INTECH U.S. Core Fund (JRMSX)

Large-Cap Core Equities With Style Consistency

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FUND FACTS (JRMSX)

Inception Date2/28/2003
NAV (As of 12/8/16)$19.05
Total Net Assets (As of 10/31/16)$582.35M
Annual Expense Ratio
(As of fiscal year end 6/30/16)
GROSS 0.87%
NET 0.87%

Performance (As of 9/30/16)
1 Year12.55%
3 Year10.62%
5 Year16.19%
10 Year7.27%
Morningstar (As of 11/30/16)
CategoryLarge Growth
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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. For the most recent month-end performance click here.

Returns greater than one year are annualized.

Net expense ratios reflect the expense waiver, if any, Janus Capital has contractually agreed to through 11/1/17.

Client Commitment

The Fund seeks to provide both excess returns and dependable exposure to the U.S. large-cap asset class through dynamic stock-level portfolio rebalancing and a focus on stocks with high relative price movements and low correlations. This mathematical investment process is disciplined, repeatable and results in portfolios that are diversified and style-consistent.

Why Invest in the Fund

BROAD EXPOSURE TO U.S. LARGE CAPS

The Fund seeks to provide both excess returns and dependable exposure to the U.S. large-cap asset class. INTECH utilizes a unique combination of dynamic stock-level rebalancing, portfolio-level risk management and a focus on stocks with high relative price movements and low correlations.

25+ YEARS OF DISCIPLINED INVESTING

Our mathematical investment process is disciplined, repeatable and provides style-consistent portfolios. INTECH is one of the largest institutional quantitative equity managers in the world.

CORE HOLDING

The Fund seeks net-of-fee total returns above the respective benchmark without concentration or high beta risks. Since the process is different from traditional fundamental or quantitative strategies, excess returns tend to be less correlated, which may provide additional diversification in an overall portfolio.

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