They are FXE,which tracks the value of the Euro, and EFA, which tracks large-company stocks in the developed world, about half of them in the EU.
I considered EWG, which tracks German stocks, but declined to take the trade after the other two Brexit trades were filled.
I had analyzed an attempted trades on all three of those symbols on Monday but was unable to get fills.
I gave no further consideration to a fourth stock from the Monday group, the London banking company HSBC, because it's implied volatility declined below my minimum standard.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, June 21, 2016
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