The CMT Atlanta Chapter is co-chaired by Dean Christians, CMT, Paul Wankmueller, CMT, and Marcia Richardson, CMT. Meetings are held throughout the year at the Terry College of Business in the Buckhead district of Atlanta. University of Georgia’s executive education center allows for a best in class professional presentation center and convenient networking space at the café next door.
CMT Atlanta co-chairs run programming that covers diverse aspects of portfolio management, quantitative research, and applied behavioral finance. The seminars always provide key takeaways on the integration of technical analysis in investment management from some of the top names in the industry.
We invite our Affiliates, Candidates, and Members to bring colleagues, clients or peers to any of our events at no cost and strive to further the profession with diverse opportunities in continuing education, advocacy, ethics awareness, and networking.
Participation in each Atlanta Chapter Meeting qualifies you for three (3) CMT Continuing Education (CE) Credits.

Chapter Chairs

Dean Christians, CMT

Dean Christians, who holds the Chartered Market Technician (CMT) designation, is currently a Vice President at Montag & Caldwell, which he joined in 1999. Previously, he worked as an equity and fixed income trader. He has also worked on the floor of the CBOT, co-founded DCFX Funds and traded a proprietary equity account for the Pinnacle Trading Group. Dean holds a

Paul Wankmueller

Paul Wankmueller, who holds the Chartered Market Technician (CMT) designation, is a Market Analyst at ICE. He began his career in commodities by working as a research analyst for Michel Marks and 816 Partners immediately after graduating from Monmouth University. With Michel’s recommendation, Paul went on to work with Prime International Trading, first in the coffee options