Jeremiah Buckley, CFA
Jeremiah Buckley is a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors responsible for co-managing the US Growth & Income and Balanced strategies. Jeremiah joined Janus in 1998 as a research analyst covering the consumer, industrials, financials, media, software, and telecommunications sectors. He was Janus’ consumer sector lead for 10 years before transitioning to full-time portfolio management.
Jeremiah earned his bachelor of arts degree in economics from Dartmouth College, graduating Phi Beta Kappa. While there, he received the Class of ’39 scholarship for academic and athletic achievement and the Class of ’48 male scholar-athlete of the year award. He was also selected for the 1998 Academic All-Ivy Hockey Team and served as the men’s hockey captain from 1997 to 1998. Jeremiah holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and has 25 years of financial industry experience.
Market GPS 2023: Finding the silver lining
Investors will continue to grapple with market shocks in 2023, but it’s time to focus on the silver lining. In our Market GPS webcast, Janus Henderson’s asset class experts will share their perspectives on the economic outlook and discuss the risks and opportunities facing investors in the year ahead.
Progress for US equities hinges on company execution
Jeremiah Buckley takes a look at the factors that he believes will differentiate successful businesses as we approach 2023.
US equities: Maintaining focus through a year of adjustments
What to expect after a significant reset of the US equity markets.
Global Perspectives: Silver lining for equities and bonds in a cloudy market
A turbulent year for both stocks and bonds may hold some silver linings.
An Altered Investment Backdrop for U.S. Growth Equities
Understanding what an altered investment environment means for U.S. growth equities.
Beyond the noise: just another rollercoaster
Sticking with sectors that now look entrenched in a post-pandemic world can help investors navigate the new storm of rising rates, inflation and geopolitical uncertainty.