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The Yorkville High Income MLP ETF (YMLP) pays investors a 9 percent dividend by using financial markets themselves to create income.

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Earn 9 Percent from High-Yield Fund

The Yorkville High Income MLP ETF (YMLP) pays investors a 9 percent dividend by using financial markets themselves to create income.

Earn 9 Percent from High-Yield Fund (YahooFinance)

The Yorkville High Income MLP ETF (YMLP) pays investors a 9 percent dividend by using financial markets themselves to create income. An MLP (or master limited partnership) pays investors a handsome dividend created from 90 percent of its own revenues. In YMLPâ??s case, that revenue comes from tracking the performance (before fees and expenses) of the Solactive High Yield MLP Index. Because YMLP is an exchange-traded fund (ETF), it spreads its risk across a number of investments. With YMLPâ??s 9 percent dividend, market-focus and diversity, the fund gives investors income, while limiting risk.

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Earn 9 Percent from High-Yield Fund

Earn 9 Percent from High-Yield Fund (YahooFinance)

The Yorkville High Income MLP ETF (YMLP) pays investors a 9 percent dividend by using financial markets themselves to create income. An MLP (or master limited partnership) pays investors a handsome dividend created from 90 percent of its own revenues. In YMLP’s case, that revenue comes from tracking the performance (before fees and expenses) of the Solactive High Yield MLP Index. Because YMLP is an exchange-traded fund (ETF), it spreads its risk across a number of investments. With YMLP’s 9 percent dividend, market-focus and diversity, the fund gives investors income, while limiting risk.

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