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Aim's quality dozen shares

Despite social restrictions continuing there is optimism for quality UK companies.
Aim's quality dozen shares
  • 12 Aim stocks pass all nine quality tests this month, a whopping 77 companies pass at least seven.
  • 37 main market companies score at least 7/9 on our screen.

Freedom day may have been postponed but the UK’s junior stock market is showing plenty of cause for optimism with 12 companies passing all nine of our quality shares tests. 

Boohoo Group (BOO) is still one of our screen-toppers but the company has continued to face uncomfortable questions about its supply chain management and ethics.

New Aim companies to pass all nine tests include Cerillion (CER). The specialist software provider for the telecommunications industry also wowed on our earnings upgrade screen last week, so looks worth investigating further.  

Caretech Holdings (CTH) is another new company to pass all nine tests. The social care technology company has recently raised its interim dividend.

The main market quality screen highlights many bastions of reliability for UK investors. The likes of  data business Experian (EXPN), Hikma Pharmaceuticals (HIK) and Spirent Communications (SPT) have all featured regularly as high scorers on this screen.

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