Vance Barse, CPWA®, AIF®, Wealth Strategist & Founder of Your Dedicated Fiduciary®, joins the discussion on CNBC’s ETF Edge regarding Europe’s outperformance over the United States so far this year explaining, “There are some fundamental factors at play here that can certainly help explain the year-to-date performance we have seen of European markets, particularly the luxury goods section.” He continues by outlining some of these specifics and discusses the state of other markets emerging across the globe.
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