NEW YORK (ETF Expert) -- In early September, the European Bank put its money where Mario Draghi's mouth was.Specifically, the congregation of decision makers agreed to purchase unlimited amounts of short-term, troubled country bonds in the event that a a beleaguered sovereignty requested aid. (Note: A country would have to agree to certain reforms, but... who genuinely wants details?) Apparently, the ECB president's promise was all that world markets needed to hear. Italian bonds and Spanish bonds have since risen dramatically. And Greece? The Global X FTSE Greece 20 ETF ( GREK) is up nearly 74% since Draghi exclaimed in late July that the ECB would do "whatever it takes" to keep the euro intact. All's well that ends well, then? Not exactly. Country deficits are growing, the region's economy is contracting and financial institutions still hold the ever-volatile sovereign debts. That makes European financial stocks particularly scary. Additionally, no country has asked the ECB for a bond bailout. It follows that the ECB's commitment has yet to be scrutinized. Would creditor nations like Germany even agree to a monumental transfer of its wealth to Spain and Italy? Can Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany even manage the political ramifications of supporting neighboring nation bailouts with her own re-election bid in the fall? It has been a wonderful ride for the CurrencyShares Euro Trust ( FXE) since late July. Not only has FXE picked up 8.3% in a short time period, but it remains above intermediate-term (100-day) and long-term trendlines (200-day).