Janus’ Largest Holdings in Key Stock Funds

From Times Staff

Despite the plunge in technology and telecom stocks last year, Janus Funds continued to be major owners of many big-name shares in those sectors as of Dec. 31--which suggests Janus managers still see strong growth prospects for the companies in the long run.

Here’s a look at the largest holdings Janus listed for key funds as of year’s end (Janus lists its largest holdings alphabetically, and doesn’t currently provide a more detailed breakdown):

* Janus Fund (assets: $42 billion): Boeing; Comcast Class A; EMC Corp.; Enron Corp.; General Electric; Linear Technology; Merrill Lynch; Nokia; Time Warner; Viacom.


* Janus Worldwide ($34 billion): Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria; China Mobile Ltd.; Cisco Systems; General Electric; Nokia; NTT DoCoMo; Petroleo Brasileiro; TelMex; Tyco International; Vodafone Group.

* Janus Twenty ($25 billion): Cisco Systems; EMC Corp.; General Electric; Nokia; Sun Microsystems.

* Janus Mercury ($14 billion): Analog Devices; AT&T; Corp./ Liberty Media Group; Bristol-Myers Squibb; Comcast Class A; Duke Energy; Enron Corp.; Medtronic; Nokia; Time Warner; Vodafone Group.

* Janus Growth and Income ($8.6 billion): AT&T; Corp./Liberty Media Group; Cisco Systems; Citigroup; Comcast Class A; EMC Corp.; Enron Corp.; General Electric; Nokia; Texas Instruments; U.S. government debt.

* Janus Enterprise ($6.7 billion): AES Corp.; American Tower; Anadarko Petroleum; Crown Castle International; Exodus Communications; Human Genome Sciences; Millennium Pharmaceuticals; Paychex Inc.; VeriSign; Vitesse Semiconductor.

* Janus Olympus ($6.2 billion): Cisco Systems; Colgate-Palmolive; Kroger Co.; Nokia; Pfizer; Pharmacia; VeriSign; Veritas Software; Vodafone Group; Walgreen.