AIM Equities Report

The AIM (Alternative Investment Market) investment gives an opportunity to invest in companies with a good value proposition to help build value over the longer term. Typically, these Companies are small, young, and growing establishments.

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  • Penny stocks or AIM listed stocks offen carry higher risks as they are highly volatile albiet opportunities are analyzed based on trending market themes and favourable technical indicators.
  • It is vigilant to gauge which business news or macro news is trending as it can have a significant positive or negative impact on any industry/sector or company’s performance.
  • A careful stock picking on the AIM market may have the potential to increase the value of investment manifold in a short span of time. The product might be appealing for younger audiences with high risk appetite.
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Key Reasons to consider

Decent Fundamentals

This report identifies companies that have positive operational growth metrics, decent fundamentals, sound management and substantial liquidity to support its strategic objectives.

Short-term Growth Potential

Small stocks are risky but have the potential to generate scintillating returns too. Talking about the overall benefits, the AIM listed companies offer a much higher potential of growth as compared to the main market stocks albiet at higher risk levels.

Relaxed Regulations

Due to relaxed regulations, the Alternative Investment Market route is more speculative as compared to other exchanges. Institutional investors with high-risk appetite are majorly involved in such a market (AIM) while it offers lower levels of liquidity a


The Alternative Investment Market (AIM) is a sub-market of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) that is designed to help smaller companies access capital from the public market. Since AIM opened in 1995, more than 850 companies have been admitted. AIM allows these companies to raise capital by listing on a public exchange with better regulatory flexibility compared to the main LSE stock market.

AIM is seen as a more speculative investment universe due to its relaxed regulations as compared to larger exchanges. The regulation for companies listed on AIM is often referred to as being light-touch regulation.

AIM Equities Report

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