- For the beginners to the stock market, penny stock investment is one of the most logical options
- Vela Technologies Plc and Mobile Streams Plc are some of the AIM-listed companies that are in their growth stage.
Penny stock investment has always fascinated investors due to the extraordinary returns they offer. Also, for beginners to the stock market, penny stock investment is one of the most logical options with little money to invest and risk of losing a relatively lower amount.
AIM index includes a lot of small companies or penny stocks from different sectors that are currently in the growth stage of their business cycle and could offer superior returns to investors if the company’s core business outperform. Though, this investment comes under the category of high risk and high rewards hence not suitable for all types of investors. One needs to properly research the company and carefully select the stock with some strong fundamentals and transparent management.
Let us look at 2 AIM-listed stocks that are in focus and explore the investment opportunity in them:
Vela Technologies Plc (LON: VELA)
The UK-based firm focuses on investing in small-sized companies that are currently at the growth stage of the business cycle. The company invest mainly in the technology sector and invest in the companies based in the UK and Europe.
Investors can look to invest in Vela Technologies if they want exposure to the early-stage start-ups businesses which are still to be listed on the primary exchange. The company invest in multiple small businesses, out of which few go on be successful company; hence it offers a high-risk high reward investment opportunity.
Shares of Vela Technologies Plc currently trades at GBX 0.10, up by 4.17% on 07 September 2021 at 12:47 pm GMT+1 with a market cap of £14.81 million. In the last one year, the stock has given 41.14% returns to shareholders.
Mobile Streams Plc (LON: MOS)
The company focuses on mobile content creation, which is distributed on mobile devices. The company distributes its content through mobile operators and the internet. It also provides technical and data analysis related services.
The company’s stock is up by over 37% in September month and saw buying interest from many investors following the company’s newly launched LiveScore service in Mexico, which received a positive response. The service already has 3,500 subscribers since its launch in July 2021, exceeding the company’s target. The company charges one dollar per week from the user for the services, and it expects to generate USD 1.5 million in additional revenue over the next three years. Following the successful launch in Mexico, the company plans to launch the similar types of services in other markets over the coming months.
Mobile Streams Plc currently trades at GBX 0.33, up by 8.33% on 07 September 2021 at 12:47 pm GMT+1 with a market cap of £7.06 million. In the last one year, the stock has given 49.25% returns to shareholders.