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How to invest

Invest for your future, today

It’s easy to add Janus Henderson investment trusts to your portfolio

With our range of 11 investment trusts, Janus Henderson has a variety of options to fit your needs. To buy an investment trust, you need to purchase shares via an investment platform or financial adviser.

Four steps to get started

  1. 1

    Choose your investment trust

    What you opt for will depend on your goals, risk profile and preferences. Click here to explore our range.

  2. 2

    Set up your investing account

    In order to buy shares in any company, including investment trusts, you must have an account with an investment platform, such as Hargreaves Lansdown and Interactive Investor, or a financial adviser who can make investments on your behalf. Choose from the platforms listed below.

  3. 3

    Buy shares in the investment trust

    After setting up an account with your investment platform, you should be able to navigate to the relevant investment trust’s page and ‘deal’ to buy shares. It is important to be aware of key factors that can influence investment trust purchasing, including that the trust’s shares can trade at a premium or discount and that share purchases could be subject to trading fees. Click here to find out more about investment trusts.

  4. 4

    Stay informed

    Our website makes it easy for you to keep track of events and news about your selected investment trust.

Past performance does not predict future returns. The value of an investment and the income from it may go down as well as up and you may lose the amount originally invested. Glossary terms can be viewed here.

Our investment trusts

Explore our range of 11 investment trusts, aiming for income, growth or a combination of both.

Investment trusts explained

Find out about the unique features of investment trusts and how they work.