Defiance ETFs Launches JEPY, an Innovative S&P 500 Enhanced Option Income ETF

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Defiance ETFs has introduced the Defiance S&P 500 Enhanced Option Income ETF (JEPY), an actively managed put-write ETF designed to enhance income using daily options (0DTE) and distribute it on a monthly basis. JEPY has the potential to revolutionize S&P 500 options income strategies in the ETF landscape, offering investors a fresh approach to generating income. This new addition to Defiance’s ETF portfolio complements their suite of enhanced income options ETFs, including the Nasdaq-100 (QQQY) and the S&P 500 (JEPY), showcasing their commitment to innovative financial solutions for income-seeking investors. JEPY’s key features include daily options utilization, monthly income payouts, and a focus on the widely recognized S&P 500 index.

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