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Aim's magnificent seven quality shares

London's junior market leads the way in this month's Alpha quality screen.
Aim's magnificent seven quality shares


  • Aim companies with specialist industrial niches score well against our nine quality tests. 
  • 37 Aim companies pass at least 7/9 tests
  • No large cap main market shares pass all the tests but big names like Unilever, Rio Tinto and Diageo rank highly.

Aim stocks are once again scoring the best against our Alpha quality screen rules, with 37 companies passing at least 7/9 tests of which seven companies scored 9/9. 

Leading lights include Boohoo Group (BOO), which has made some decent efforts to consolidate its position with acquisitions and further investment in its website. It seems that, with the shares up by over a quarter in three months, the market has forgiven it after last year’s controversy over supplier factory conditions. 

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