• 15+ years of experience as an economist with the Canadian government
  • Works as a freelance financial writer for many online media outlets
  • Author of three books


Larry has more than 15 years of experience as an economist with the Canadian government. During his career, he analyzed data and investigated trends to advise about economic issues facing the nation.

Now retired, Larry manages a personal portfolio and writes numerous articles, which he contributes to some of the most highly-regarded Internet financial sites. He regularly contributors to Seeking Alpha, The Globe and Mail,,, and Investopedia. You will see his work as reposts on Forbes. Throughout his career, Larry has covered mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and pension funds, socially responsible investing, securities investing and exchange-traded notes (ETNs), financial analysis, investing strategies, portfolio management, and interviews with top investors.

Larry has written three books. The first book, Outperforming the Market: A Case Study Approach to Selecting Investments (ECW 1998), explores historical market opportunities through the discussion of a series of case studies. His second work, Nortel Networks: How Innovation and Vision Created a Network Giant (Wiley, 2000) chronicles Nortel from telephone manufacturer to Canada's most valuable corporation. Finally, his third work, The Bombardier Story: Planes, Trains, and Snowmobiles (Wiley, 2002) is a look at the growth of Bonbardier Inc. into a global company through sound business management and leadership.