- Investing in India isn’t easy as many Indian investments won’t benefit from Indian growth.
- Indian ETFs won’t benefit either while valuations are a bit high.
- There is a third option.
If you read yesterday’s article on economic growth projections per country, you know that India has an unmatched position in the world. It has a young and more eager population, a huge labor cost advantage, relatively good education, a low starting point, and issues that can be resolved like corruption and a large geography.
The country is growing at around 7% per year and is expected to continue to continue growing at that rate for the next few decades. There will of course be ups and downs, but the long term trend is extremely strong. More →