Tellworth Investments' Paul Marriage, manager of the UK Dynamic Absolute Return strategies, has warned of a bubble at the top end of the AIM market as a result of IHT funds piling into these stocks, adding there is a risk any tax changes could prompt them to flee the sector.
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