Sunday May 31, 2020

Investment: Fancy a flutter?

If you have a strong portfolio of solid performers, you may fancy a flutter on something risky with the potential for high rewards

21st June, 2015
Allied Minds bridges the gap between research and commercial development, allowing investors to buy-in to the next big thingThinkstock

When you have built a balanced, non-cyclical portfolio of bluechip shares and have a bit to spare, an adventurous, high-risk move into Allied Minds is worth considering.

Last week I invested in it. It is out-of-the-ordinary in stock market terms. And out-of-the-ordinary in my equity portfolio too – not for the faint-hearted.

But with one or two blockbuster strikes by this intellectual property commercialisation group, an Allied Minds investment could be seriously transformational – for...

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