About Mark Leibovit 2016-11-22T08:05:33+00:00

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MARK LEIBOVIT, CIMA, is Chief Market Strategist for VRTrader.Com. His technical expertise is in overall market timing and stock selection based upon his proprietary VOLUME REVERSAL (tm) methodology and Annual Forecast Model.  Here's Mark at Jackson Hole, Wyoming petting his favorite wildlife specimen. Yes, they are really that big!

Mr.Leibovit’s extensive media television profile includes seven years as a consultant ‘Elf’ on “Louis Rukeyser’s Wall Street Week” television program, and over thirty years as a Market Monitor guest for PBS “The Nightly Business Report”.  He also has appeared on Fox Business News, CNBC, BNN (Canada), and Bloomberg, and has been interviewed in Barrons, Business Week, Forbes and The Wall Street Journal.

Mark Leibovit was ranked Timer Digest’s #2 Gold Market timer for 2011, and has also been named the #1 Gold Market timer for the 5 year period ending in 2010, the #1 U.S. Market Timer for 2006 and the #1 Intermediate U.S. Market Timer for the ten year period December, 1997 to 2007.  In addition, he was named the #4 for the eight-year period and #3 for the ten-year period ending 12/31/14, the #2 Bond Timer  for the three-year period ending 12/31/14 and the #2  Gold Timer for the ten-year period ending 12/31/14.

He was a 'Market Maker' on the Chicago Board Options Exchange and the Midwest Options Exchange and then went on to serve as Director of Research at Freehling & Co. and later Director of Technical Research at  Rodman and Renshaw (both in Chicago).  Mr. Leibovit now publishes a series of newsletters at www.LeibovitVRNewsletters.com and hosts his own weekly national radio talk show - Wall Street Raw through the GCNlive.com network along with affiliated radio stations.    He is both a Certified Investment Management Analyst (CIMA) and Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF), and is also a member of the Market Technicians Association and CFA Institute.

He served as Portfolio Manager of the I2 Integrity REIT Fund 2005-2007, Scottsdale, AZ and Portfolio Manager for the Growth Index Strategy at Flexible Plan Investments Ltd., Bloomfield Hills, MI, 2002-2006.

Mr.Leibovit’s specialty is Volume Analysis and his proprietary Leibovit Volume Reversal Indicator is well known for forecasting accurate signals of trend direction and reversals in the equity, metals and futures markets. He has historical experience recognizing, bull and bear markets and signaling alerts prior to market crashes. His indicator is currently available on the Metastock, eSignal and TradeStation platforms.

His comprehensive study on Volume Analysis, The Trader’s Book of Volume published by McGraw-Hill  is a definitive guide to volume trading.  It is now also published in Chinese.  Mark has appeared in speaking engagements and seminars in the U.S. and Canada and  provides customized Volume Analysis for managers and institutions.

Media

See Mark Leibovit's Nightly Business Report interviews with broadcast legend Paul Kangas.

Mark Leibovit was seen or heard on the following programs:

Wall Street Raw - Mark Leibovit's soon to be launched national (and internet) radio show - Saturday mornings.

Awards and Recognition

Mark Leibovit was ranked Timer Digest’s #2 Gold Market timer for 2011, and has also been named the #1 Gold Market timer for the 5 year period ending in 2010, and  the #1 U.S. Market Timer for 2006 and the #1 Intermediate U.S. Market Timer for the ten year period December, 1997 to 2007.

  • 2007 - Business Week Article - February 19, 2007 - 'It's All In The Timing' by Chris Farrell - highlighting Mark Leibovit and VRTrader.com as the # 1 Market Timer for 2006.
  • 2002 - Named # 1 Intermediate Market Timer for the 10-year period December 31, 1992 to December 31, 2002 by 'Timer Digest'.
  • 2001 - October 18, CBS.Marketwatch.com interview with Thom Calandra.
  • 2001 - August 7, Business Week interview with Gene Marcial and the link
  • 2001 - Mark Leibovit ranked #1 Market Timer in the nation by Timer Digest on May 14, 2001 for the twelve-month period May 11, 2000 to May 11, 2001.