Advancing the Discipline of Technical Analysis

The Market Technicians Association is the home of the Chartered Market Technician® (CMT) Program, the preeminent, global designation for technical analysis and the only technical analysis designation recognized by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) qualifying candidates for a Series 86 exemption upon passing Levels I & II of the CMT exam. The Chartered Market Technician® designation is awarded to those who demonstrate mastery of a core body of knowledge of investment risk in portfolio management settings and hold themselves to the highest ethical standards.

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Latest Technical Analysis News & Event Reminders

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MTA Symposium Speaker Spotlight: Jeffrey S. Weiss, CMT
February 27, 2017

The 44th Annual MTA Symposium will feature the world’s leading asset managers, traders, and technical analysts, including Jeffrey S. Weiss, CMT, Chief Technical Analyst at Clearview Trading Advisors, Inc. Presentation: Relationship...
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CMT Study Tips – Learning Objectives
February 27, 2017

Prep for your upcoming CMT Exam by studying the Learning Objectives. Each level of the exam contains knowledge domains and learning objectives that provide a framework for recognizing and implementing investment and trading opportunity. Matching the...
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Broad Bottom Configurations And Their Application to Investment Strategy
February 27, 2017

A classic written by William S. Doane featured in Issue 8 of Technically Speaking Broad Bottom Configurations And Their Application to Investment Strategy provides examples of broad bottom configurations as the foundations for large, long-term price...
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Recent Technical Analysis Knowledge Base Updates

How Investors Can Benefit from Recurring Events, Cycles and Seasonalities
February 22, 2017

A webcast presentation originally held on February 22, 2017 as part of the MTA's Educational Web Series. The investment industry follows a calendar that is influenced by habitual human and cultural behavior. Recurring events such as tax...
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Identifying and Campaigning Market Rotation and Institutional Sponsorship, Part II
February 15, 2017

A webcast presentation originally held on February 15, 2017 as part of the MTA's Educational Web Series. In this three-webinar series, Bruce Fraser and Roman Bogomazov, both internationally recognized Wyckoff Method experts, will describe in...
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Using ETF Data to Paint a Sentiment Picture
February 9, 2017

A webcast presentation originally held on February 8, 2017 by Tony Welch as part of the MTA's Educational Web Series. In this presentation, Tony will go over how we think about ETF asset flows, positioning, and short interest in regards to...
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