May 18, 2012 at 09:00 AM EDT
India Bull Or Bear? ETFs To Play
Emerging markets have taken center stage in recent years as investors have become increasingly attracted to the lucrative opportunities presented in this corner of the market. Despite this recent trend, many have grown somewhat leery of several countries’ financial standings and of their ability to produce any kind of real return albeit their attractively high growth rates. One country in particular has taken a significant amount of heat for their troubling economic position: India, the most populous democracy in the world, is now showing several unsettling signs of financial duress [see also Evaluating India ETFs: Three Important Factors To Consider]. India’s alarmingly large budget and trade deficits have sent up several red flags, making investors understandably bearish on essentially all Indian asset classes. Despite its thriving middle class, the country is plagued by socioeconomic turmoil: India currently holds the largest concentration of people living below the World Bank’s international poverty line. The pressures [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: India ETFs: Five Ways To Play Direxion Plans Slew Of India ETFs iShares Rolls Out Another India ETF Can India ETFs Beat Inflation Epidemic? India ETFs: Warning Signs In GDP Report?
Emerging markets have taken center stage in recent years as investors have become increasingly attracted to the lucrative opportunities presented in this corner of the market. Despite this recent trend, many have grown somewhat leery of several countries’ financial standings and of their ability to produce any kind of real return albeit their attractively high growth rates. One country in particular has taken a significant amount of heat for their troubling economic position: India, the most populous democracy in the world, is now showing several unsettling signs of financial duress [see also Evaluating India ETFs: Three Important Factors To Consider]. India’s alarmingly large budget and trade deficits have sent up several red flags, making investors understandably bearish on essentially all Indian asset classes. Despite its thriving middle class, the country is plagued by socioeconomic turmoil: India currently holds the largest concentration of people living below the World Bank’s international poverty line. The pressures [...]

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