The Fund seeks to provide investment results that closely correspond, before fees and expenses, to the performance of the John Hancock Dimensional Utilities Index. The Fund normally invests at least 80% of its net assets (plus any borrowings for investment purposes) in securities that compose the fund's benchmark index.
|Non Classified Equity||0.62%|
|Symbol||Company Name||% Of Assets|
|EXC||Exelon Corp ORD||6.43%|
|AEP||American Electric Power Company Inc ORD||6.06%|
|DUK||Duke Energy Corp ORD||6.04%|
|XEL||Xcel Energy Inc ORD||5.14%|
|SO||Southern Co ORD||4.80%|
|PEG||Public Service Enterprise Group Inc ORD||4.48%|
|NEE||Nextera Energy Inc ORD||4.06%|
|PPL||PPL Corp ORD||4.03%|
|ETR||Entergy Corp ORD||3.96%|
|SRE||Sempra Energy ORD||3.79%|
|Sponsor||John Hancock Investment Management|
|Name||J Hancock ETF:Mltfctr UT|
|Market Capitalization||38.49 B|
|Total Net Assets||17.70|
|Sub Asset Class||Utility Funds|
|Number Of Holdings||39|
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