by Ian Cooper

Over the last few days, President Biden unveiled about $5 billion in infrastructure projects.

According to CBS News, that includes “37 major infrastructure projects throughout the country across at least 12 states, with much of the funding going toward repairing and building new bridges.” It will also help fund highways, ports, and airports.

That being said, investors may want to look at infrastructure funds, such as:

iShares U.S. Infrastructure ETF (IFRA)

If you want to diversify at a low cost, there’s theiShares U.S. Infrastructure ETF (IFRA). For one, it’s technically oversold, and starting to pivot from its recent lows. Two, with a low expense ratio of 0.30%, the ETF offers exposure to companies such as US Steel, Century Aluminum, NRG Energy, CSX Corp., Olympic Steel, Enbridge, and Kinder Morgan to name a few of its 154 holdings. Better, you can own a piece of all 154 with an ETF that trades at less than $40 a share.

SPDR S&P Global Infrastructure ETF (GII)

There’s also the SPDR S&P Global Infrastructure ETF (GII) – which provides exposure to the 75 largest infrastructure-related stocks based on float-adjusted market cap and liquidity, as noted by With an expense ratio of 0.40%, the ETF holds infrastructure stocks such as Duke Energy, Enbridge, NextEra Energy, Southern Company, and Transurban Group.

US Infrastructure Development ETF (PAVE)

With an expense ratio of 0.47%, the US Infrastructure Development ETF (PAVE) invests in companies that stand to benefit from a potential increase in infrastructure activity in the United States, including those involved in the production of raw materials, heavy equipment, engineering, and construction, as noted by

Some of its top holdings include United Rentals, Eaton Corp., Trane Technologies, Union Pacific Corp., CSX Corp., and Martin Marietta Materials.

Just something to think about if you’re looking for opportunity…