AIM Market

Many investors like to invest in stocks on the AIM Market as these generally offer the potential for greater gains although by their very nature they will be more risky investments.  The ongoing success of the AIM Market can be demonstrated by the fact that the market recently celebrated its 25th birthday.

Originally established in 1995 with just 10 companies, the AIM market was launched to provide a platform for growth companies to raise equity capital.  Since it was founded over 3,800 companies have joined the AIM Market and the market is currently home to over 850 companies with a market capitalisation of over £100bn (figures as at June 2020).  As many companies on the AIM Market have very limited research coverage we aim (no pun intended!) to identify stocks which have significant growth potential.

Caretech – 458p

21 October 2020  - trading update The specialist social care and educational services group has announced a positive update for the year to 30 September...

Tristel – 515p

19 October 2020 - Covid beneficiary? It is hardly surprising that AIM-listed Tristel has produced excellent results for the year to 30 June 2020 given...

Checkit – 46p

19 October 2020 - contract with John Lewis The company has announced that a number of its subsidiaries have entered into a framework agreement with...

LiDCO – 7.65p

13 October 2020 - record interim results LiDCO, the AIM-listed hemodynamic monitoring group has announced record interim results for the six months to 31 July. ...