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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: InfraCap MLP ETF (NYSE:AMZA) Declares Monthly Distribution 09:00 AM
AMZA News: InfraCap MLP ETF (NYSE: AMZA) Declares Monthly Distribution 03/19/2018 03:00:00 PM
AMZA News: InfraCap MLP ETF (NYSE: AMZA) Declares Monthly Dividend 02/20/2018 04:05:00 PM
AMZA News: InfraCap MLP ETF (NYSE: AMZA) Announces Changes to Distribution Policy 01/19/2018 09:00:00 AM
AMZA News: InfraCap MLP ETF (NYSE: AMZA) Declares Quarterly Dividend 01/03/2018 04:30:59 PM
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#237   Got back in at $7.05. Thanks for all tbirddan 04/19/18 10:37:04 AM
#236   Not at all surprising... jugs 04/16/18 03:32:04 PM
#235   Good day for AMZA today. madprophet 04/16/18 03:08:57 PM
#234   Be sure to share and ask on the jugs 04/12/18 06:30:21 PM
#233   EPD is solid and working toward self-funding CapEx. Uranium 04/12/18 06:27:26 PM
#232   That's a fine plan, indeed! Building positions leads jugs 04/12/18 04:09:34 PM
#231   Hey Jugs bought some AMZA today. koen2 04/12/18 03:56:41 PM
#230   Hi Jugs Toofuzzy 04/12/18 07:19:14 AM
#229   Yes, ETP does issue a K-1 Uranium 04/11/18 04:07:03 PM
#228   Sorry, I can't help with that. My tax jugs 04/11/18 01:28:33 PM
#227   Does ETP issue a K-1 ? Toofuzzy 04/11/18 01:10:22 PM
#226   Of course they're joined! ETP is a component jugs 04/11/18 11:41:30 AM
#225   You’re welcome BIG. I thought about jumping into hotel7473 04/11/18 03:56:47 AM
#224   been buying Equal amounts amza and ETP . BIGJJB 04/10/18 03:35:38 PM
#223   https://www.infracapfunds.com/radio?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI7onvr-2s2gIVz7XACh1pAApGEA hotel7473 04/09/18 06:01:31 AM
#222   Part of the problem is your local tree jugs 04/07/18 09:38:47 PM
#221   I just read an article that with all Toofuzzy 04/07/18 08:37:43 PM
#220   You’re welcome. The really nice thing is AMZA hotel7473 04/07/18 06:01:21 PM
#219   Add my name to the list! jugs 04/07/18 10:48:20 AM
#218   Thanks for sharing that article hotel7473. Sounds great! Uranium 04/07/18 09:49:55 AM
#217   This article says it all on where prices hotel7473 04/07/18 07:16:12 AM
#216   Can only hope. Toofuzzy 04/04/18 01:31:42 PM
#215   Looks like the decline has stalled for now tbirddan 04/04/18 10:35:55 AM
#214   I added 15% more shares Monday. If the Toofuzzy 04/04/18 01:13:41 AM
#213   Watch the holdings of AMZA as well. madprophet 04/03/18 04:32:30 PM
#212   And consider that AMZA leverage boosts the dividend madprophet 04/03/18 04:19:21 PM
#211   Thanks. I will watch for a change and tbirddan 03/27/18 10:22:28 AM
#210   Please understand, though, that AMZA's droppage is largely jugs 03/26/18 11:25:36 PM
#209   Thanks for your input, and basically I agree. tbirddan 03/26/18 03:54:19 PM
#208   AMZA is built upon a platform of about jugs 03/26/18 03:28:56 PM
#207   It's been going down for over two years. tbirddan 03/26/18 02:58:57 PM
#206   Market is up 400 points,..and this thing is ShotMaker 03/26/18 02:05:51 PM
#205   Thank you for that information. Very helpful in tbirddan 03/15/18 02:54:58 PM
#204   AMZA takes hit today due to regulators disallowing Toofuzzy 03/15/18 12:49:13 PM
#203   2300 at $9.25 but including div's down 8.9%. Uranium 03/08/18 07:20:36 AM
#202   I got back in CPE at 12.89 so catdaddyrt 03/07/18 05:24:24 PM
#201   Been good! Made some good coin off of Uranium 03/07/18 12:45:22 PM
#200   Luck is what I would call it I catdaddyrt 03/07/18 10:48:59 AM
#199   Hey catdaddy, your timing is great as usual Uranium 03/06/18 10:13:42 PM
#198   Getting ripe to buy catdaddyrt 03/06/18 11:45:55 AM
#197   Nistel Toofuzzy 02/21/18 09:35:33 AM
#196   The whole year is already listed in the Nistel 02/21/18 06:49:51 AM
#195   Gotcha thanks Sone 02/19/18 07:39:01 PM
#194   Zone $2.08 last year. Toofuzzy 02/19/18 03:01:58 PM
#193   What was the previous distribution percentage? Sone 02/19/18 08:31:09 AM
#192   Thanks I was wondering where in the month they Toofuzzy 02/10/18 05:53:40 PM
#191   now is monthly the_doctor 02/10/18 05:27:52 PM
#190   If they stick with the same schedule that Uranium 02/09/18 07:49:16 AM
#189   When is the next time AMZA is likely Toofuzzy 02/09/18 02:33:05 AM
#188   Anything about $8.50 or lower is a good Toofuzzy 02/06/18 04:36:38 PM
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