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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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#146   High Yield Investing: Midstream MLP Sector Offers A stockguard 11/02/17 04:26:50 PM
#145   https://seekingalpha.com/amp/article/4118647-irrational-investor-mlps-trading-un stockguard 11/01/17 08:26:10 PM
#144   I would think that they would return to r_silverstein 10/30/17 01:34:48 PM
#143   Why do you think so? Uranium 10/29/17 11:11:40 PM
#142   How long do you think the high yields r_silverstein 10/29/17 06:59:59 PM
#141   Option income should be treated as short term Toofuzzy 10/29/17 03:14:55 AM
#140   What I was referring to is options income Uranium 10/29/17 12:09:49 AM
#139   It is usually short term gain or loss Toofuzzy 10/28/17 06:22:13 PM
#138   Just been reading that distributions of options income Uranium 10/28/17 05:03:29 PM
#137   Just received this notification. InfraCap MLP ETF Uranium 10/27/17 03:21:57 PM
#136   As we transition from Fall to Winter, natural stockguard 10/27/17 12:10:06 PM
#135   It looks like AMZA has long positions in Uranium 10/27/17 11:35:33 AM
#134   I wonder what makes some of the dividend Toofuzzy 10/27/17 10:39:59 AM
#133   Also Schwab shows 0% ROC 100% Income. Been Uranium 10/27/17 09:01:36 AM
#132   This information can be found on InfraCap website Uranium 10/27/17 08:54:05 AM
#131   80.37% of the last dividend was return of TW767 10/27/17 06:58:02 AM
#130   Stockguard We will see. Toofuzzy 10/26/17 08:23:52 PM
#129   Good for you and your timing. stockguard 10/26/17 02:57:52 PM
#128   So far my timing to add to my Toofuzzy 10/26/17 12:33:51 PM
#127   https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DNEu3kdX0Ac8JFV.jpg stockguard 10/26/17 12:27:12 PM
#126   Sure looking like a could buy some here. koen2 10/26/17 08:09:00 AM
#125   Are you really asking that question? Have Reindeer830 10/26/17 02:35:35 AM
#124   Thanks for the reply. I agree things will jdjlaw 10/25/17 10:36:22 PM
#123   Added 30% more shares today at $7.95 Toofuzzy 10/25/17 05:58:02 PM
#122   I finally picked up some more today myself stockguard 10/25/17 05:11:40 PM
#121   Energy is in a funk with AMZA components jugs 10/25/17 04:42:37 PM
#120   Why the pull back? jdjlaw jdjlaw 10/25/17 04:05:45 PM
#119   Picked up another small chunk at $8.47 this Uranium 10/23/17 11:19:16 AM
#118   Good points. Looking at the stock's daily trading stockguard 10/23/17 10:50:02 AM
#117   Thanks for the link. I left this comment: Uranium 10/22/17 05:25:35 PM
#116   Bottom Fishing For A 20% Yield On Qualified Distributions stockguard 10/22/17 12:39:46 PM
#115   I`m with you on the double bottom likelihood stockguard 10/20/17 03:33:04 PM
#114   Could be a double bottom reversal in the Uranium 10/20/17 02:56:18 PM
#113   BOTTOMS IN FOLKS ;-) @THEPENNYWOLF 10/19/17 06:49:50 PM
#112   Agreed jugs, but I was really referring to Uranium 10/18/17 05:08:37 PM
#111   Looks as though we`ll need to wait through stockguard 10/18/17 04:39:52 PM
#110   It really shouldn't make all that much difference jugs 10/18/17 04:21:06 PM
#109   Yes the chart is pretty sick looking. Lots Uranium 10/18/17 03:26:49 PM
#108   This keeps going down in price! Any idea ShotMaker 10/18/17 01:06:16 PM
#107   Hmm ,could it be the energy sector , koen2 10/12/17 12:09:07 PM
#106   What sector looks to play catch up going forward? stockguard 10/12/17 07:00:43 AM
#105   Was nice to be able to fill out stockguard 10/11/17 01:37:12 PM
#104   HI Jugs Toofuzzy 10/04/17 12:59:24 PM
#103   Limited time at the moment so quick response: jugs 10/04/17 11:40:53 AM
#102   Jugs It looks like NGL took as big a Toofuzzy 10/04/17 10:18:57 AM
#101   I know. jugs 10/04/17 10:01:47 AM
#100   Jugs I don't see the one day jump you Toofuzzy 10/04/17 09:38:02 AM
#99   ALDW and NGL issue K-1 Toofuzzy 10/04/17 09:32:51 AM
#98   I'm keeping AMZA...Its one of my top 3 WallStreetRocker 10/04/17 07:52:25 AM
#97   Yes, for sure. LT income and LT capital Uranium 10/03/17 09:56:35 PM
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