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Thanks to low U.S. Treasury yields since the start of the year, the master limited partnership (MLP) space has been an attractive investment spot for investors. While most traditional income asset classes produced miniscule yields, master limited partnerships (MLPs) lured investors with their higher payouts and stable cash flows.

Moreover, the space turned out to be a better choice given the equity market volatility this year (read: MLP ETFs: A Better Choice in a Market Slump?).

The popularity in the space was supported by a flurry of new product launches this year. There seems to be no slowing down of the trend, with the latest to join the bandwagon being InfraCap MLP ETF – the first pure play actively managed MLP ETF. The fund was launched on October 1st and trades under the ticker AMZA.

AMZA in Focus

The newly launched ETF looks to provide a high level of steady income and capital appreciation by providing exposure to a portfolio of high-quality, midstream energy MLPs and related general partners.

These midstream MLPs are primarily involved in the production, gathering, transportation, storage and processing of oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids and refined products.

The fund aims to generate an initial annualized yield of 8% and would require tax reporting on a single 1099 Form. This would save investors from filing complicated K-1s, which can be a hassle at tax time. Moreover, the fund might use options strategies, short selling or modest leverage to enhance returns (read: Leveraged ETF Launch: Non Energy MLP ETN Hits Market).

With this focus, Kinder Morgan Energy currently occupies the top spot in the fund with roughly 10% allocation, followed by Markwest Energy and Magellan Midstream with 7.5% and 7.2% allocation respectively.

As it is actively managed, the fund is relatively expensive charging 1.05% as annual fees.
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AMZA News: Looking Under The MLP Hood 10/28/2015 10:48:31 PM
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#56   Is this a good spot to pick up Watch30 09/21/17 03:35:15 PM
#55   Thanks for the list! Scotttrader80 08/22/17 10:47:11 PM
#54   Begining of October Scotttrader80 08/22/17 10:24:11 PM
#53   I put in a trailing stop for 30% Toofuzzy 08/21/17 02:03:13 PM
#52   July 5th. Don't know yet when in Q4 Uranium 07/12/17 03:46:39 PM
#51   When does it go x dividend. Toofuzzy 07/12/17 03:11:44 PM
#50   Yes, the July 14 dividend is also $0.52 Uranium 07/09/17 09:24:55 AM
#49   .52 was the last dividend I think. Toofuzzy 06/29/17 05:15:13 PM
#48   what does AMZA pay quarterly? .50-.55 cents??? Scotttrader80 06/29/17 01:51:23 PM
#47   Right. I thought that's what I was saying, jugs 06/27/17 11:21:47 AM
#46   Jugs If the stock goes up the yield will Toofuzzy 06/27/17 03:46:28 AM
#45   I think you should cut the anticipated distribution jugs 06/26/17 09:22:39 PM
#44   And I gained $67.20 today! Pitiful but funny. jugs 06/26/17 09:13:16 PM
#43   HI Jugs Toofuzzy 06/26/17 06:51:40 PM
#42   We're talking about roughly $20K yearly. jugs 06/26/17 04:28:12 PM
#41   Jugs If I owned 20,000 shares I could live Toofuzzy 06/26/17 03:49:33 PM
#40   I'm not worried as I know they run jugs 06/26/17 02:59:21 PM
#39   HI Jugs Toofuzzy 06/26/17 02:17:56 PM
#38   It's a smart move. The price is down jugs 06/26/17 11:34:45 AM
#37   Bought 210 shares this morning @ $9.59 Toofuzzy 06/26/17 10:31:29 AM
#36   Yahoo is showing the yield as 10.32 % Toofuzzy 06/19/17 09:36:54 PM
#35   Thanks for your insight. Things go up and ShotMaker 06/15/17 09:18:33 PM
#34   Yes, I believe I can answer your question. jugs 06/15/17 05:10:18 PM
#33   Does anyone know why the stock price is ShotMaker 06/15/17 04:31:59 PM
#32   Of course you're right in that stocks move jugs 05/30/17 09:39:23 AM
#31   HI Jugs Toofuzzy 05/29/17 11:13:03 PM
#30   All stocks must open lower following going jugs 05/29/17 07:32:33 PM
#29   Am I correct that AMZA pays quarterly? Toofuzzy 05/28/17 11:35:41 PM
#28   How much of the distribution is return of Toofuzzy 05/27/17 11:15:26 AM
#27   No thoughts about selling before it goes ex-D. jugs 05/11/17 05:15:28 PM
#26   And now you know why I'm not happy Couch 05/11/17 04:31:07 PM
#25   I'm wondering if you realize that the 19% jugs 05/11/17 03:13:10 PM
#24   Apparently I'm a potato jockey Jugs! Picked up Couch 05/11/17 02:38:18 PM
#23   While I hold AMZA, just about 700 shares jugs 05/10/17 04:23:49 PM
#22   Pulled the trigger on some ALDW today Jugs! Couch 05/10/17 04:11:15 PM
#21   Are you able to determine the specific allure? It jugs 05/09/17 09:51:27 PM
#20   AMZA - ETE - or ALDW??? Couch 05/09/17 09:01:20 PM
#19   RSI engineering will destroy your chances of capitalizing jugs 05/09/17 03:23:27 PM
#18   Thank You kindly Jugs!! I appreciate the prompt Couch 05/09/17 02:00:13 PM
#17   You probably recognize that the biggest risk here jugs 05/09/17 01:53:03 PM
#16   Appreciate the thoughts jugs! I saw this bc Couch 05/09/17 01:34:11 PM
#15   AMZA is not enriching my portfolios. Most of jugs 03/17/17 09:32:27 PM
#14   For those not very familiar with MLPs, I jugs 02/25/17 09:22:15 PM
#13   Not much to say about this other than jugs 02/25/17 09:09:21 PM
#12   Not a large position holder here so not jugs 01/24/17 02:27:22 PM
#11   I'm flat lining with 1,500 units but absolutely jugs 12/01/16 08:06:43 PM
#10   Added 500@10.67 today. I was surprised to see pete807 12/01/16 07:06:43 PM
#9   Actually I approach it a little differently. Realizing jugs 11/30/16 09:27:31 PM
#8   Been here a month... ya woulda seen 2 pete807 11/30/16 08:41:21 PM
#7   Finally got around to looking in here. I jugs 11/26/16 08:14:25 AM
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