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Denny Fish

Portfolio Manager | Research Analyst
Denny Fish | Janus Henderson Investors

Denny Fish is a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors responsible for managing the Global Technology and Innovation strategy, a position he has held since January 2016. He also serves as a Research Analyst and leads the firm’s Technology Sector Research Team. Prior to rejoining Janus in 2016, Denny served as a technology equity analyst and co-portfolio manager at RS Investments. From 2007 to 2014, he was an equity research analyst and co-team leader of the Janus technology research sector team. Before he was first employed by Janus in 2007, Denny was director and senior research analyst at JMP Securities covering enterprise software. Earlier in his career, he worked at Oracle Corporation as a technology sales manager.

Denny received his bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from the University of Illinois and his MBA from the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business. He has 16 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

A long-term view is the best tonic for digesting tech sector volatility

A long-term view is the best tonic for digesting tech sector volatility

Recent volatility in the technology sector may cause some investors to lose sight of the powerful forces that have propelled the sector’s earnings growth; yet technology equities portfolio manager Denny Fish argues that a long view is essential for maximising the opportunity presented by the transition to a digital global economy.

COVID and tech: what have we learned as investors?

COVID and tech: what have we learned as investors?

In this video, Denny Fish, portfolio manager for the Global Technology & Innovation Strategy, shares his thoughts on how COVID has impacted technology and the key considerations as an investor in the sector.

The regulatory and policy landscape for big tech

The regulatory and policy landscape for big tech

US-based technology equities portfolio manager Denny Fish believes that even if some large tech companies are compelled by regulators to adjust their business practices and others are impacted by a deceleration of global trade, the sector’s secular drivers remain intact and tech is likely to continue to account for a greater share of corporate earnings.