4 months ago • 4:33 mins
It’s hard to find reasons to be positive on markets now, and it’s that much harder to find reasons to be positive on European markets. Investors are practically lining up to bet against European companies, currencies, and bonds, as the continent contends with high inflation, a looming recession, and spiraling energy costs. But as value investor Howard Marks once said, you’ll need to think differently and better than others in order to outperform. So here are three reasons why you can still be excited about investing in Europe…
Investing in Europe doesn’t have to be a bet on its economy. Over half of the revenue that flows into its companies comes from beyond Europe’s borders, and the continent itself is home to many “quality”, or hig
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