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Steve Palmer

AlphaNorth Asset Management

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Steve Palmer is a founding partner, president and chief investment officer of AlphaNorth Asset Management and currently manages the AlphaNorth Partners Fund, AlphaNorth Growth Fund and AlphaNorth Flow-Through LPs. Prior to founding AlphaNorth in 2007, Palmer was employed as vice president at one of the world's largest financial institutions, where he managed equity assets of approximately CA$350M. Palmer managed a pooled fund, which focused on Canadian small-capitalization companies, from its inception to August 2007, achieving returns that were ranked No. 1 in performance by a major fund ranking service in its small-cap, pooled-fund category. He also managed a large-cap fund, which ranked in the first quartile of performance among other Canadian equity pooled funds. Palmer earned a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Western Ontario and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.




Recent Interviews

Steve Palmer Buys the Summer Sleepers (7/24/14) Steve Palmer, founder of AlphaNorth Asset Management, has a "buy cheap, sell dear" investment strategy that wins, as the outperforming return on one of his investment funds demonstrates. In this interview with The Energy Report, Palmer unveils a handful of resource stocks that are slumbering through the summer doldrums, gathering strength for the Fall Revival, when undervalued stocks soar.

Steve Palmer: Change Up Your Portfolio's Sector Weightings to Capture Profits (11/12/13) Steve Palmer's AlphaNorth Partners Fund didn't make a 130% return by adhering to a strict natural resource weighting. In this interview with The Mining Report, Steve Palmer describes how his fund uses "bottom-up analysis" to find profit opportunities in metals, energy, life sciences and tech stocks. Small-cap equities may not be leading the pack now, but they are still the best-performing asset class in the long term, says Palmer, and he names some companies that are already outperforming.

Don't Be a Retail LemmingŚBuy at the Bottom: Steve Palmer (4/11/13) A short-term investor's trash is a long-term investor's ticket to returns, and with resource stocks hitting all-time lows during a time of robust commodity prices, now is the time to snap up promising energy companies, Steve Palmer asserts. As a founder of AlphaNorth Asset Management, one of Canada's market-leading investment firms, Palmer has a practiced eye for spotting winners in a troubled market. He shares his picks in this interview with The Energy Report.

Recent Quotes

"CNL owns a very high-grade gold mine." (7/24/14) Continental Gold Ltd. - The Energy Report Interview with Steve Palmer Moreá>

"MMT is a good mid-cap name that pays a dividend." (7/24/14) Mart Resources Inc. - The Energy Report Interview with Steve Palmer Moreá>

"LLG has a very sizable resource." (7/24/14) Mason Graphite Inc. - The Energy Report Interview with Steve Palmer Moreá>

"I look for companies with growth potential, such as MMT, which is getting very significant results at the wellhead." (11/12/13) Mart Resources Inc. - The Metals Report Interview with Steve Palmer Moreá>

"LLG is run by a very experienced team that has been getting good drill results at its project in Quebec." (11/12/13) Mason Graphite Inc. - The Metals Report Interview with Steve Palmer Moreá>

"URE has secured contracts significantly above current spot prices and above long-term prices." (4/11/13) Ur-Energy Inc. - The Energy Report Interview with Steve Palmer Moreá>

"UAX is one of the better small caps and could find an economic deposit in Canada." (7/24/12) Athabasca Uranium Inc. - The Energy Report Interview with Steve Palmer Moreá>

"ZMS has several paths to success, each of which could add several hundred million dollars in value to the company." (4/26/12) Zecotek Photonics Inc. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Steven Palmer Moreá>



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