- The total return of the AIM All-Share index over the three-year period was at 46.3%, while for the five-year period it is around 52.8%.
- Most AIM-listed stocks are in the early stage of their business cycles, which are anticipated to grow multifold in the future.
The FTSE AIM index, which constituents mainly of growth-orientated stocks, has given a decent return to investors in the past. The total return of AIM All-Share index over the three-year period was 46.3%, while for the five-year period the total return is around 52.8%. Most stocks listed on this index are in the early stage of their business cycles, which are anticipated to grow multifold in the future.
Hence, these stocks attract a lot of new investors, who intend to invest in the early phases of the growth cycle of a company to earn higher returns on their investment.
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Let us look at these AIM-listed stocks:
Tintra Plc (LON: TNT)
The company operates in the lottery and e-commerce segment and offers payment processing and lotteries services to its B2B clients. Soccerdome, Prize Provision Services, and Market Access are the three key segment through which the company operates. The company recently received subscription to its fundraising plans announced in November 2021. The new subscriptions are from two different investors with a total amount of US$3 million. After the announcement of the new investment, the stock price surged significantly, rising over 280% since Monday as these new subscriptions were priced at 504p per ordinary share. Tintra Plc’s closed trading at GBX 200 on 13 January 2022 and has a current market cap of £26.73 million. It has given a YTD return of 335.17%, as of 13 January, and 1-year return of 519.53% to its investors.
On 14 January 2022, its shares were trading at GBX 225.00, up by 12.50%, around 11 am BST.
Mobile Streams Plc (LON: MOS)
The mobile content and data intelligence service provider has operations in Europe, North American countries. The company recently announced a major strategic partnership with International Gaming Systems (IGS).
As part of the contract, the IGS gaming service will be made available on the company’s website. Besides, telco contracts are expected to give a significant revenue boost to Mobile Streams Plc. The new contract could deliver minimum revenue of US$720,000 over the first six months from IGS.
As a result of the partnership, Mobile Streams Plc expects its monthly revenue to be above US$120,000 this month. Mobile Streams Plc’s closed trading at GBX 0.50 and has a market cap of £12.55 million as of 13 January 2022. It has given a YTD return of 41.04%, and 1-year return of 103.67%.
On 14 January 2022, its shares were trading at GBX 0.48, down by 4.04%, around 11.30 am BST.
Helium One Global Ltd (LON: HE1)
The company is engaged in the exploration and production of helium gas, which has many medical and industrial applications. Its flagship project is located in Tanzania. The company operates in a niche market segment that is engaged in the exploration of Helium gas. It has an edge over other companies as there are no other listed companies in the similar segment. The company is currently carrying out data acquisition at its Rukwa Project. Besides, the firms is well funded for its phase 2 exploration activities. Helium One Global Ltd closed trading at GBX 9.10 with a market cap of £56.01 million as of 13 January 2022. It has given a YTD return of 19.52%, and 1-year return of 9.49%.
On 14 January 2022, its shares were trading at GBX 8.65, down by 4.95%, around 11.30 am BST.