With the launch of the Canada’s first covered call fixed income ETF[1], the Hamilton U.S. Bond YIELD MAXIMIZER™ ETF (HBND), we have been fielding lots of questions from interested advisors and investors. In our HBND FAQ video, we answer some of the most common questions, including:

  • How does HBND generate a 10%+ target yield?
  • Where does HBND fit in your portfolio?
  • How tax efficient is the income?
  • What are the risks?


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[1] Based on the universe of ETFs that trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange, as of September 14, 2023.

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