profitabletradingtips.com Trading US Stocks versus Euro Zone Stocks What are the differences in trading US stocks versus Euro Zone stocks these days? Data from the Chicago Board Options Exchange indicate that standard options trading has dropped off a bit. Traders note that a more stable US stock market, namely a less volatile market, is the cause. US manufacturing is picking up and US employment figures have been improving month by month for nearly a year. On the other hand the debt dilemma does not seem to want to leave the Euro Zone alone. Euro Zone bailout package consequences don't seem to be over. The several members of the EU agreed recently to increase the size of their bailout fund, again. Unemployment is close to 25% in Spain and people have taken to the streets in a general strike to protest austerity measures. The question for Europe seems to be two fold, can they avoid debt default by their members and will the debt relief medicine of austerity measures lead to a recession and more debt problems on the continent? Trading US stocks versus Euro Zone stocks may have a lot to do with on whether the trader prefers to go long or short. Will the Bernanke Doctrine applied to the Euro Zone save the day? A recognized expert about the Great Depression is the current Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. Mr. Bernanke's prescription for the recession has been loosely referred to as the Bernanke Doctrine. Basically the point is that a bad recession was turned into a <b>...</b>
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