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I'm hoping this thread may become a good place for everyone to post their ideas for ISA Aim shares. If you suggest one (or more), please say why you like it and what research you've found. There are lists elsewhere of what is ISA'able, so please just suggest the ones you like.   Updated list of those mentioned below: Arian Silver Corp (LON:AGQ) Nyota Minerals (LON:NYO)…

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Hi Farngorn, I had them in an ISA through Interactive Investor, which I think is through Halifax.

I bought Thor in an ISA with iii a few of weeks ago in an online trade. I didn't keep it actually, I sold it just as it dropped like a stone, making a healthy £3.50 profit after trading charges. I reinvested that outside my ISA in a pint of Budvar. That's the closest I can get to buying shares in Budvar, as it's publicly…

Snickers, If everybody in China teaches their one child to play the flute, Silver prices will go through the roof. I also think Metminco (LON:MNC) is worth a look. Priced around value for current inferred resources, but is looking likely to go much higher. Listed on ASX in addition to AIM.

Good question. I should have offered one first. I suppose my first pick is probably Arian Silver Corp (LON:AGQ) - a fairly obvious choice, as far as I can see. I know it's come a very long way, but I feel that there are still a lot of resources still to be proven. Each one will take time, but I see it as a gradually…

I can see now that things are happening. Thanks for looking in to it, you're quick off the mark!

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