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Daily Telegraph’s top 10 Aim stocks to buy – its ‘avin’ a bubble!

By Tom Winnifrith | Saturday 12 September 2015


The Daily Telegraph has a cunning wheeze for its readers to avoid Inheritance Tax – buy AIM stocks. In fact this is a double wheeze. Not only are these IHT free assets but the Torygraph has selected a top 10 which seems guaranteed to smash the value of your estate. It is ‘avin’ a bubble with its top 10 dogs, oops I meant AIM Casino shares to buy. 

Okay that is a bit harsh. But at least three serve up multiple red flags. The ‘avin’ a bubble Torygraph dream Casino portfolio is below. For Globo and Utilitywise I attach links to our coverage. I guess with GTS Chemical certain folks have not noted that China AIM plays are not always slam dunk winners – yes it’s a Filthy Forty member. 




Amerisur Res



Central Asia Metals

GTS Chemical (filthy40)


Manx Telecom 

If you want seven (mostly) AIM stocks you really should be buying order the e-book I published with the other ShareProphets writers just last week HERE

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