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CCOR Vs. JEPI: Trading Income And Some Return For Much Less Risk

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CCOR Vs.  JEPI: Trading Income And Some Return For Much Less Risk


(This article was co-produced with Hoya Capital Real Estate.)


The JPMorgan Equity Premium Income ETF (NYSEARCA: YEP) is an exchange-traded fund (“ETF”) that is reviewed often by numerous Seeking Alpha contributors. Through its use of Equity-Linked-Notes, it provides investors withCambria Core Equity ETFSPDR S&P 500 ETF SPY

A smoother ride, especially if retired where recovery time is more limited. Gaining point #1 without giving up too much in return.

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corealtfunds.com: Core_Alternative-Brochure.pdf

Equities managed to provide competitive long-term growth with focus on flight to quality and improved financial characteristics (value/growth). Options managed to provide risk mitigation, stability, and to profit through volatility in times of uncertainty.

40-60% high-quality stocks selected via proprietary filter and research process. Sector weightings conscious of S&P 500 Index with goal of reducing beta and compounding growth over time. Focus on dividend-growth stocks to create competitive income and attractive long-term characteristics.

Options managed daily for risk migration and to profit during periods of increased volatility. Puts are actively adjusted to maintain minimum or 100% equity coverage. Repeatable and disciplined process keeps portfolio aligned within risk parameters.

Cambria Core Equity ETF

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Cambria ETF Trust

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CCOR ticker

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An equity-linked note, or ELN, is an investment product that combines a fixed-income investment with additional potential returns that are tied to the performance of equities. Equity-linked notes are designed to return the initial investment plus a variable interest linked to the equity return. Equity-linked notes protect investor capital while also getting the potential for an above-average return compared to regular bonds. In theory, the upside potential for returns in an equity-linked note is unlimited, whereas the downside risk is capped. Even in the worst-case scenario, most equity-linked notes offer full principal protection. There is a chance that the options will expire worthless, in which case the investor gets back the $1,000 initially put in. If, however, the options appreciate in value with the S&P 500, those returns are added to the $1,000 that will eventually be returned to the investor.

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JPMorgan Equity Premium Income ETF

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Equity Premium Income ETF

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equity income fund

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JEPIX ticker




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