JHME has a heavy tilt toward integrated oil & gas 75.5%, along with energy equipment & services 19.7%, gas utilities 1.9%, electric utilities 1.8% and electrical equipment 1.1%. Energy ETF investors may notice that John Hancock’s offering is much less top heavy than other market cap-weighted energy ETFs. Top holdings include Chevron (NYSE: CVX) 6.2%, Marathon Petroleum (NYSE: MPC) 5.9% and Exxon Mobil 5.7%.[related_stories]
JHMI’s sector weights include machinery 12.6%, aerospace & defense 11.6%, industrial conglomerates 10.2%, IT consulting & services 9.3% and commercial services & supplies 7.7%. Top holdings include General Electric (NYSE: GE) 4.7%, 3M Co. (NYSE: MMM) 2.0% and United Technologies (NYSE: UTX) 1.8%.
JHMA sector tilts include chemicals 72.5%, metals & mining 18.3%, paper & forest products 5.8%, commercial services & supplies 2.0% and machinery 1.5%. Top components include Dow Chemical (NYSE: DOW) 5.9%, Lyondellbasell Indu (NYSE: LYB) 5.9% and International Paper (NYSE: IP) 5.8%.
Lastly, JHMU sector weights include electric utilities 74.2%, multi-utilities 12.9%, gas utilities 10.1% and water utilities 2.8%. Top holdings include Consolidated Edison (NYSE: ED) 5.8%, Exelon Corp (NYSE: EXC) 5.3% and Public Service Enterprise (NYSE: EPG) 4.8%.
The five new funds each come with a 0.50% net expense ratio.