Stig Roar Myrseth

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Stig Roar Myrseth (born 22 November 1972) is a Norwegian financial expert who operates throughout the Nordic and Baltic region.[1] In 2011 he started the fund management company Dovre Forvaltning who is managing the world's first legal insider trading based fund, Dovre Inside Nordic.[2][3]

Early years[edit]

Stig R. Myrseth completed secondary school in Harstad, Norway.[4] in 1991 with the best possible grade "6" in all subjects. .[5] In 1991 he won a silver medal in the International Chemistry Olympiad in Lodz.[6][7] He then started at the University of Tromsø, with the department of chemistry.[4] However, soon after he left University in favor of training as a financial analyst.[4][5]

Financial career[edit]

Myrseth won the stock picking contest "Børsspeilet" in the magazine Økonomisk Rapport for eight years in a row from 2003 until the magazine was closed down in 2010.[4][8][9] On December 31, 2010 the Norwegian Financial Daily newspaper, Finansavisen, declared Myrseth to be Norway's best stock picker in a front page story.[4][9]

Myrseth has started several companies in the financial sector. He established the full service investment banking firm Orion Securities in Norway in 1999,[4] worked for Terra Markets,[8] and established Dovre Forvaltning in 2011[4] in Lithuania.


  1. ^ "Fund Facts: Dovre Inside Nordic". Dovre Forvaltning. 
  2. ^ "Fund Facts: Dovre inside Nordic". 
  3. ^ "Oppskriften på å slå markedet". Hegnar Online. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g "Stig Roar Myrseth". Dovre Forvaltning. 
  5. ^ a b Karl Nestaas (February 2013). "På innsiden av outsider'n". Kapital. 
  6. ^ "Kjemi olympiaden, lag bildet 1991" [Chemistry Olympiad, 1991 team photo] (Photograph). 1991. 
  7. ^ Wemunn Aabø (21 August 1991). "Sølvmedalje til ung kjemiker". Harstad Tidende. 
  8. ^ a b "Børsspeilet i 2011: Økonomisk Rapport er i gang med nye spennende børstips." [Stock Mirror in 2011: Economic Report is underway with new exciting stock tips.]. Økonomisk Rapport (Economic Report). 7 February 2011. 
  9. ^ a b Gard Setsaas (31 December 2010). "Knuste Oslo Børs i 2010: Norges beste aksjeplukker". Finansavisen. 

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