Power Play: Time to buy European stocks

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European equities have been outperforming US. Stocks year-to-date as the European Central Bank launches its quantitative easing program.

Even with the big moves this year, it's not too late to invest overseas if you know where to look.

Robert Luna, CEO of SureVest Wealth Management, tells CNBC's "Power Lunch" on Friday, the best way to play Europe is through small-caps.

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"There is significant under-performance there. But some of these global multinationals, don't see them as compelling as the smaller names," Luna said.

He recommends the WisdomTree Europe SmallCap Dividend Fund.

"You're getting pretty good income and good dividend yield, with exposure to industrials and consumer discretionary," Luna said.

He also believes ETFs are less risky than investing in individual stocks there.

WisdomTree Europe SmallCap Dividend Fund is up 16 percent year-to-date.