Though Indian ETFs are still at an emerging stage, they are expected to replicate some of the asset classes that are offered globally, with gold ETFs the likely leader. Recent launches, which include differentiated products such as MOSt Shares NASDAQ 100, Goldman Sachs Hang Seng BeES, Goldman Sachs S&P Shariah BeES, give investors diverse but attractive choices across asset classes, investment styles and geographies. While actively managed funds will continue to rule in search of higher alpha, passively managed funds in the form of ETFs can be of able help to investors for quick diversification across underlying asset class / index.
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