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Are you familiar with the $JEPI-0.2% ETF?

JEPI
$55.47 -$0.11 -0.20%
Capital Structure
Market Cap
33.7B
Enterpr. Val.
0.0
Valuation
P/E
24.2
P/S
-
Dividends
Yield
-
Payout
-

Many of you have probably heard of it, but it has never been available in Europe. Now, however, comes the UCITS equivalent of this popular ETF with the ticker JEPG.


The JPMorgan Global Equity Premium Income UCITS ETF (JEPG) is available on the London and Italian stock exchanges with a total expense ratio (TER) of 0.35%.
The ETF targets a dividend yield of 7-9% per year, paid monthly. It also targets low volatility.

Will you go for it?


I know of its existence and have looked into it, but I haven't decided whether or not it's for me :)

It's hard to say. Maybe $SCHD makes more sense to me if someone wants dividends.

Doesn't look bad;)

I'm surprised I don't know...

So maybe it's just my Twitter bubble, it rode alongside SCHD there.

I can't say, but I'll check it out on purpose :)