Janus Global Technology Fund (JAGTX)

Data as of 3/31/2014 unless otherwise noted

Fund Overview

Global technology equities
  • Global approach to companies that are creating and benefiting from advances in technology
  • Fundamental research focused on understanding the customer and product perspective
  • Disciplined valuation analysis and diversified across industries, geographies and market capitalization


Inception: Dec 31, 1998
1 Year
3 Year
5 Year
10 Year
Since Fund Inception
Class T Shares
26.22% 12.24% 23.55% 9.02% 6.50%
S&P 500® Index 21.86% 14.66% 21.16% 7.42% 4.72%
MSCI World Information Technology Index 24.99% 12.25% 19.31% 6.25% 2.14%

Returns quoted are past performance and do not guarantee future results; current performance may be lower or higher. Investment returns and principal value will vary; there may be a gain or loss when shares are sold.

Returns greater than one year are annualized.

Morningstar Style Box™ (As of 3/31/2014)

Equity Style

Large Growth

Portfolio Analysis

Top Holdings

% of Fund

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Apple, Inc. 10.89%
Google, Inc. - Class A 9.50%
Microsoft Corp. 3.78%
ARM Holdings PLC 3.21%
QUALCOMM, Inc. 3.17%
TE Connectivity, Ltd. (U.S. Shares) 3.02%
Amphenol Corp. - Class A 2.85%
National Instruments Corp. 2.70%
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 2.37%
MasterCard, Inc. - Class A 2.33%
TOTAL 43.82%

Asset Allocation

% of Fund
Asset Allocation Chart
US Common Stock 79.56%
Non-US Common Stock 20.28%
Short Equity Derivatives -0.04%
Short Non-US Common Stock -0.18%
Short US Common Stock -0.53%
Cash & Equivalents 0.26%
Restricted Cash 0.65%
Total 100.00%

Sector Allocation

% of Fund
Information Technology
Consumer Discretionary
Health Care
Telecommunication Services
Consumer Staples
Cash & Equivalents
Restricted Cash
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Brinton Johns | Brad Slingerlend

Brinton Johns

Joined Janus 2000
Tenure on fund: Since 2014

“As technology pushes further outside the borders of “traditional”, the team’s research allows us to deeply understand ecosystems and identify powerful multi-year change.”

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Brad Slingerlend

Joined Janus 1998
Tenure on fund: Since 2011

"Because the pace of change in technology is high and rising, we focus on both established and emerging companies built to adapt and evolve around inevitable disruptions."

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Overall Morningstar Rating™ (As of 3/31/2014)

3 of 5 stars

of 195

Technology Funds

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Ratings are based on risk-adjusted returns. The Overall Morningstar Rating™ for a fund is derived from a weighted average of the performance figures associated with its three-, five- and ten-year (if applicable) Morningstar Rating™ metrics.

As of 3/31/2014

Fund Facts 

CUSIP 471023663
Inception 12/31/1998
Total Net Assets (as of 03/31/2014) $ 1.0B
Total Number of Equity Issues 96
Total Number of Debt Issues 0
Weighted Average Market Capitalization ($ billion) $ 130.19
Portfolio Turnover Rate 46.89%
Annual Expense Ratios (as of fiscal year-end 09/30/2013)
Gross 0.97%
Net 0.97%
Alpha (3-Year-Fund) -0.06
Beta (3-Year-Fund) 1.02
R-Squared (3-Year-Fund) 89.73%
Sharpe Ratio (3-Year - Fund) .81
Sharpe Ratio (3-Year - S&P 500® Index) 1.17
Standard Deviation (3-Year - Fund) 15.08
Standard Deviation (3-Year - S&P 500® Index) 12.47

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