Optimism for European Exposure

Author: Frank Holmes
Date Posted: February 2, 2015 Read time: 2 min

In a recent interview with Robert Williams of Wall St. Daily, Frank Holmes talks about the current state of Europe and what this could mean for investors. Although Europe seems to be in a predicament, from the current Greek elections to the continued unrest in Russia, Frank says bad news is good news in this region of the world.

He thinks in six months we will see an uptick in emerging markets. Listen to the replay to hear why Frank is so optimistic on Europe and emerging markets, and to find out which sectors of the market he is bullish on right now.

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