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These are the highest ten Indian fairness funds

Emerging markets are a good investment, and one of the best emerging markets to invest in is India. The country is a hub for information technology and business process outsourcing. Also, India ranks among the top five in the world for agricultural production. India is ready to regain its post-Covid growth while its young and well-educated (…)

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Emerging markets are a good investment, and one of the best emerging markets to invest in is India. The country is a hub for information technology and business process outsourcing. Also, India ranks among the top five in the world for agricultural production. India stands ready to regain its post-Covid growth while its young and well-educated population will help the country maintain the rate of growth. If you are planning to invest in India but don't know where to start, the best way to invest is through India Equity Funds. These funds invest more than 70% of their assets in Indian securities. Below are the top ten India stock funds.

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Top ten Indian equity funds

We used last year's return data (from U.S. News) to rank the top ten India stock funds. We considered both mutual funds and ETFs. Below are the top ten India stock funds:

WisdomTree India Ex-State-Owned Enterprises Fund (IXSE, 58%)

IXSE tracks the price and yield development of the WisdomTree India Ex-State-Owned Enterprises Index. This index includes companies that are registered and traded in India, but not state-owned companies. It has a YTD return greater than 12%. IXSE has net assets of $ 4.93 million and an expense ratio of 0.58%.

Franklin FTSE India ETF (FLIN, 60%)

FLIN works to track the performance of the FTSE India RIC Capped Index. This index tracks the performance of Indian large and medium capitalization stocks. FLIN normally invests in the securities of the Underlying Index and in depository receipts representing those securities. It has a YTD return greater than 14%. FLIN has net assets of $ 28.38 million and an expense ratio of 0.19%.

Vaneck Vectors India Growth Leaders USD Etf (GLIN, 61%)

GLIN aims to match the investment performance of the MarketGrader India All-Cap Growth Leaders Index. GLIN has a YTD return greater than 15%. It has net assets of $ 73.52 million and its expense ratio is 0.94%.

First Trust India Nifty 50 Equal Weight ETF (NFTY, 66%)

NFTY tracks the performance of the NIFTY 50 Equal Weight Index. This index tracks the 50 largest and most liquid Indian stocks listed on the NSE (National Stock Exchange of India). NFTY normally invests at least 90% of its net assets in securities included in the index. NFTY has a YTD return greater than 18%. It has net assets of $ 77.93 million and its expense ratio is 0.80%.

Eaton Vance Greater India Fund Class A (ETGIX, 72%)

The goal of ETGIX is long-term capital appreciation and typically invests money in stocks of Indian companies as well as in neighboring countries. ETGIX has returned 7.93% over the past three years and over 12% over the past five years. Total assets are $ 260.20 million and the net expense ratio is 1.56%. The three largest holdings in this fund are Infosys, ICICI Bank and Axis Bank.

Wasatch Emerging India FundĀ® Investor Class (WAINX, 73%)

WAINX seeks long term capital growth and typically invests in companies that have economic ties to India. WAINX has achieved a return of 11.87% over the past three years and more than 16% over the past five years. It has total assets of $ 466.12 million and a net expense ratio of 1.64%. The three largest holdings in this fund are Bajaj Finance, HDFC Bank and Divi & # 39; s Laboratories.

Matthews India Fund Investor Class (MINDX, 78%)

MINDX seeks capital appreciation and typically invests in common stocks, preferred stocks and convertible securities of companies based in India. MINDX has returned 3.13% over the past three years and over 8% over the past five years. Total assets are $ 695.31 million and the net expense ratio is 1.15%. The three largest holdings in this fund are HDFC Bank, Reliance Industries and Infosys.

WisdomTree India Earnings ETF (EPI, 78%)

EPI tracks the price and return development of the WisdomTree India Earnings Index. It invests at least 95% of its assets in securities of the underlying index and in securities with similar characteristics. EPI has a YTD return greater than 17%. It has net assets of $ 863.55 million and an expense ratio of 0.84%.

ALPS / Kotak India Growth Fund Class A (INAAX, 79%)

INAAX seeks capital appreciation and invests at least 80% of its assets in stocks and equity-linked securities of Indian companies. INAAX has returned 7.89% over the past three years and over 12% over the past five years. Total assets are $ 328.28 million and the net expense ratio is 1.31%. The three largest holdings in this fund are Infosys, Reliance Industries and Tata Consultancy Services.

iShares MSCI India Small-Cap ETF (SMIN, 95%)

SMIN tracks the investment performance of the MSCI India Small Cap Index. This fund normally invests at least 80% of its assets in the securities of the underlying index. SMIN has a YTD return greater than 25%. It has net assets of $ 314.42 million and its expense ratio is 0.81%.

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