J. P. Morgan Funds makes distributions on a monthly basis for bond and money market funds, according to the company's website. Dividend and capital gains distributions depend on the stock. J.P. Morgan supplies a quarterly schedule as a tool investors can use to estimate distributions of capital gains and dividends.
J.P. Morgan Funds distributes capital gains, interest or dividends earned by a fund's holdings at least on an annual basis. Investors cannot use past distributions as a way to predict future trends of distributions. Companies share profits with stockholders through dividends and determine the date of distribution. Although many firms offering dividends typically distribute these profits quarterly, J.P. Morgan does not guarantee dividends.