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Investing For The Long Term

We believe in getting invested, staying invested and investing regularly. Here's why: 

Investing shouldn't be a gamble

Short-term investing can be risky. You've probably heard the expression "buy low, sell high," but attempting to buy before the market heads upward, and selling before a downturn is a risky proposition at best.

Instead, take a long-term view. Focus less on short-term market movements and more on staying invested for the long term. That should make investing feel like less of a gamble and more of an investment.

The case for buy & hold investing

Just like all of our decisions here at Janus, research is the basis for our suggestion to buy, hold or sell. Find out why this strategy has historically rewarded investors.

Invest wisely. Repeat often.

Perseverance can be your biggest ally. Investing a fixed amount on a consistent basis may add the advantages of dollar-cost averaging to your bottom line.

Upside potential of market downturns

When there is a decline in the stock market, are you tempted to put your investments on the sidelines? History shows that a stock market drop may be the best time to stay invested.


Please consider the charges, risks, expenses and investment objectives carefully before investing. Please see a prospectus , or if available, a summary prospectus containing this and other information. Read it carefully before you invest or send money.

A Fund's performance may be affected by risks that include those associated with nondiversification, non-investment grade debt securities, high-yield/high-risk securities, undervalued or overlooked companies, investments in specific industries or countries and potential conflicts of interest. Additional risks to a Fund may also include, but are not limited to, those associated with investing in foreign securities, emerging markets, initial public offerings, real estate investment trusts (REITs), derivatives, short sales, commodity-linked investments and companies with relatively small market capitalizations. Each Fund has different risks. Please see a Janus prospectus for more information about risks, Fund holdings and other details.

A program of regular investing does not assure a profit or protect against depreciation in a declining market. Since a consistent investing program involves continuous investment in securities regardless of fluctuating prices, you should consider your financial ability to continue purchases through periods of various price levels.

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