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I'm looking to enter the India market with a long term 'buy and hold'
strategy. So I'm trying to decide between purchasing INP and IFN.
Appreciate any insights/advice from the experts

As I see it the advantages/disadvantages of INP/IFN are

1) INP has a low expense ratio (.89%) while IFN has an expense ratio
of 1.5%.

2) INP is trading at ~ 7% premium to NAV while IFN is trading at 4%

3) Unlike IFN, INP does not carry any stock picking risk as it mimics
the MSCI India Index

So what would be better for a long term (> 5 years) buy and hold
strategy? Appreciate your advice
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