Neither fund offers much yield to help investors endure volatility. EPI reports a distribution yield of 1.63% and INDY comes in at 0.56%. Another way in to India is through the EG Shares India Consumer ETF ( INCO). Consumer spending accounts for 70% of UD GDP but only 60% in India. Per capita income in India is slightly greater than $1200 per year with estimates that it will grow to $4200 by 2020. The combination of increasing as a percentage of GDP and income growth would be a powerful long term catalyst in INCO's favor but there are a lot of variables between here and a more prosperous Indian consumer. Follow@randomroger This article is commentary by an independent contributor, separate from TheStreet's regular news coverage.