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Understanding what you're looking at when taking AIM

Anyone who is new to buying stocks – and isn’t keen to pay a fund manager to do their investing – will benefit from understanding three useful numbers: price/earnings ratio, dividend yield and price-to-book value.

It is universally agreed that, in order to be successful when entering the markets (especially AIM stocks), you need to do your ‘fundamental analysis’. This is essentially burying your head in company accounts, so being able to pick out these three numbers (and understand what they mean) could help to inform your decisions.

Of course, none of them are perfect, but they are a good starting point and, used in combination, can highlight areas and companies that might be worth further research.

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None of the opinions or information on this page are a personal recommendation. The value of your investments can go up or down and you may not get back all the money you invest. AIM stocks tend to be volatile high-risk / high-reward investments and are intended for people with an appropriate degree of equity trading knowledge and experience.

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Map created by Stephen Eckett, Editor of the UK Stock Market Almanac

Today’s AIM heat maps

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The heat map above is a snap shot of a moment in time, and is not a representation of past or future performance. The top ten AIM stocks bought and sold should not be taken as a recommendation to buy or sell any particular stock. They are an indication of the general buying and selling trends amongst some TD Direct Investing customers, over the specified period.

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Trading AIM stocks at TD

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You can hold AIM stocks in a TD ISA, TD SIPP or TD Trading Account.

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