AngelNews reports on the launch of TIME:AIM.
“To reduce the unpredictability normally associated with the performance of AIM shares, the service uses a ‘Smart Passive’ strategy to select BPR qualifying companies for inclusion in the investment portfolio, removing traditional ‘stock-picker’ bias. TIME Investments, which also manages the longest running capital preservation focused BPR service (over 20 years), has developed a unique methodology that employs a series of rigorous filters, based on various financial, commercial and performance criteria, to select a portfolio of businesses within the AIM 100 Index. TIME has spent over a year developing their system and testing these filters to minimise the portfolio volatility without compromising the overall performance.”
Posted: 19/09/2016 Categories: Inheritance Tax, News, Press, TIME:AIM