This week I'm returning to my portfolio shares series to introduce an AIM stock from my quality dividend model portfolio.
The company concerned has many of the hallmarks I associate with the best type of AIM company:
- Owner management with significant shareholding
- High profit margins and returns on capital
- Very strong balance sheet
- Excellent cash generation
- Progressive dividend policy
- Somewhat of a defensive moat
In case you start thinking I've found the perfect stock, I should also say that the company's product portfolio depends quite heavily on a single core offering. I might also argue that there's some uncertainty around future growth prospects.
I hold the shares personally and in the model dividend portfolio I run on this site.
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