Hi corpse. Yes some optimism in the future direction of AIM shares. PINN does not have the right bait yet to draw in AIM investors funds. PINN's lack of heavyweight corporate updates is weighing heavy on the notion of share holder value upside deliver in my opinion but I still remain a buy optimist despite the toppy spread.
PINN has not been included and so not invested in:
On 7 May 2013 the Board of Water Hall announced that it had increased the Company's equity exposure by increasing its holdings of liquid investment-grade UK equities against a background of improving market conditions. Following these further investments, Water Hall has now substantially implemented its investing policy in accordance with the AIM Rules for Companies.
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