Columbia Acorn Fund Class Z (ACRNX)

34.37
Net Asset Value
-0.26%
1 Day
+7.57%
Year-to-Date
Overall Morningstar Rating
Mid-cap growth
Style or Category
No Load
Sales Expenses
0.79%
Expense Ratio
Average
Morningstar Risk Rating™
Investment Objective The investment seeks long-term capital appreciation. Under normal circumstances, the fund invests a majority of its net assets in the common stock of small- and mid-sized companies with market capitalizations under $5 billion at the time of initial investment. It invests the majority of its assets in U.S. companies, but also may invest up to 33% of its total assets in foreign companies in developed markets (for example, Japan, Canada and the United Kingdom) and in emerging markets (for example, China, India and Brazil).

Performance

1 month+2.54% 3 years+16.19%
3 months+3.81% 5 years+14.55%
1 year+11.75% Since inception+14.56%
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Peer Comparisonvs. Mid-cap growth

 ACRNXCategory
Performance 5-yr return+14.55%+14.47%
Expense ratio0.79%1.33%
Risk 5 year sharpe ratio0.740.89
Net assets$12.8B$1.3B
Average market cap$4.0B$9.7B
Average P/E23.425.2
Portfolio turnover17%17%

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Fund Management and Purchase Info

Fund familyColumbia
Fund manager & tenureDavid Frank / 1 Years
Minimal initial investment$2,000.00
Minimum IRA investment$1,000.00

Holdings

U.S. stock96.21%
International stock3.38%
Fixed income0.41%
Cash0.00%
Other0.00%
Top 5 Sectors
Portfolio weighting
Industrial materials 14.02%
Consumer service 12.23%
Financial service 11.93%
Healthcare 9.70%
Hardware 9.20%
Top 10 Holdings
Portfolio weighting
AME Ametek Inc2.64%
SEIC SEI Investments Co2.36%
DCI Donaldson Company Inc2.18%
MTD Mettler-Toledo International Inc2.17%
CPHD Cepheid2.08%
NDSN Nordson Corp1.73%
APH Amphenol Corp1.72%
LKQ LKQ Corp1.39%
GEVA Synageva BioPharma Corp1.39%
ASB Associated Banc-Corp1.27%

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