If you’ve been keeping up with Sovereign Investor Daily these past few months, then you know the U.S. stock market’s in rocky territory.

Recently the yield curve inverted, meaning that investors earned more from 3-month Treasury notes than from 10-year Treasury bills.

Renowned economist Ted Bauman noted: “Inverted yield curves have preceded the last seven U.S. recessions.”

And Chartered Market Technician Michael Carr thinks a recession is imminent. He points out: “Stocks peaked in October. The peak usually occurs about six months before the recession begins. That points to an April start date.”

This puts American investors in a tough spot. Fortunately, there are multiple alternatives to U.S. stocks.

The one I want to focus on today is a country with a whopping 7.2% annual gross domestic product growth, compared to mere 2.6% growth in the U.S. That makes it the fastest-growing economy on the planet.

The country I’m talking about is India, a land of opportunity with 1.4 billion people.

India is rife with expansion everywhere you look. From airports to highways to housing to e-commerce — everything is booming. And India’s middle class is growing like crazy.

Total Wealth Insider Editor Jeff L. Yastine has found the perfect way to profit from this massive growth.

It’s an undervalued Indian company listed on the New York Stock Exchange that’s set to double over the next 18 months.

Jeff goes into great detail about this company in the April edition of his newsletter. I highly suggest you read it!

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Jay Goldberg

Assistant Managing Editor, Banyan Hill Publishing