YieldMax Lists Option Income ETF on Advanced Micro Devices

YieldMax has launched the YieldMax AMD Option Income Strategy ETF (NYSE Arca: AMDY) on the New York Stock Exchange. The fund seeks to generate monthly income via a synthetic covered call strategy on Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD).

ZEGA Financial actively manages the ETF. Additionally, AMDY does not invest directly in AMD.

As with all YieldMax ETFs, AMDY aims to deliver substantial monthly income to investors. The fund carries an expense ratio of 0.99%.

See more: “YieldMax Writes Call Options on JPMorgan Chase With JPMO ETF

A Growing Lineup of Funds

AMDY is the latest addition to the growing suite of YieldMax ETFs. The table below shows the distribution and yield information for all outstanding YieldMax ETFs.

ETF Name Reference
30-Day SEC
TSLY YieldMax TSLA Option Income Strategy ETF TSLA 49.07% 4.90%
OARK YieldMax Innovation Option Income Strategy ETF ARKK 30.55% 4.78%
APLY YieldMax AAPL Option Income Strategy ETF AAPL 14.05% 4.37%
NVDY YieldMax NVDA Option Income Strategy ETF NVDA 50.77% 3.99%
AMZY YieldMax AMZN Option Income Strategy ETF AMZN 26.08% 3.28%
FBY YieldMax META Option Income Strategy ETF META 17.44% 2.81%
GOOY YieldMax GOOGL Option Income Strategy ETF GOOGL 16.85% 2.77%
NFLY YieldMax NFLX Option Income Strategy ETF NFLX 29.29% 0.00%
CONY* YieldMax COIN Option Income Strategy ETF COIN
MSFO* YieldMax MSFT Option Income Strategy ETF MSFT
DISO* YieldMax DIS Option Income Strategy ETF DIS
XOMO* YieldMax XOM Option Income Strategy ETF XOM
JPMO* YieldMax JPM Option Income Strategy ETF JPM


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  The inception date for CONY is August 14, 2023. MSFO’s and DISO’s inception date is August 24, 2023. The inception date for XOMO is August 30, 2023. The inception date for JPMO is September 11, 2023.

1  The Distribution Rate is the annual yield an investor would receive if the most recently declared distribution, which includes option income, remained the same going forward. The Distribution Rate is calculated by multiplying such distribution by twelve (12), and dividing the resulting amount by the ETF’s most recent NAV. The Distribution Rate represents a single distribution from the ETF and does not represent its total return. Distributions may also include a combination of ordinary dividends, capital gain, and return of investor capital, which may decrease an ETF’s NAV and trading price over time. As a result, an investor may suffer significant losses to their investment. These Distribution Rates may be caused by unusually favorable market conditions and may not be sustainable. Such conditions may not continue to exist and there should be no expectation that this performance may be repeated in the future.

2  The 30-Day SEC Yield represents net investment income, which excludes option income, earned by such ETF over the 30-Day period ended August 31, 2023, expressed as an annual percentage rate based on such ETF’s share price at the end of the 30-Day period.

3  Each ETF’s strategy will cap potential gains iits reference asset’s shares increase in value, yet subjects an investor to all potential losses if the reference asset’s shares decrease in value. Such potential losses may not be offset by income received by the ETF.