February 14, 2012 at 07:00 AM EST
India ETFs Catch Fire In 2012
Emerging market ETFs were hailed as a must buy for all portfolios after 2010 watched a number of these product produce eye-popping returns. But last year had other things in mind, as the majority of these products felt the pinch of volatile markets and endured a hefty slide. The combination of euro woes along with negative economic indicators in the US, namely the downgrade in our credit quality, shattered investor confidence in these investments as their prices entered a dangerous nosedive. Among the biggest losers was India, the world’s second most populated country [see also Doomsday Special: 7 Hard Asset Investments You Can Hold in Your Hand]. A key member of the BRIC, India has long been one of the world’s premier growth stories, though it often falls in the shadows of China, which has also been experiencing growth at an astounding pace. 2011 was an especially tough year for [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: iShares: The Low Cost ETF Issuer? Evaluating India ETFs: Three Important Factors To Consider Can India ETFs Beat Inflation Epidemic? India ETFs: Warning Signs In GDP Report? India ETFs: Five Ways To Play
Emerging market ETFs were hailed as a must buy for all portfolios after 2010 watched a number of these product produce eye-popping returns. But last year had other things in mind, as the majority of these products felt the pinch of volatile markets and endured a hefty slide. The combination of euro woes along with negative economic indicators in the US, namely the downgrade in our credit quality, shattered investor confidence in these investments as their prices entered a dangerous nosedive. Among the biggest losers was India, the world’s second most populated country [see also Doomsday Special: 7 Hard Asset Investments You Can Hold in Your Hand].  A key member of the BRIC, India has long been one of the world’s premier growth stories, though it often falls in the shadows of China, which has also been experiencing growth at an astounding pace. 2011 was an especially tough year for [...]

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