List of Euro ETFs

Short, Leveraged and Currency Euro ETFs

World currency notes

There are a lot of ways for investors to utilize ETFs and ETNs in order to gain access to European markets. There are specific country ETFs for each country in Europe and there are also Europe ETFs to target the region as a whole.

And for those investors who want to make plays with interest rates and the foreign exchange rates, there are currency ETFs as well. Both specific to individual countries in Europe and those focusing on the Euro.

In this article we discuss the latter as I’ve listed out all of the Euro ETFs available for your portfolio.

One of the best advantages of ETFs is the ability to enter certain markets without loading up on equities or battling index basket pricing. Instead you can get instant exposure to Euro markets with one easy transaction.

So for those who have a need to invest in the Euro, then an ETF might make sense for your trading strategy. As of now, there are quite a few ETF and ETN options for investing in the euro, and as more funds come to market, then I'll be sure to add them to this list, so check back when necessary.

List of Euro ETFs

  • ULE – ProShares Ultra Euro ETF
  • URR – Market Vectors Double Long Euro ETN

And take note that we have 3 short Euro ETFs on this list…

List of Short Euro ETFs

  • DRR - Market Vectors Double Short Euro ETN
  • EUO – ProShares Ultra Short Euro ETF
  • EUFX - ProShares Short Euro ETF

As well as 4 leveraged ETFs, two of which are leveraged inverse funds (DRR, EUO)...

List of Leveraged Euro ETFs

  • DRR - Market Vectors Double Short Euro ETN
  • EUO – ProShares Ultra Short Euro ETF
  • ULE – ProShares Ultra Euro ETF
  • URR – Market Vectors Double Long Euro ETN

List of Inverse and Leveraged Euro ETFs

  • DRR - Market Vectors Double Short Euro ETN
  • EUO – ProShares Ultra Short Euro ETF

So that should have you covered for any investing strategy you want to utilize with the Euro and hopefully utilizing exchange traded products. And as I said above, as more funds come to market, I will be sure to update this list. I will remove any funds that happen to be delisted over time, so be sure to come take a look after I make updates or if you hear news of additional offerings..

And as for some of the more complex exchange traded funds and notes on this list, like leveraged and inverse exchange traded products, please understand that these are for the more advanced trader. As with any investment, a company stock, an ETF, Index or otherwise, please make sure you thoroughly research this exchange traded fund or any financial asset before making any trades (long or short). Conduct your due diligence, watch how these funds react to different market conditions, take a look under the hood and see what is in the funds.

And if you have any questions or concerns, make sure you consult a stock broker, a financial advisor, or another financial industry professional. Especially with the leveraged and inverse funds.

While ETFs have many advantages, they have many disadvantages as well (as does any investment). So it is very important to understand the investment vehicle before you trade it. But once you have a full understanding on these Euro ETFs, you can consider adding either or both to your portfolio. And good luck with all of your trades!

Disclaimer: At the time of publication of this ETF list of Euro ETFs, I do not have any open positions in the above funds - Mark Kennedy