Our Chief Options Strategist, Nicolas Piquard, was recently featured in an Advisor Analyst podcast to discuss how investors can benefit from rising volatility in today’s markets by using covered call strategies to generate income. Nick also makes the case for a new and timely opportunity from bonds, with the Hamilton U.S. Bond Yield Maximizer ETF (HBND), which offers a 10% target yield.
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 An estimate of the annualized yield an investor would receive if the initial distribution remained unchanged for the next 12 months, stated as a percentage of the net asset value per unit on September 14, 2023