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Doug Rao

Portfolio Manager
Doug Rao | Janus Henderson Investors

Doug Rao is a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors responsible for co-managing the Concentrated Growth and Concentrated All Cap Growth strategies since 2013. From 2005 to 2012, he held several positions while working for Marsico Capital, starting as an analyst and moving into a portfolio management role. He began managing the Marsico Flexible Capital strategy in 2007 and co-managing the Marsico Focus and the Marsico Growth strategies in 2010. Prior to his tenure at Marsico Capital, Doug was a senior analyst at Trust Company of the West from 2000 to 2005.

Doug received his bachelor of arts degree in history from the University of Virginia and his MBA from the University of California – Los Angeles. He has 24 years of financial industry experience.

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What is the market missing in growth equities?

What is the market missing in growth equities?

Growth investing in light of this year’s market volatility.

Investing in the metaverse – separating hype from reality
Analysis & Studies

Investing in the metaverse – separating hype from reality

The metaverse represents the next major evolution in computing. But where are the real wins occurring?

Maintaining focus in challenging markets
Analysis & Studies

Maintaining focus in challenging markets

In this interview, Doug Rao, US equities portfolio manager, discusses the key themes that investors should be aware of in a changing market environment.

Revisiting U.S. Growth in a Challenging Environment

Revisiting U.S. Growth in a Challenging Environment

The outlook for growth equities as market dynamics shift.

Growth in the next phase of recovery

Growth in the next phase of recovery

While the potential for ongoing volatility exists, we remain constructive on the prospects for growth.

The market’s tug-of-war
Analysis & Studies

The market’s tug-of-war

Portfolio Manager Doug Rao explains why stock valuations and interest rates are engaged in an ongoing tug-of-war as investors evaluate the potential breadth and depth of the economic recovery.