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    Why Is the Janus Fund Having a Rough YTD 2016?

    The top two invested sectors—tech and consumer discretionary—have been beneficial to the Janus Fund – Class A (JDGAX), while the third-largest sector—healthcare—has been the biggest detractor.

    By David Ashworth
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    What You Should Know about the Janus Fund

    The Janus Fund – Class A (JDGAX) was founded in February 1970 and has an expense ratio of 0.98%. There is a minimum of $2,500 to invest in this fund via Class A shares, but there is no minimum subsequent investment.

    By David Ashworth
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