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AIM adviser VSA quits AIM because AIM is not working and adviser fees too high: is AIM toast?

Tom Winnifrith Friday 29 March 2013

 

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It is rather like the Pope saying that he is not really into this Easter business and there is no point in going to church as it does not seem to get you into heaven anyway. But just before the long weekend, AIM listed VSA Resources (LSE:VSA) – which is actually an adviser to AIM companies - has said that it plans to delist from AIM as there is no point. Well you said it guys…

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