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InfraCap MLP ETF (AMZA)

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25.42+0.30 (+1.19%)
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25.45 +0.03 (+0.12%)
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  • T
    Todd
    They have a record of declining dividends, if they keep the .22 for several years that would be a positive, this fund appears to be stabilizing which is ok as long as they maintain the dividend. Maybe a special dividend at the end of this year like Mplx did ...
  • J
    Jim
    Looking at a three month chart, AMZA could be in a downward trend. Today's low is a good time to average down! I'm holding and averaging down for spring/driving season lol
  • K
    Karl
    I wonder when they will announce this month's dividend?
  • J
    John
    AMZA announced distribution of $0.22 on 11/22/2021

    AMZA announced distribution of $0.22 on 11/22/2021

    Announce Date11/22/2021
    Record Date11/23/2021
    Pay Date11/30/2021
  • O
    OT
    MPLX dividend increased from $0.688 to $1.28.
    $1.28 distribution reflects above 17% annual return.
    Consider the fact MPLX is the biggest position of AMZA portfolio, it will be very interesting to see what will happen.
    In my opinion, we are going to see the price above $35 soon.
  • J
    John
    oversold, NAV is $26.10 stock at 24.74
  • J
    John
    Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on Friday laughed at a question about boosting America's domestic oil production, calling it "hilarious."

    Bloomberg host Tom Keene noted America's rising gas prices and asked the energy secretary, "What is the Granholm plan to increase oil production in America?"

    Granholm immediately began laughing. "That is hilarious," she said. Would that I had the magic wand on this."

    so oil going to hit $100, and gasoline to $5? maybe AMZA will hit $50/share?
  • d
    dave
    according to etrade the dividend announced at .22. nov 23 2021
  • J
    Jim
    AMZA has approximately 6% invested with PSX, which PSX will get 0.50 shares of P66 for every unit held with the MLP unwind. I wonder how this impacts AMZA...sell the shares of P66 and retain more cash?
  • J
    John
    Higher gas price in CA

    (Bloomberg) -- San Francisco gasoline prices at the pump may hit a fresh record high after two area refineries experienced mechanical disruptions following historic downpours.
    Physical gasoline prices jumped 12.5 cents Monday to the strongest premium over Nymex gasoline futures since mid-August. Retail prices in the city were averaging $4.727 a gallon Monday, just a penny short of their record high set in 2012, according to AAA data. Prices at the pump typically trail movements in the physical market.
  • l
    lo roller
    What caused amaz to fall near 1.00?
  • S
    STARWOOD
    Someone is trying to hold this under 30? It should be 35 bucks now.
  • J
    John
    Natural-gas prices are skyrocketing globally, flummoxing policy makers. As parts of the world emerge from the pandemic, energy demand is up and supply down after the cold winter of 2020, worsening temperature extremes, severe drought in South America, and other shortages caused by geopolitical tensions. Here in the U.S.,natural gas prices are up about 100% from a year ago. In the U.K., they’re up about 500%.

    Normally, a spike in prices induces energy companies to increase production, but not this time. Energy prices fell by as much as 70% early in the pandemic. According to a New York Times report, energy executives are not willing to increase production because they are still experiencing the trauma from the crash, and Wall Street is hesitant to fund exploration because of new pressures to meet climate and ESG (environmental, social, governance) goals.

    https://www.barrons.com/articles/why-are-natural-gas-prices-high-because-fracking-isnt-really-profitable-51635439006?mod=read_next
    Production isn't rising to keep pace with demand, but the reasons shouldn't surprise anyone, writes energy researcher Bianca Taylor.
    Production isn't rising to keep pace with demand, but the reasons shouldn't surprise anyone, writes energy researcher Bianca Taylor.
    www.barrons.com
  • J
    Jim
    Was hoping for an increased dividend, but not surprised. I haven't seen any publications, which are usually the business day before ex-dividend date. I tried to set a limit order through my Fidelity and they notified of an ex-dividend date and 0.22 for Monday.
  • S
    STARWOOD
    Oil up today and this is down don't know why this has no traction?
  • O
    OT
    MPLX increase div distribution
  • J
    John
    (Bloomberg) -- The culprit behind the latest jump in oil prices isn’t soaring natural gas prices or even OPEC+’s limits on output but rather what is happening at America’s largest oil storage hub in Oklahoma.

    Traders are fretting that stockpiles in Cushing will fall as low as they physically can. It has sent gauges of market health known as timespreads soaring to their most bullish levels in years, a move that is now spilling over to the global Brent benchmark.

    Cushing is the delivery point for U.S. crude futures and one of the largest storage hubs in the world. Supply and demand balances there drive daily oil trading worth hundreds of millions of dollars. The higher the cost of oil for prompt delivery relative to later-dated contracts reflects just how short supply is relative to demand.
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    Chicken
    When oil hits 100, what effect will it have on AMZA's holdings?
  • J
    John
    Korean AI software bet big on Energy

    AI-driven investor Qraft saw its robot trader reflect the pressure on Facebook shares and the impact of soaring oil prices on energy stocks as it made adjustments to two of its exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Qraft, a South Korean fintech, has more than $61 million in assets across four different ETFs.

    Its Large Cap Momentum ETF (ticker: AMOM) exited its position in Facebook (FB)—previously the fund’s second-largest holding, at 7.5% portfolio weight—at the beginning of October. And Qraft’s Next Value ETF (NVQ) took major stakes in Exxon Mobil (XOM), Chevron (CVX), and
    (COP), which now make up 24% of the fund’s holdings.
  • J
    John
    NEW YORK (Reuters) -Crude oil tanks at the Cushing, Oklahoma storage and delivery hub for U.S. crude futures are more depleted than they have been in the last three years, and prices of further dated oil contracts suggest they will stay lower for months.

    U.S. demand for crude among refiners making gasoline and diesel has surged as the economy has recovered from the worst of the pandemic. Demand across the globe means other countries have looked to the United States for crude barrels, also boosting draws out of Cushing.

    The oil hub is the largest, and for decades was the most significant storage facility for U.S. barrels. That has changed in recent years, as activity has shifted to the U.S. Gulf now that the United States exports roughly 3 million barrels of crude every day.