Equal-weighted S&P 500 finally starts to shine

The equal-weighted version of the S&P 500 has finally started to outperform the capitalization-weighted version of the index, which is the one that everyone follows. This suggests that more stocks are driven the indexes higher, as opposed to just a few sitting at the top. This should be a good sign, and it mostly is, but it hasn't been a consistent reason to think that the equal-weighted version will keep outperforming.

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