Note: I'm excited to be partnering with ETF Guide to bring you their weekly web series, "ETF Battles".

ETF Guide founder, Ron DeLegge, explains that in a typical "battle", "each fund is judged against the other in key categories like cost, exposure strategy, performance and a mystery category."

Two industry experts are brought in to debate the ETFs and eventually declare a winner.

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Be sure to check out links to both ETF Guide and the judges down below! Enjoy the battle!


Are you ready to rumble? In this episode of ETF Battles, you'll watch a small cap vs. mid cap sibling rivalry between: the iShares Russell 2000 (IWM) and SPDR S&P MidCap 400 ETF (MDY). Smaller stocks have been outperforming larger stocks thus far in 2021. Which is the better play and who wins the battle?

Ron DeLegge @ETFguide​ referees the tussle with guests David Kreinces at ETF Portfolio Management and Cinthia Murphy at ETF.com judging the ETF battle.

Each fund is judged against the other in key categories like cost, exposure strategy, performance and a mystery category. Find out who wins the battle between small cap and mid cap ETFs.

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Get in touch with our judges: ETF.com (https://www.etf.com​​) and ETF Portfolio Management (http://www.etfpm.com)​.

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