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Janus Twenty Fund
Janus Twenty Fund

This fund was one of Bear Stearns' top 10 mutual fund holders until it sold all of its 1.6 million shares at the end of last year. At the high for the fourth-quarter of 2007, the stock would have been worth $210.5 million, vs. about $16 million today. Even though Janus Capital Management may still have exposure to the collapsed investment bank, the Twenty Fund, managed by Ron Sachs, got out just in time.

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Last updated March 27 2008: 11:01 AM ET

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