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What is the CMT Association’s CMT?

The Chartered Market Technician (CMT) Program is a certification process in which candidates are required to demonstrate proficiency in a broad range of technical analysis subjects. Administered by the Accreditation Committee of the CMT Association (formerly MTA), Inc., the Program consists of three levels. CMT Level 1 and CMT Level 2 are multiple choice exams while CMT Level 3 is in essay form.

The objectives of the CMT Program are:

In order to be granted your CMT designation, you must meet the following requirements:

Value of the CMT

The Chartered Market Technician (CMT) program offers a structured approach to study technical analysis and ensure all key areas are covered. The CMT can help to open doors that may lead to job opportunities. The CMT demonstrates to Wall Street that you are a professional in the field of technical analysis. For those seeking a more traditional Wall Street analyst job, passing the first two CMT exams provides a significant step towards attaining the “Registered Research Analyst” designation from FINRA. Even if you’re not looking for a FINRA exemption but rather just to learn technical analysis, the CMT Program offers a structured, organized, and comprehensive way to do so.

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