While the European Central Bank is expected to announce further interest rate cuts Thursday, some strategists see opportunity in the Continent's equities.
Luciano Siracusano, WisdomTree's chief investment strategist, told "Closing Bell" on Wednesday that he sees the ECB extending the duration of quantitative easing because it's essential.
"It's necessary because they still have a debt problem. They still have an inflation problem. They still have a growth problem," Siracusano said.
"The government, frankly, is not getting it done and neither are the private corporations. You're not seeing enough private sector investment. So, they may continue to do more of what they started," he added.