As Chief Investment Officer for Sarbit Advisory Services Inc., Larry Sarbit is a Canadian financial services veteran. Starting his career in 1979 with Richardson Securities as an analyst, Larry began his long study of the U.S. market.

Larry became a Portfolio Manager for Investors Group in 1987 where he managed several U.S. Equity funds with assets over $3 billion. He went on to repeat his success at AIC, where he effectively managed over $2.2 billion.

Larry has over 25 years of investment experience. Undeterred by market volatility, Larry continues to follow his investment philosophy of buying great businesses at a bargain price, while managing with discipline and patience.

Larry's philosophy

Larry’s objective is to pursue higher returns with lower risk – the ideal of intelligent investing. He aims to identify opportunities other investors miss, which means finding companies that are trading at a deep discount to fair value and spotting situations where weak businesses can experience dramatic turnarounds with the guidance of activist shareholders.

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The dangers of rear-view mirror investing: Some historical perspective
The Globe & Mail, May 24, 2017


Three stocks I'm betting on that will prove my case against index investors
The Globe & Mail, April 12, 2017


Long-term investors could take a cue from Buffett on Sirius XM
The Globe & Mail, March 6, 2017


Why this veteran value investor has half his portfolio in cash right now
Canadian Business, December 29, 2016


In these uncertain times, investors need to start looking for 'equity bonds'
The Globe & Mail, November 21, 2016


Larry Sarbit on why investors need absolute returns, not relative ones
Financial Post, September 2, 2016