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ALPS | Alerian Energy Infrastructure Portfolio
AMLP - Alerian MLP ETF
Fund Stats as of 03/22/2019
Symbol ENFR
Listing Exchange NYSE Arca
CUSIP 00162Q 676
ISIN US00162Q6769
Inception Date 10/31/2013
Dividends Paid Quarterly
Fund Type Exchange Traded Fund
Market Price $21.75
Last Trade Price $21.72
NAV $21.75
NAV Change $-0.34
Total Net Assets $65,242,504
Total Market Value $65,182,574
Premium/Discount(%) 0.00%
Difference ($) $0.00
Volume 5,217
Shares Outstanding 3,000,000
Expenses as of 03/31/2018
Management Fee0.65%
Other Expenses0.00%
Total Operating Expenses0.65%
Yield Data as of 01/31/2019
30 Day SEC5.48%
30 Day SEC Unsubsidized5.48%
Fund Resources
Quarterly Fact Sheet 
Statement of Additional Information 
Statutory Prospectus 
Summary Prospectus 
Why Consider Energy Infrastructure in 2019? 
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The Fund seeks investment results that correspond (before fees and expenses) generally to the price and yield performance of its underlying index, the Alerian Midstream Energy Select Index (AMEI) (the "Index").


The Alerian Energy Infrastructure ETF (NYSE: ENFR) delivers exposure to the Alerian Midstream Energy Select Index (CME: AMEI), a composite of North American energy infrastructure companies.

Investing in North American Energy Infrastructure

The energy renaissance in North America began with new technologies unlocking vast reserves of oil and natural gas. Energy infrastructure companies will build the real assets to connect growing production of oil and natural gas to domestic demand centers and to the coasts for exports. Energy infrastructure will play an important role as the United States becomes the world’s swing producer of hydrocarbons and a potential net energy exporter by 2022.

  • Real assets such as pipelines, storage tanks, and processing plants provide inflation protection
  • Volume-driven businesses benefit from the growth in North American oil and natural gas production
  • Billions of investment dollars are required for infrastructure to keep pace with the growth in North American oil and natural gas production

Potential Benefits

  • Income Potential - Historically, midstream companies have paid out the majority of their cash flow as dividends and distributions
  • Diversification - Low correlation to equities and bonds
  • Growth - Total return potential without fund-level corporate taxes

Diversification does not eliminate the risk of experiencing investment losses.

Energy Infrastructure Overview

Pipelines, Storage Tanks, and Processing Plants

Energy Value Chain