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EMLP

EMLP

First Trust North Amer Engy InfrasETF
NYSEARCA

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19.72
-0.56
-2.76%
Closed 16:00 10/28 EDT
OPEN
19.98
PREV CLOSE
20.28
HIGH
20.06
LOW
19.69
VOLUME
800.21K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
26.48
52 WEEK LOW
14.29
TOTAL ASSET
1.69B
YTD YIELD
-18.50%
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The ETF Investor's Guide To MLPs, With Alerian And ALPS (Podcast)
It has not been a good decade for MLP investors. Even with double-digit yields, total returns on the sector are at -4% annualized going back to 2010.Alerian’s Stacey Morris believes that’s all about to change as 2021 will see meaningful growth in MLP free cash flow for the first time in years.ALPS' Paul Baiocchi also joins the conversation and goes under the hood of his firm’s 2 Alerian MLP ETFs, AMLP and ENFR.The central question in all of this: After years of underperformance, are MLP ETFs finally poised for some positive mean reversion?
Seekingalpha · 6d ago
Midstream/MLPs Revamped: Income And Total Return
In contrast to the prior midstream business model that emphasized a grow-at-all-costs mentality reflected in both dividends and capital spending, midstream has been shifting to a more sustainable growth model that is not dependent on raising equity for funding.The upshot of pressured equity performance blended with resilient EBITDA estimates is significantly discounted EV/EBITDA valuations for midstream companies relative to history, creating the opportunity for capital appreciation as multiples expand.Rather than enjoying yield alone, midstream investors can benefit from total return as a result of the more balanced approach taken by midstream companies, the potential for capital appreciation, and possible shareholder-friendly returns as free cash flow generation takes hold.
Seekingalpha · 10/06 12:00
As Energy Pursues Free Cash Flow, Midstream/MLPs Stand Out
While energy companies across the sector are pounding the table on free cash flow, midstream has a distinct advantage over its counterparts when it comes to the predictability of free cash flow and the generous income on offer.In contrast with other energy sectors, midstream’s more predictable cash flows allow for a greater degree of confidence in free cash flow generation regardless of the commodity price environment.Midstream’s fee-based cash flows tend to support more predictable income for investors, whereas oil and gas producers are increasingly discussing variable or special dividends.
Seekingalpha · 10/02 12:00
First Trust North American Energy Infrastructure Fund declares $0.2168 dividend
First Trust North American Energy Infrastructure Fund (EMLP) declares $0.2168/share quarterly dividend, -22.9% decrease from prior dividend of $0.2813.Forward yield 4.6%Payable Sept. 30; for shareholders of record Sept. 25; ex-div
Seekingalpha · 09/23 22:04
Best Infrastructure ETFs for Q4 2020
The best infrastructure ETFs for Q4 2020 are NFRA, TOLZ, and IGF.
Investopedia · 09/08 15:46
MLP Insights: Q2 2020
Seeking Alpha - Article · 07/23 14:33
Framing Current Midstream/MLP Yields With Stress Tests
Seeking Alpha - Article · 07/17 12:00
Buffett Buys Pipelines: A Ringing Endorsement For Midstream
Seeking Alpha - Article · 07/07 10:00
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Ratings
Date
Period
Agency
Ratings
08/31/2020
3 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
5 Year
Morningstar
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Period
Return
Rank in Cat
1-Month
-1.4641%
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3-Month
-6.9258%
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6-Month
-14.1942%
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1-Year
-18.5030%
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3-Year
-2.8314%
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5-Year
1.3690%
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Since Inception
3.9171%
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Profile
Fund Name
First Trust North Amer Engy InfrasETF
Risk
Medium-low risk
Inception Date
2012-06-20
Benchmark
S&P Real Assets TR USD
Advisor Company
First Trust
Custodian
The Bank of New York Mellon
Manager
Murchie/Pao/Tysseland