In this episode of ETF Battles you’ll watch a contest between S&P 500 ETFs. It’s the SPDR S&P 500 Trust (SPY) vs. the Invesco S&P 500 Equal Weight ETF (RSP).
SPY vs. RSP is like the granddaddy vs. the grandpappy because SPY was the very first U.S. listed ETF, while RSP was the first equal weighted ETF ever launched. Both funds have a long-term performance history, but which one is the better choice for investors?
Ron DeLegge @ETFguide referees this S&P 500 ETF contest with guest judges Dave Nadig from ETF Trends and Eric Balchunas at Bloomberg sharing their research insights.
Each ETF is judged against the other in key categories like cost, exposure strategy, performance, and a mystery category. Find out who wins the battle!
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