JPMorgan U.S. Value Factor ETF company info

What does JPMorgan U.S. Value Factor ETF do?
JPMorgan U.S. Value Factor ETF (NYSEARCA:JVAL) focuses on identifying and investing in undervalued U.S. stocks that show potential for appreciation based on value factors. This Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) employs a factor-based investing strategy, aiming to provide exposure to U.S. companies that are believed to be undervalued by the market, considering metrics like price-to-earnings ratios, cash flow, or book value. The objective of JVAL is to offer investors long-term capital growth by meticulously selecting stocks that, according to its analysis, represent true value with the potential for enhanced returns. It serves as a vehicle for investors looking to tap into the value segment of the U.S. stock market, appealing to both individual and institutional investors who seek to diversify their investment portfolios through factor investing.
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Company Snapshot

Is JPMorgan U.S. Value Factor ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does JPMorgan U.S. Value Factor ETF employ?

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Employees
5,327

What sector is JPMorgan U.S. Value Factor ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for JPMorgan U.S. Value Factor ETF?

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Head Office
New York, United States

What year was JPMorgan U.S. Value Factor ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2017
What does JPMorgan U.S. Value Factor ETF specialise in?
/Investment Management /ETF Trading /Asset Allocation /Financial Planning /Risk Management /Portfolio Diversification

What are the products and/or services of JPMorgan U.S. Value Factor ETF?

Overview of JPMorgan U.S. Value Factor ETF offerings
Investment in value stocks focusing on companies with strong fundamentals and low prices relative to their intrinsic value.
Portfolio diversification strategy that spreads investment across various sectors to mitigate risk.
Active management approach to monitor and adjust holdings to optimize performance.
Dividend income strategy, targeting stocks that are likely to offer sustainable payouts.
Use of quantitative analysis to identify undervalued stocks with potential for appreciation.
Risk management techniques to minimize volatility and protect against market downturns.