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QYLD: Sell The NDX And Buy This Income Machine
The QYLD is an ideal ETF for investors who want exposure to tech stocks while willing to forego capital gains in exchange for substantial income from call option sales. Since the December 2021 NDX peak, the QYLD has generated 15% of additional income from call sale premiums, which has allowed the QYLD to outperform the NDX by over 20%.
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QYLD Is Still Outperforming The Nasdaq While Generating Double-Digit Yields
QYLD has outperformed its respective index in 2022 in addition to big tech. The main bear thesis continues to be disproven as QYLD has declined less than the Nasdaq in 2022 and its covered-call strategy hasn't created additional volatility.
STK Vs. QYLD: Why I Like QYLD's 15%+ Yield Better
The Columbia Seligman Premium Technology Growth Fund and Global X NASDAQ 100 Covered Call ETF both write call options on the NASDAQ 100 Index. QYLD showed up on our radar because its yields have surged to 15%+.
QYLD: The 15.70% Yield Is More Attractive In A High Yield Environment
As CDs and 1-year T-bills offer yields between 4% and 5%, high yielding ETFs such as QYLD are more attractive than looking for yield in equities yielding 2-3%. QYLD has paid distributions for 106 consecutive months since its inception, as its buy-write covered call methodology isn't dependent on economic cycles.
QYLD: Poor Risk Reward Bet
The QYLD ETF owns the stocks within the Nasdaq 100 Index. It generates high current income through selling ATM call options on 100% of the notional of the fund.
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What is Global X NASDAQ 100 Covered Call ETF stock symbol ?
Global X NASDAQ 100 Covered Call ETF is a US stock and trading under the symbol QYLD
What is Global X NASDAQ 100 Covered Call ETF stock quote today ?
Global X NASDAQ 100 Covered Call ETF stock price is $16.955 today.
Is Global X NASDAQ 100 Covered Call ETF stock public?
Yes, Global X NASDAQ 100 Covered Call ETF is a publicly traded company.