Many technology stocks
do not distribute dividends.
Kurv Yield Premium Strategy ETFs do.

Covered call strategies have been used since the 1980s in effort to generate income by institutional and high-net-worth investors. Kurv Yield Premium Strategy ETFs aim to make smarter covered call strategies available to all.
Annual Dividend Yield
Amazon
None
Google
None
Netflix
None
Tesla
None
Apple
< 0.60%
Microsoft
< 0.80%
As of April 17, 2024
As of March 31, 2024
Ticker
Underlying
Distribution Rate
SEC Yield
Unsubsidized SEC Yield
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AMZP

13.51%
3.62%
3.46%
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AAPY

11.51%
4.97%
4.81%
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GOOP

12.20%
4.18%
4.02%
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MSFY

11.74%
3.86%
3.70%
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NFLP

17.53%
3.43%
3.27%
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TSLP

30.80%
6.93%
6.77%
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How it works?

Covered call strategies:
  • Seek to generate monthly distribution by collecting option premiums through selling call options on a stock
  • As a result, they can help cushion the volatility of the underlying stock exposure
The Kurv ETFs:
  • Strike a balance between income generation and potential upside capture in rising equity markets
  • Designed to efficiently gain stock exposure, leaving enough cash to generate additional distribution from interest payment
  • May have certain tax advantages, as not all distributions may be immediately taxed, therefore they have the potential to receive favorable long-capital gain treatment

Team

Kurv Yield Premium Strategy ETFs are managed by investment professionals with an average of more than 20 years of experience, having worked at the largest firms such as PIMCO, Goldman Sachs, and JP Morgan
Howard Chan
Chief Executive Officer & Founder
Shang Chou
Head of Client Solutions
Dominique Tersin
Investment Strategist
Gery Sadzewicz
Gery Sadzewicz
Chief Compliance Officer

How to buy Kurv ETFs

Our ETFs can be purchased at most online brokerages or through U.S. stock exchanges.

Kurv Investment Management is not affiliated with these financial service firms. Their listing should not be viewed as a recommendation or endorsement. By clicking the buttons above you are leaving this website and going to a 3rd party site. Kurv Investment Management is not responsible for content on 3rd party sites.

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The Fund is a unique investment product that may not be suitable for all investors. An investor should consider investing in the Fund if it, among other reasons, fully understands the risks inherent in an investment in the Fund’s Shares. There is no guarantee that the Fund, in the future will provide the opportunity for upside participation to the price exposure of underlying. There may be limits on upside participation to the price exposure of underlying under certain market conditions. There is no guarantee that the Fund’s investment strategy will be properly implemented, and an investor may lose some or all of its investment. In addition, an investor may lose its investment even if the strategy is properly implemented.

Distribution Rate is the annual yield an investor would receive if the most recent fund distribution remained the same going forward. The distribution yield represents a single distribution from the Fund and is not a representation of the Fund's total return. The distribution yield is calculated by multiplying the most recent distribution by 12 in order to annualize it, and then dividing by the Fund's NAV.
30-day SEC Yield is based on a formula mandated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that calculates a fund's hypothetical annualized income, as a percentage of its assets. A security's income, for the purposes of this calculation, is based on the current market yield to maturity (in the case of bonds) or projected dividend yield (for stocks) of the fund's holdings over a trailing 30-day period. This hypothetical income will differ (at times, significantly) from the fund's actual experience; as a result, income distributions from the fund may be higher or lower than implied by the SEC yield.
Unsubsidized 30-Day SEC Yield represents what a fund's 30-Day SEC Yield would have been had no fee waiver or expense reimbursement been in place over the period.