John Hancock Multifactor Energy
ALTAR
Score™
3.4% info Recommen-
dation
AVOID
2019E    2020E
P/E
ratio
19.4x P/Sales
ratio
1.0x
P/BV
ratio
1.3x Div.
yield
3.5%


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The John Hancock Multifactor Energy ETF tracks an index of large- and midcap US equities from the energy sector. The index selects stocks by market caps and weights them by multiple factors: size, value, profitability and momentum.

FUND BASICS
Category US Equities
Fund Sponsor John Hancock
Website etf.jhinvestments.com
Inception date Mar 28, 2016
Assets (mns) $20
Currency USD
Expense ratio 40 bp
Distributions Semi-Annually

FUND STRUCTURE
Regulation Open-End Investment Company
Custodian
Weighting Multi-Factor
Index replication
Uses derivatives No
Options available No

SECTOR BREAKDOWN

 


CONSTITUENT BREAKDOWN
No. of constituents 37
Wgt avg mkt cap (mns) $51,566
Large cap (>$10bn) 71.4%
Mid cap ($2-10bn) 27.8%
Small cap (<$2bn) 0.7%
Developed mkts 100.0%
Emerging mkts 0.0%

TOP TEN HOLDINGS
CONOCOPHILLIPS 6.4 %
MARATHON PETROLEUM 5.9 %
CHEVRON CORP 5.9 %
EXXON MOBIL CORP 5.8 %
ONEOK INC 5.7 %
VALERO ENERGY CORP 4.8 %
PIONEER NATURAL RESOURCES CO 4.5 %
PHILLIPS 66 4.4 %
EOG RESOURCES INC 4.0 %
SCHLUMBERGER LTD 3.9 %
Total 51.3 %

TOP COUNTRY EXPOSURE
UNITED STATES 98.5 %
BRITAIN 1.6 %









HISTORICAL PERFORMANCE info

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Standardized Annual Returns (thru October 31)
Year-to-date 1 year 5 years 10 years Since Incep.
-0.7% -19.5% -- -- -0.7%

Market Correlations
versus... Beta R-squared
S&P500 1.43 54%
MSCI EAFE 1.37 42%
MSCI Emg. Mkts. 0.75 21%

Technical Indicators
Recent close $22.81
30d moving avg. $22.89
Annualized volatility 23.6%
Short interest (ETF) 0.0%
Relative strength (RSI) 56

Liquidity measures
Avg. volume (thou.) 2
Turnover 0.2%
Bid/Ask (% of price) 0.18%
ADV underlying (mns) $6,304

Distributions


FINDING ALTERNATIVE FUNDS

Below is a list of 20 potential alternatives to the John Hancock Multifactor Energy ETF based on the alternatives' overlap in portfolio holdings with JHME. Consider funds with lower expense ratios and/or higher ALTAR Score™ ratings as possible alternatives.

Benchmark ticker: JHME Expense: 40 bp ALTAR Score™: 3.4%


ALTERNATIVE ETFs BASED ON OVERLAP WITH JHME
Ticker Fund
Name
Overlap1
vs JHME
(%)
Expense
ratio
(bp)
Savings
vs JHME
(bp)
ALTAR
Score™
(%)
ALTAR
vs JHME
(%)
RYE Invesco S&P Equal Weight Energy ETF 79.5 40 0 3.6 +0.2
XLE Energy Select Sector SPDR 66.1 13 27 4.5 +1.1
IYE iShares DJ US Energy Sector 64.4 42 -2 4.1 +0.6
FTXN First Trust Nasdaq Oil & Gas 63.7 60 -20 2.7 -0.7
FENY Fidelity MSCI Energy 63.1 8 32 4.1 +0.7
XLEY Cushing Energy & MLP 63.1 65 -25 3.8 +0.3
VDE Vanguard Energy ETF 62.2 10 30 4.0 +0.5
FXN First Trust Energy Alphadex 58.0 63 -23 4.7 +1.2
IEO iShares U.S. Oil & Gas Exploration & Production 57.6 42 -2 3.3 -0.1
IGE iShares North American Natural Resources 51.9 46 -6 4.1 +0.6
PXI Invesco Dynamic Energy Sector 46.0 60 -20 -0.7 -4.1
XOP SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration 46.0 35 5 3.8 +0.3
FRAK VanEck Vectors Unconventional Oil & Gas 42.4 54 -14 1.7 -1.7
PXE Invesco Dynamic Energy Exploration & Production 39.2 63 -23 1.3 -2.2
IXC iShares S&P Global Energy Sector 38.9 46 -6 5.2 +1.8
XLSY Cushing Energy Supply Chain & MLP 35.9 65 -25 5.7 +2.2
FILL iShares MSCI Global Energy Producers 28.8 39 1 5.7 +2.2
NANR SPDR S&P N. American Nat. Resources 28.6 35 5 4.2 +0.7
HDV iShares High Dividend 18.1 8 32 6.7 +3.2
EQRR ProShares Equities for Rising Rates 17.9 35 5 8.2 +4.8

1Overlap is the percentage of holdings by weight that are identical. For example, if Fund A has a 2% position in Apple, Inc. (AAPL) and Fund B has a 5% position, their overlapping position in AAPL is 2%.

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RESULTS & ESTIMATES

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Return on equity

Revision activity*
*Six months ago = 100

Net margins

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VALUATION METRICS
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Historical valuation trends

Forward
multiple:
John Hancock Multifactor Energy
Relative
to:
S&P500 MSCI EAFE MSCI Emg. Mkts. Other ETF:

AVOID

Not worthwhile for most investors. A rating of AVOID is assigned to ETFs with ALTAR Scores in the lowest quintile (the bottom 20%) of their category. Often, funds in this category consist of stocks with little if any history or expectation of profitability, and as a result our fundamentally-driven analysis may not be relevant.

ALTAR Score™


Calculation of ALTAR Score™
Avg. Return on Equity 4.6 %
Divided by: Fwd. P/BV 1.2 x
Less: Expense ratio 40 bp
Equals: ALTAR Score 3.4 %
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MODERN PORTFOLIO THEORY info

CONSENSUS RECOMMENDATIONS: FUND CONSTITUENTS
COMPOSITE
RATING
1.40 CATEGORY
AVERAGE
1.55
 
The composite rating is a weighted average of analysts' consensus recommendations for individual ETF constituents, based on the following scale:

BUY = 1; OVERWEIGHT = 1.5, HOLD = 2; UNDERWEIGHT = 2.5; and SELL = 3.

Readers are cautioned that because analyst ratings tend to be inflated, the composite score may be more useful as a relative measure of sentiment between funds rather than as a stand-alone recommendation.
 

 

See RATING tab for calculation of ALTAR Score™
Risk & reward. Uses std. dev. as proxy for risk, ALTAR Score™ for return forecast.
Dividends paid by constituents to the fund. May differ from actual distributions to shareholders due to constituent changes, timing issues or other factors.
Monthly returns based on changes in price plus dividends. May differ from daily returns reported by funds. See below for standardized returns.