Markets have been weak in recent weeks so this is a good time to consider more defensive investments on Aim. Andrew Hore picks his top six.
Andrew Hore celebrates the junior market's 20th birthday with a trip down memory lane. Find out which companies have lasted the distance.
Over the past 20 years investment companies with exposure to UK Aim stocks have significantly outperformed the wider Aim market.
Former Aim writer of the year Andrew Hore picks the five Aim stocks he thinks will shoot the lights out this year.
The Alternative Investment Market is home to growth companies, but there are also large and sustainable dividend yields, some above 8 per cent.
Small companies are trading at a big discount to larger firms. One analyst thinks AIM could become the best-performing market for years to come.
AIM new issues have raised billions of pounds this year, but not all are realistically valued. Andrew Hore identifies the likely winners.
Smaller small companies have been rewarding over the past couple of years, with a number of Aim firms also doing very well.
Investors were allowed to buy Aim shares in their Isas a year ago and the popularity of small-cap stocks has continued to rise ever since.
Almost one-fifth of all securities traded in Isas have been Aim shares in the 12 months since the rules were relaxed, claims Halifax Share Dealing.