Acorn Investment Trust, a small-cap mutual fund company with a faithful following, is branching out into mid-cap investing.

The company is offering two new funds, called Acorn Twenty and Acorn Foreign Forty, that will invest in a limited number of stocks with market capitalizations between $1 and $10 billion, said Merrillynn Kosier, vice president for marketing for Acorn Investment of Chicago.

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