JEPQ Dividend History (Chart, Table) and Yield

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JEPQ Dividend History Chart

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JEPQ Dividend Yield and Key Stats


JEPQ Dividend History Table

The JEPQ dividend history table includes all quarterly cash dividends since the JEPQ inception date — 05/03/2022.

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Dividend History for JEPQ
Effective Date Dividend Record Date Payment Date Declaration Date
04/01/2024 0.42728 04/02/2024 04/04/2024 03/22/2024
03/01/2024 0.38037 03/04/2024 03/06/2024 02/29/2024
02/01/2024 0.34167 02/02/2024 02/06/2024 01/31/2024
12/01/2023 0.42214 12/04/2023 12/06/2023 12/30/2022
11/01/2023 0.41766 11/02/2023 11/06/2023 12/30/2022
10/02/2023 0.41719 10/03/2023 10/05/2023 12/30/2022
09/01/2023 0.45056 09/05/2023 09/07/2023 12/30/2022
08/01/2023 0.36588 08/02/2023 08/04/2023 12/30/2022
07/03/2023 0.3668 07/05/2023 07/07/2023 12/30/2022
06/01/2023 0.35656 06/02/2023 06/06/2023 05/31/2023
05/01/2023 0.48406 05/02/2023 05/04/2023 12/30/2022
04/03/2023 0.45394 04/04/2023 04/06/2023 12/30/2022
03/01/2023 0.43296 03/02/2023 03/06/2023 12/30/2022
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J.P. Morgan Nasdaq Equity Premium Income ETF (JEPQ) Description

J.P. Morgan Nasdaq Equity Premium Income ETF (JEPQ) aims to seek current dividend income while maintaining the prospects for price appreciation tied to the Nasdaq-100 Index.

The fund holds stocks in the Nasdaq-100 index and sells covered calls against the index via equity-linked notes. The ETF maintains approximately an 80/20 stock-to-ELN ratio.

The fund seeks to achieve its objective by (1) creating an actively managed portfolio of equity securities comprised significantly of those included in the fund’s primary benchmark, the Nasdaq-100 Index® (the Benchmark), and (2) through equity-linked notes (ELNs), selling call options with exposure to the Benchmark. It is non-diversified.

Visit the J.P. Morgan website for the latest authoritative information about the ETF.

JEPQ Dividend – Conclusion

J.P. Morgan logo. Use this resource to review the J.P. Morgan Nasdaq Equity Premium Income ETF JEPQ dividend history and JEPQ dividend yield.

JEPQ is a popular investment for dividend-seeking investors and retirees looking for higher yields (10%+) that total market funds, standard index funds, and dividend-focused ETFs cannot match.

The fund holds stocks in the Nasdaq-100 and sells covered calls to generate monthly dividend payments to investors. 

JEPQ is a high-risk investment because managers allocate a high percentage of capital to the top ten stocks — nearly 50%.

Therefore, we consider the JEPQ to hold significant concentration risk. Some investors may consider the risk to be tolerable for the higher yield.

Furthermore, the hybrid strategy deployed in the ETF is untested in a volatile market. Significant downside volatility could impact the JEPQ dividend yield and returns. 

Active investors who own individual stocks can supplement their research with tools such as the Sure Dividend Newsletter, which offers subscribers ten dividend growth stock picks to subscribers every month. 

Research multiple dividend ETFs before choosing in which to invest. Before investing, review the JEPQ dividend history, current JEPQ dividend yield, and JEPQ top holdings. Past payments history and ETF performance are not indicative of future results.  

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Disclosure: This article is not a recommendation to buy or sell JEPQ. The author does not own the JEPQ ETF.


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