For Financial Professionals in the US

Jeremiah Buckley, CFA

Portfolio Manager

Jeremiah Buckley is a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors responsible for co-managing the US Growth & Income and Balanced strategies. He also serves as Assistant Portfolio Manager on the US Opportunistic Growth strategy. Mr. Buckley 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.

Mr. Buckley 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. Mr. Buckley holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and has 22 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

Fundamentals Before Politics: The Outlook for Stocks and Bonds through the Election
Quick Views Elections Volatility

Fundamentals Before Politics: The Outlook for Stocks and Bonds through the Election

Long-term market factors may prove to be more important for investors than short-term election uncertainty.

Investment Themes for the Economic Recovery
Quick Views Coronavirus Volatility

Investment Themes for the Economic Recovery

The rapid adoption of cloud computing and e-commerce are just some of the investment themes we see emerging as the economy moves toward recovery.

What Will It Take to Sustain the Budding Market Recovery?
Quick Views Coronavirus

What Will It Take to Sustain the Budding Market Recovery?

The elements that have fueled the market recovery and the factors that can help to sustain it.

Accelerating and emerging trends within U.S. equities

Accelerating and emerging trends within U.S. equities

Portfolio Managers Marc Pinto and Jeremiah Buckley discuss accelerating and emerging secular themes amid the COVID-19 crisis and which companies stand to benefit.

Accelerating and emerging secular trends within U.S. equities

Portfolio Managers Marc Pinto and Jeremiah Buckley discuss accelerating and emerging secular themes amid the COVID-19 crisis and which companies stand to benefit.

How the Crisis Could Solidify Long-Term Investment Themes

How the Crisis Could Solidify Long-Term Investment Themes

Behavioral changes precipitated by the pandemic could help certain companies and sectors emerge from the crisis in a position of relative strength.

Reassessing the Outlook for Global Growth

Reassessing the Outlook for Global Growth

Although the coronavirus could slow global GDP growth in the near term and drive market volatility, we see reason to be optimistic about a rebound in 2021.

Room to Grow? The Outlook for Equities Late in the Cycle

Room to Grow? The Outlook for Equities Late in the Cycle

Portfolio Managers Marc Pinto and Jeremiah Buckley discuss equity opportunities in the late stages of the current economic cycle.

Market GPS: Consumer Spending and Low Rates Favor Stocks in 2020

Market GPS: Consumer Spending and Low Rates Favor Stocks in 2020

A healthy consumer and low bond yields – two trends that dominated 2019 – look set to continue in 2020, creating a favorable backdrop for equities.

The Next Phase of Tech Disruption

The Next Phase of Tech Disruption

Portfolio Managers Doug Rao and Jeremiah Buckley discuss what the next phase of technology disruption may look like and the investment implications going forward.

Scarcity of Reliable Growth Demands Greater Focus on Quality in Equities
Quick Views China Interest Rates

Scarcity of Reliable Growth Demands Greater Focus on Quality in Equities

Jeremiah Buckley discusses how shifts in central bank policy and slowing global growth have altered the equity investing landscape.

The Race to Digital: Leaders Pull Ahead, Laggards Fall Behind

The Race to Digital: Leaders Pull Ahead, Laggards Fall Behind

Companies across all industries are working to transition to a digital economy – some with more success than others.