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The Admissions Committee reviews all CMT Association applications for full member status. This includes reviewing all documentation and examples of work submitted, as well as reviewing the required 3 sponsor questionnaires and resolving any outstanding issues that arise during the application process. The Committee then makes recommendations to the Board of Directors for acceptance or rejection.
Responding to demand from many technicians and CMT Association members, the Board of Directors and staff have formed a committee to evaluate actionable ways to increase understanding, awareness and opportunity in the financial marketplace for technical analysis and its practitioners. The Advocacy Committee seeks ways to address the following:
The responsibility of the CMT Curriculum and Test Committee includes reviewing the development of the CMT curriculum and reviewing the contents of the exam.
The Ethics & Standards Committee investigates all ethical complaints filed in accordance with the CMT Association constitution and by-laws. Additionally, it considers revisions or modifications to the Code of Ethics before changes are presented to the membership for their approval. This committee works in close cooperation with the Rules Committee to ensure that all complaints are held in the strictest of confidence.
The Journal Committee publishes an annual journal for the CMT Association membership containing in-depth research articles and papers on technical subjects, submitted by the membership and others in the academic and analytical community.
The Rules Committee conducts an annual review of the CMT Association Constitution, as well as encouraging members to submit suggestions and proposals which the Committee reports to the Board of Directors. Only members in good standing are eligible to serve on this committee.
The Seminar Committee puts together the CMT Association Annual Symposium held in New York every spring. The symposium is devoted to exploring emerging techniques in the field of technical analysis as well as re-examining changing points of view on more classic styles.