What is the Chartered Market Technician® (CMT) Program?
Administered by the Market Technicians Association (MTA), a collaborative partner of the ATMA, the CMT Program consists of three levels of examinations which require candidates to demonstrate proficiency in a broad range of topics in the field of Technical Analysis. This professional charter will be awarded to those that have successfully completed of all three levels and meets the Member Status (professional) requirements as described in the MTA Constitution. In order to register for and take the CMT exams, all candidates must be active members of the MTA. To learn more about MTA member benefits, please click here.
CMT Level I and CMT Level II are multiple choice exams while CMT Level III is in short answer 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
Value of the CMT Charter
The Chartered Market Technician (CMT) Program offers a structured approach to study technical analysis. The CMT charter can help to open doors that may lead to future job opportunities, and demonstrates to clients and potential clients, employers and potential employers, and your colleagues and peers that you are a professional in the field of Technical Analysis. It also separates yourself from other professionals in your industry. It is a perfect complement to your fundamental knowledge of the financial industry.
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