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48.81
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TOP PICK
He had been suggesting China but he now suggests changing that to India. The median age there is 28. The rate of literacy is growing dramatically.
E.T.F.'s
WAIT

VEE vs. XID VEE covers EM. XID: India has a young working population who speak English. India fits well into global commerce. If they build their infrastructure, India will do well. Problem is, everyone knows India's long-term story and already have high expectations. India has been underperforming the past year, so he wants to see India cheaper and offer better performance before stepping in. Wait. Look at SCIF for India small-caps For EM, focus on Asian EMs, so go with GMF-N instead of VEE.

E.T.F.'s
STRONG BUY
He loves emerging markets and broad diversification, so he prefers VEE to XID. But also, India is an excellent country to invest with EM. India boasts a growing middle class and upwardly mobile workplace--he would bet big on India. However, don't bet the farm on any ETF, but rather 5-10%.
E.T.F.'s
COMMENT

XID vs VEE (India vs. EM) VEE is Asia-ex Japan. It contains some major India stocks, plus Korea and China. With XID, you're making a country call. Do you know something about India that the world does not? He is not a country allocator. Take a look at Forstrong ETFs (https://www.forstrong.com/) who actively manage and you need that if you're so country-specific.

E.T.F.'s
COMMENT
Similar to ZID. There used to be a difference, but he thinks not anymore. He likes India. Horrible bureaucracy there though. Made a lot of progress. Huge companies are there. Should do more homework on this. One of the things about including EM in portfolios is that you have to be careful not to overweight. He is conservative with EMs.
E.T.F.'s
COMMENT

XID-T vs. ZID-T. A Difference in Tax Treatment? With a Canadian based ETF holding US ETFs subject to US withholding tax you can get double withholdings. He suggests asking the ETF provider what the tax consequences are for holding their funds in your Canadian account.

E.T.F.'s
PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick May 2/16. Up 38%.) A great way to get access to the growing middle class in India.

E.T.F.'s
PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick May 2/16. Up 29%.) He is a fan of emerging markets. India has good fundamentals. In the next 10-11 years, it will pass China in population, and has a well educated workforce. This would still be a Buy.

E.T.F.'s
BUY on WEAKNESS

He loves it. A couple of weeks back he wrote about it on his blog. About 40 years on average their currency has lost 5% per year. He thinks it will level out now. There are very good pro-business policy there despite all the corruption in Indian politics.

E.T.F.'s
BUY

He is a proponent of emerging markets in general. If he were to use only one country to invest in, it would be India. This is a good product and one he uses personally. He wouldn’t go more than 7%-8% of your portfolio.

E.T.F.'s
BUY

India? There is this one as well as one from the Bank of Montréal. This is the one that he would use as a long term play.

E.T.F.'s
TOP PICK

Although he believes in “emerging markets” as a broad play, for those people who want an individual country, he would recommend India. This is a part of the world that is growing at a really, really breakneck pace, compared to what we are used to in the West.

E.T.F.'s
COMMENT

India has tried to monetize some of their gold, even some held in temples in India. They just lost their finance minister. The problem is the layers of bureaucracy. He expects great things over the long term. You have to be very patient.

E.T.F.'s
COMMENT

iShares CNX Nifty India (XID-T) or Vanguard MSCI Emerging Market (VEE-T)? He likes both. The question is, how do you want to get exposure to emerging markets. BMO has a very good one as well BMO India Equity Hedged to CAD (ZID-T), which is also a bit cheaper than this one. (See Top Picks.)

E.T.F.'s
TOP PICK

If you want to get into emerging markets, but want to avoid China and still have the growing middle class, India is the way to go.

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iShares CNX Nifty India(XID-T) Rating

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On 2021-12-08, iShares CNX Nifty India (XID-T) stock closed at a price of $48.81.