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Other fund families offer funds with different names, but on closer examination, appear to be in-bred. I hold several Janus funds. When I received that last prospectus, the top ten holdings in a number of funds were pretty much the same.

Ya, a little bizarre when ya get a prospectus and it has 5-10 fund names on the cover and the holding list is a list of companies and columns of % of holdings that varies by fractions of %.

Of course when you get to the manager list it all makes sense, the management team is identical with a different team memeber listed a primary manager for each fund, so it looks good on the initial listings.
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