For Individual Investors in the US
Abandon Your Doubts
Not Your Goals
Uncertainty can cause investors to question their investment strategy. But with the right perspective, it's possible to look past today's uncertainty and stay focused on long-term objectives.
Quarterly insight from our equity teams to help clients navigate the markets and opportunities ahead.
Janus Henderson Corporate Debt Index
The Corporate Debt Index is the first edition in a long-term study into trends in company indebtedness around the world, the investment opportunities this provides and the risks it presents.
Fixed Income Perspectives
Quarterly insight from our fixed income teams to help clients navigate the risks and opportunities ahead.
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The options market signals that riskier assets may find a supportive environment in an era of split government and policy moderation.
Always looking out for surprises, options markets are giving President Trump better odds than what are currently reflected in consensus polling data.
U.S. stocks have climbed in recent weeks on optimism that the U.S. election will have a clear outcome on (or shortly after) Nov. 3.
Central bank policy is likely to continue to have the biggest influence over fixed income markets, regardless of who wins the U.S. election.
The options market is signaling a tight U.S. presidential race, with volatility likely to increase around Election Day.
U.S. equities Portfolio Manager Nick Schommer discusses the importance of durable, competitively advantaged business models amid a disrupted economic environment.
Director of Research Matt Peron says that while the 2020 U.S. presidential race could create volatility for stocks, such pullbacks are often based on fear, not long-term fundamentals.
Long-term market factors may prove to be more important for investors than short-term election uncertainty.
A look at the future of the ACA following the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and what it means for health care stocks.
With uncertainty hanging over the U.S. election, it may be prudent for bond investors to stay diversified and keep risk levels in check.
Looking at the returns of the S&P 500® Index during past U.S. presidential election periods and what could happen in 2020.
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.