MTA – Register Now for the CMT Level I Webinar

Market Technicians Association - MTA

If you, or your colleagues are interested in learning more about the CMT Program and the MTA’s curriculum, we invite you to attend the upcoming information sessions. Gordon Scott, CMT will provide a free webcast covering the basic concepts of each of the three levels of the CMT exam.

“The CFA helped me get my job. The CMT helps me keep my job.” 
– Craig Johnson CMT, CFA
The Chartered Market Technician (CMT)  designation allows you to distinguish yourself from other industry professionals. It is a perfect complement to your fundamental, quantitative, and macroeconomic analysis of the financial industry.
To investment professionals who value improved relative performance, the Market Technicians Association’s CMT Program is the leading professional certification program which offers applied risk management techniques and a thorough understanding of intermarket relationships, essential to any asset allocation strategy.
Performance Analysis
All candidates taking the CMT Level I & II Exams will be issued a performance analysis right at the Prometric test center immediately after taking the exam. The report will tell you not only whether you have passed or failed, but also how well you did in each category.

This new service from the MTA is an excellent resource to help you prepare for your next exam, or improve your performance should you need to retake the exam. Candidates now have the full breakdown of their performance assessment immediately after the exam.
Schedule your exam right now to ensure your preferred time, date, and location.

Level I & Level II:
October 23-25 2014
Registration Deadline:
Tuesday, September 23rd
2:00 PM EDT
What is the Chartered Market Technician® (CMT) Program?
The Chartered Market Technician (CMT) Program requires candidates to demonstrate proficiency in a broad range of topics in the field of Technical Analysis. The Program consists of three levels. The CMT Level I and CMT Level II exams are multiple choice while CMT Level III exam is in short answer and essay form.
The objectives of the CMT Program are:

  • To professionalize the field of Technical Analysis
  • To promote high ethical and professional standards
  • To guide candidates in mastering a professional body of knowledge
  • Those candidates who successfully complete all three levels of the CMT examination and agree to abide by the MTA Code of Ethics are granted the right to use the CMT credential.
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