, without necessarily taking on very much undo risk. Because the Euro is kind of cheap right now, buying low into a fund within a prudent amount should be fairly easy for an investor. Naturally, the financial hurt of any losses in this market should not turn out to affect other portfolios investors may have.
With the other two factors in place, all that is needed for the growth of the European economy is more decisions from its government officials and voters based on rationality instead of nationality. From the look of many major events, these choices are most likely on the horizon.
In fact the most intriguing aspect of Macron’s victory over Marine Le Penn is that many voters in France really do not display loyalty to his party. This means that something else can explain their decision. For those on the “grass roots” level of the election, the answer is that ultimately Le Penn’s message spelled economic stagnancy.
Only time can tell whether elected leaders can deliver on their promises of market growth across Europe, and whether voter are going to give them a chance to make good on these promises. If all goes well, investment in the EFTs toady are sure to bring in returns sometime in the future. At least, that is how Brian Bonar sees the situation. And, he has the experience along the education to make on-point observations on these matters.
After all, he is chairman and CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of Trucept Inc., and Dalrada Financial Corp. Before serving in his current roles, his history includes positions with Smart-tek Automated Services Inc., Allegiant Professional Business Services, Inc., and The Amanda Co., Inc. His education includes an undergraduate degree from the University of Statchclycde. His MBA and doctorate are from Staffordshire University.