(Bloomberg) -- Investors added a net $29 million to Bill Gross's Janus Global Unconstrained Bond Fund in June, the fourth consecutive month of positive flows, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

Assets rose to $1.48 billion as of June 30 for the fund, which returned 3.35% this year through July 8, outperforming 67% of its Bloomberg peers. It has returned 2.4% since Gross took over management in October 2014, after his acrimonious departure from Pimco About half of the fund's money is from Gross's personal fortune, estimated at approximately $2 billion.

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