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Investors seeking high growth for their portfolios have long grown tired of the meager returns that many U.S.-based investments have offered. As a result many have turned their attention to emerging markets which are nations around the globe with surging populations that are experiencing rapid development. The high growth potential offered in many of these locales caught the eye of investors, and as ETFs have continued to expand their lineups to cater to numerous emerging markets, investors can now reach markets that would otherwise be very difficult to buy into, at least for average investors. One of the top emerging markets in the world is India, which is home to the second largest population on the globe (approximately 1.1 billion) and one of the fastest growth rates for a major country. But with such a large population in a relatively small area, numerous obstacles present themselves as India tries to break into the world of developed nations. One of the biggest issues the country is currently facing is a low quality infrastructure system which threatens to hamper the nation’s development for decades to come [see also Emerging Market ETFs: Seven Factors Every Investor Should Consider].

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Last week saw the end of a year that was relatively kind to investor portfolios, as most major asset classes managed to post strong results in 2010. As the calendars flip to 2011, the outlook remains uncertain; lingering obstacles in the form of high unemployment and bloated debt loads certainly pose problems, but rapidly-expanding emerging markets and resurgent corporate earnings provide reason to be optimistic.

As investors review their performance over the last year and look forward for opportunities in the year to come, we offer up 11 high level thoughts on intriguing ETF investments for 2011 [for more ETF insights, sign up for our free ETF newsletter]: [click to continue…]

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Over the past year, more investors have grown unsure of the economic future in much of the developed world. High budget deficits in the U.S., a currency crisis in Europe, and a demographic disaster in Japan have left many searching for markets with better growth opportunities. Many have flocked towards emerging markets which have become […]

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As the summer winds down, apparently so too does the impressive pace of expansion in the ETF space. Although August launches were a big dropoff from the previous month, the industry still saw the introduction of more than a dozen new exchange-traded products. Whereas many of the products rolled out in previous months have been […]

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India ETFs: Five Ways To Play

by on August 26, 2010 | Updated August 27, 2010

As emerging markets have raced ahead of their developed counterparts in the last two years, investors around the globe have begun to tilt portfolios more heavily towards securities that many have historically perceived to be excessively risky. The inflows into equity ETFs serve as one piece of evidence of this trend; through the first seven […]

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EGShares, the New York-based firm behind the first sector-specific emerging markets ETFs, announced today the latest addition to its product line, rolling out the India Infrastructure ETF (INXX). The new fund will seek to replicate the performance of the Indxx India Infrastructure Index, a benchmark consisting of 30 companies representative of the country’s infrastructure industry.

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Which India ETF Is Best?

by on January 19, 2010 | Updated November 8, 2012

With interest rates at record lows and a cloud of uncertainty looming over the global economy, investors are finding it difficult to build a well-diversified portfolio that offers attractive upside potential without taking on considerable risks. Emerging markets, however, have been the center of attention in recent years as lucrative opportunities continue to present themselves […]

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