Allows investors to participate in the stock market – and the growth it potentially offers – while seeking to cap downside losses at up to 20%
Provides investors wary of future market declines a way to invest that is intended to reduce the impact of significant market swings on their portfolio
Features a protection component, defined as follows: capital protection set at 80% of the highest NAV achieved by the Portfolio (reduced for dividends, distributions, extraordinary expenses or extraordinary reductions in NAV)
The protection feature is provided by the Capital Protection Provider, BNP Paribas Prime Brokerage, Inc., and is initially providing up to $500 million to protect against a decrease in the protected NAV of each share class
As of 04/24/2014
The Protected NAV is the protection feature of the Fund and is calculated at 80% of the highest previously achieved NAV per share class, reduced for dividends, distributions, extraordinary expenses, and extraordinary items. The Fund is designed so that the NAV, excluding adjustments, will not fall below the Protected NAV. If the NAV per share is less than the Protected NAV, the fund would liquidate. The amounts shown are rounded and would be different if not rounded. View the NAV and Protected NAV for Janus Aspen Preservation Series – Growth.
Since Portfolio Inception
Russell 1000® Growth Index
Preservation Series - Growth Blended Index
S&P 500® Index
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.
Net expense ratios reflect the expense waiver, if any, Janus Capital has contractually agreed to through 5/1/14, and include a Capital Protection Fee that can fluctuate between 0.60% and 0.75%.
Jonathan Coleman Joined Janus 1994 Tenure on fund: Since 2012
"We ask three questions about every stock we consider: 1) How do they create value? 2) What is our differentiated view? 3) What is the business worth under a range of scenarios? We continually believe that taking a balanced approach to portfolio construction is what suits us best."
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.
PORTFOLIO FACTS As of 03/31/2014
Total Net Assets (as of 03/31/2014)
Total Number of Equity Issues
Total Number of Debt Issues
Weighted Average Market Capitalization
Portfolio Turnover Rate
Annual Expense Ratios
Annual Expense Ratios
(as of fiscal year-end 12/31/2012)
Sharpe Ratio (3-Year-Fund)
Sharpe Ratio (3-Year - Russell 1000® Growth Index)
Standard Deviation (3-Year-Fund)
Standard Deviation (3-Year - Russell 1000® Growth Index)