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I cannot stress the point enough; you need to have a set of defined investing goals prior to actually purchasing a single or set of investments. Without such definition you will be a leaf amongst the wind. Where you and your investments end up could be about anywhere. Since you certainly don’t want “anywhere” to be your investment future, develop goals that will help guide your investment portfolio to a certain point.
If you’re having trouble defining your investment goals, think in terms of time and ultimate portfolio dollar value. It’s also important to consider how your investing goals align with other non-monetary goals you have. Ultimately you’re asking yourself, “Where am I now, where do I want to be, what resources do I have at my disposal and how can I leverage those resources to get where I want to be?”
If the questions posed above lead you to concluding that your investing time-frame is greater than one year and requires a substantial amount of growth, then I would look into an Indian Infrastructure ETF (INXX). The ETF is built to mimic the Indian Infrastructure index, which is composed of a number of companies that will directly benefit from infrastructure development in India.
Through your research and analysis, if you find that INXX is an investment that fits with your goals and you’re convinced it’s a promising prospect, then you may want to use the recent price pull-back as an entry point into the ETF.