Janus Triton Fund (JGMAX)

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Janus Triton Fund (JGMAX) is a small growth mutual fund. This equity fund invests mainly in small and mid-cap companies.

Janus Triton A (Ticker: JGMAX)

The investment aim of Janus Triton fund is to achieve long-term capital growth. It utilizes its assets to purchase portfolio of common stocks with growth potential. It invests in equity securities of small- and medium-sized companies. The companies typically have a market capitalization of less than $10 billion. The fund may invest in foreign equity and debt securities, and in emerging markets.

Fund Profile
    Janus Triton fund
  • Fund Inception Date: July 6, 2009
  • Ticker Symbol: JGMAX
  • CUSIP: 47103C373
  • Beta (3yr): 0.99
  • Rank in category (YTD): 54%
  • Category: Small Growth
  • Distribution: 0.00%
  • Capital Gains: 0%
  • Expense Ratio: 1.01%
  • Net Assets: $ 3.16 billion
  • Number of Years Up: 2 years
  • Number of Years Down: 0 years
  • Annual Turnover Rate: 42%
Updated on 10/17/2012

The fund manager’s team consists of Chad Meade and Brian Schaub. This class A fund was first introduced to public in July 2009. It has total net assets of $3.16 billion. Its annual expense ratio is 1.01%. As of May 18, 2012, the annual holdings turnover is 42. This turnover rate figure is lower than the average ratio in Small Growth category (84.46%).

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This small growth fund is ranked with 5-stars rating by Morningstar. It also has Silver rating. The YTD return is 12.40%. The annual return is 31.32% in 2010 and 2.47% in 2011. The 3-year beta risk is 0.99. The benchmark is Russell 2500 Growth Index. This fund share price is $18.37.

The minimum initial investment requirement is $2,500 for regular brokerage. There is no minimum subsequent investment needed. You can buy this domestic stock fund from brokerages such as JP Morgan, Scottrade Load, Raymond James, Ameriprise Brokerage, Common Wealth Universe, etc.

The top 10 holdings of this Janus Triton fund as per April 30, 2012 are Dresser-Rand Group Inc (2.53%), TransDigm Group Inc (2.10%), Gen-Probe Inc (2.03%), SBA Communications Corp (2.02%), Wolverine World Wide Inc (1.92%), MSCI Inc (1.90%), HEICO Corp (1.86%), SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc (1.76%), CoStar Group Inc (1.72%) and World Fuel Services Corp (1.68%). The top sectors are Consumer, Non-cyclical (29.76%), Industrial (19.12%) and Consumer, Cyclical (18.22%).

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According to the fund prospectus, the investment risks are Market Risk, Small- and Mid-Sized Companies Risk, Growth Securities Risk, Foreign Exposure Risk, Securities Lending Risk, etc.

Disclosure: No Position

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