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JPMorgan Equity Premium Income ETF

JEPI - US stocks
JEPI is an actively-managed fund which seeks to generate income by investing in US stocks which have low volatility and which appear undervalued, and through investments in equity-linked notes which provide the economic exposure of the US stock market and written (sold) call options. The fund is appropriate for investors seeking long-term income. JEPI is subject to equity market risk, and risk that its security selection process underperforms the broader market. Additionally, the options exposure of the equity-linked notes provides income, but limits the upside potential of the fund relative to the US stock market, and exposes investors to counterparty risk. JEPI may be tax-inefficient, as distributions from the fund may be taxed as income, and dividends from underlying stock holdings are not considered qualified because of the offsetting options positions.
JEPI isn’t eligible for Tax-Loss Harvesting, since we can’t find a viable alternate fund.
  • Price
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  • Risk rating
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  • Expense ratio
    The percentage of fund assets used to cover operating expenses and management fees.
  • 52-week high
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  • 52-week low
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  • Dividend yield
    The average percentage of dividends paid relative to the share price over the past year.
  • Net assets
    The total value of all assets held by the fund.
  • Volume
    The average trading volume over the past 90 days.

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