Cohen & Steers Infrastructure Fund, Inc

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03/21/18 - 4:02 PM ET
  • Last Ratings Update:02/28/2018
  • Price as of 02/28/2018 :$21.50
  • Net Assets:$1,876.7 Million
  • NAV:$23.31
  • Premium-7.76%
  • Peer Rank:7 of 20
  • Investment Rating:C-
  • Performance:C
  • RiskC+
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We rate Cohen&Steers Infrastructure Fund at C-. Positive factors that influence this rating include a greater than above average total return and low price volatility. The fund invests approximately 77% of its assets in stocks and may be considered for investors seeking a Sector - Utilities strategy.


Total return ranks above peers over the last three years. The Cohen&Steers Infrastructure Fund has returned an annual rate of 8.99% since inception. More recently, the fund has generated a total return of 9.77% in the last five years, 7.17% in the last three years, and 8.95% in the last year. How does that compare to other equity funds? In the last five years, it has outperformed 71% of them. It has also outpaced 61% of its competitors on a three year basis and 52% of them over the last year for the period ending 2/28/2018. On a year to date basis, UTF has returned -9.63%.

Downside risk has been below average. UTF has a draw down risk of -21.74%, which is the largest price decline experienced over the last three years. This fund has a three year standard deviation of 13.5%. This fund has had moderate volatility in its monthly performance over the last 36 months. As of 2/28/2018, the fund was trading at a price of $21.50, which is 6.8% below its 52-week high of $23.06 and 2.4% above its 52-week low of $21.00.

High expense ratio hinders performance. On total assets of $1.88 billion, UTF maintains a high expense ratio compared to its Sector - Utilities peers of 2.19% to cover all operating costs. Brokerage costs for the fund to buy and sell shares are not included in the expense ratio. As UTF is a closed end fund, it has no front end or back end load.

Manager tenure and performance record are net positives. Substandard fund managers tend to be replaced, so a long tenure is usually a good sign that a fund is achieving its objectives. The Cohen&Steers Infrastructure Fund has been managed by Robert S. Becker for the last 14 years. Over that period, the manager was able to capture more actual gains in excess of the expected return than 77% of other fund managers.

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