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Chartered Market Technician (CMT®)
The 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. CMT® Level 1 and CMT® Level 2 are multiple choice exams while CMT® Level 3 is in short answer form. The CMT® designation is granted by the Market Technicians Association (“MTA”).
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.
In order to be granted the CMT® designation, all candidates must meet the following requirements:
• Successful completion of all 3 levels of the CMT® Exam.
• Obtained 'Member Status' in the MTA.
• Have been gainfully employed in a professional analytical or investment management capacity for a minimum period of 3 years and must be regularly engaged in this capacity at the time of successfully passing all 3 levels of the CMT® Exam.
The CMT® examinations test the critical knowledge and tasks needed to perform the duties as a technical analyst. The three-part examination consists of:
CMT® Level 1 (Definition). The Level 1 examination measures basic, entry-level competence and understanding of the candidate. The CMT® Level 1 candidate needs to have a working knowledge of the basic tools of the technical analyst.
CMT® Level 2 (Definition/Application). The CMT® Level 2 examination requires the candidate to demonstrate a greater depth of analysis and competency. The CMT® Level 2 candidate is expected to demonstrate proficiency in applying more advanced analytical techniques. Overall, the candidate is responsible for the theory and application of concepts and techniques.
CMT® Level 3 (Integration). The CMT® Level 3 examination tests the candidate on the development of logical and consistent research opinions, portfolio strategies and trading decisions based on a wide range of charts and technical data. The CMT® 3 candidate must pass the ethics portion of this exam or risk failure.
To maintain their status as a CMT® charter-holder, an individual must be a member of the MTA in good standing and abide by the MTA Code of Ethics.