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VNLA Janus Henderson Short Duration Inc ETF daily Stock Chart
VNLA [NYSE]
Janus Henderson Short Duration Inc ETF
Index- P/E- EPS (ttm)- Insider Own- Shs Outstand- Perf Week0.09%
Market Cap- Forward P/E- EPS next Y- Insider Trans- Shs Float- Perf Month0.52%
Income- PEG- EPS next Q- Inst Own- Short Float- Perf Quarter0.07%
Sales- P/S- EPS this Y- Inst Trans- Short Ratio0.06 Perf Half Y-0.14%
Book/sh- P/B- EPS next Y- ROA- Target Price- Perf Year-0.25%
Cash/sh- P/C- EPS next 5Y- ROE- 52W Range48.90 - 49.56 Perf YTD0.80%
Dividend1.18 P/FCF- EPS past 5Y- ROI- 52W High-0.34% Beta-
Dividend %2.39% Quick Ratio- Sales past 5Y- Gross Margin- 52W Low1.00% ATR0.06
Employees- Current Ratio- Sales Q/Q- Oper. Margin- RSI (14)64.34 Volatility0.09% 0.10%
OptionableNo Debt/Eq- EPS Q/Q- Profit Margin- Rel Volume0.24 Prev Close49.38
ShortableYes LT Debt/Eq- Earnings- Payout- Avg Volume279.89K Price49.39
Recom- SMA200.19% SMA500.41% SMA2000.09% Volume67,391 Change0.01%
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The investment seeks to provide a steady income stream with capital preservation across various market cycles and consistently outperform the FTSE 3-Month US Treasury Bill Index by a moderate amount through various market cycles while at the same time providing low volatility. The fund normally invests its net assets in a portfolio of fixed income instruments of varying maturities. It may invest up to 25% in asset-backed securities that are rated investment grade or of similar quality as determined by Janus Capital. The average portfolio duration of the fund generally will be within 0-2 years of the index.