About Saber

John Huber is the portfolio manager of Saber Capital Management, LLC, a value-focused investment firm that manages separate accounts for clients. Saber’s objective is to compound capital over the long-term by making investments in undervalued stocks of high-quality businesses.

To read more about our approach to investing, please read the Investment Strategy page as well as the Commentary page where I post various articles I’ve published, presentations, and some of the letters I write to my investors.

By using separate accounts, Saber’s clients get complete transparency over the investment process and well as complete control over the access to their funds (the funds are held in the client’s name in their own separate account). Opening an account is simple and straightforward, and can be completed in a few minutes. There are no lockup periods (clients can open or close the account at any time).

Saber looks to partner with like-minded clients who are interested in a patient, long-term investment approach that is rooted in the principles of value investing.

For more information on our investment approach, questions on how to open an account, or anything else you’d like to discuss, please contact us:

 

About Our Name

Our name “Saber” comes from Sabermetrics, a baseball term coined by Bill James, and made famous by Oakland A’s GM Billy Beane, who became the subject of the best-selling book Moneyball by Michael Lewis. Sabermetrics was a value investing strategy, but it was more commonly known as a strategy based on quantifiable observations and data. Moneyball was centered around things like runs scored, walks, base hits, and on-base-percentage. The strategy was fairly simple:

  • Evaluate players based on how often they get on base, and
  • Try to buy these players for less than what they were truly worth.

Sabermetrics allowed teams like the Oakland A’s to compete with big budget teams like the New York Yankees. It was a methodical way of identifying valuable players. Similarly, at Saber Capital Management, we focus on processes that allow us to methodically identify undervalued stocks of high-quality companies.