Why the equal-weight S&P ETF is beating its market-weighted counterpart in 2021

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    John Hoffman, Invesco’s head of ETFs and indexed strategies for the Americas, and Douglas Yones, head of exchange-traded products at the New York Stock Exchange, discuss the return of indexing with CNBC’s Bob Pisani.

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