By Dru Edmonstone | Tuesday 27 May 2014
Next month, on June 19th, AIM will celebrate its 19th birthday. More now than ever before the lazy and spotty teenager, I cannot foresee the AIM Team opening the Champagne. With the FTSE AIM All-Share Index currently standing at 801 (It kicked off on January 6th 1996 based at 1,000) the market has under-performed virtually any other across Europe over the past 12 months.
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