TEMP JPMorgan Climate Change Solutions ETF
What is TEMP?
TEMP is actively managed and seeks to invest in companies from around the world that develop solutions to climate change and that are positioned to benefit from those changes.
TEMP Factset Analytics Insight
TEMP actively invests in a portfolio of global companies that are in the process of creating solutions to address climate change, or are implementing business practices in response to climate change. The fund’s initial universe includes companies that relate to the climate change theme, which cover sustainability in transportation, construction, food and water, energy, and waste reduction. TEMP implements a three-step process to select securities: First, a framework is applied to exclude companies involved in certain business activities or industries, such as thermal coal. Then, a proprietary system, including the use of a “ThemeBot”, ranks stocks based on a thematic exposure score, which is calculated based on the business relevance and revenues attributed to the sub-themes. Lastly, the adviser combines fundamental research and constant engagement between the fund and the company to select the stocks it believes are best positioned to achieve the investment objective.
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Factset Analytics Block Liquidity
This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of TEMP. TEMP is rated a 4 out of 5.
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