"TSX Venture exchange will be very strong into the end of the year," Says AlphaNorth Fund Manager Steve Palmer in a Video Interview with SmallCapPower.com
Oct 31, 2013 (Newsfile Corp via COMTEX) --
The TSX Venture exchange's volatility can create strong moves over a short period of time, asserts top small cap fund manager Steve Palmer of AlphaNorth Asset Management during his most-recent "Ask Steve" interview with SmallCapPower.com. He points out that in 2010 the Venture exchange surged 65% in a six-month period and that we could see a similar move this year.
Mr. Palmer believes small cap stocks have been the best-performing asset class over the long term and explains why he has continued to accumulate BSM Technologies Inc. (TSXV: GPS) shares. He also presents a new stock pick in Spectra7 Microsystems Inc. (TSXV: SEV). Shares of the computer chips maker could get a boost as the company's new product launches should cause its revenue to ramp up significantly into 2014.
View the interview at SmallCapPower.com: http://www.smallcappower.com/videos/expert-interview-with-steve-palmer-oct-2013.
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