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Chartered Market Technician® Program

CMT Level I

Focusing on the basic knowledge of the terminology and analytical tools used in technical analysis.

Date: December 6 – December 15, 2019

CMT Level II

Measuring the candidate’s competency in the application of concepts, theory, and techniques covered by the required readings.

Date: December 6 – December 15, 2019

CMT Level III

Integrates the candidate’s understanding of the concepts identified in Level I with the practical application learned in Level II.

Next Exam Date: December 12, 2019

CMT Charterholders Worldwide

CMT Charterholders Worldwide

Top 15 Employers of CMT Members

MORGAN STANLEY • WELLS FARGO • BANK OF AMERICA • CHARLES SCHWAB • FIDELITY • RBC (CM & DS) • WELLINGTON MANAGEMENT • BLOOMBERG, LP • UBS • CIBC • CREDIT SUISSE • TD AMERITRADE • BMO NESBITT BURNS • NDR • BARCLAYSCMT Charterholders Worldwide

Becoming a Candidate

Even for those experienced in charting the markets, the CMT Program offers proven tools to successfully navigate the gap between price and value and make your career set sail. Whether you dive headfirst into the CMT Level I Exam curriculum, or choose to become an Affiliate member to explore the CMT Association’s networking options and industry connections first, you must enroll as a Candidate in order to register to take the exam. 

Become an Affiliate
1

Enroll in the CMT Program

Create an account on the CMT Association website and pay the one-time $250 enrollment fee associated with the exam cycle in which you plan to take your first test.

2

Register for Your Exam

During the enrollment process, you will register for the CMT Level I Exam with the CMT Association.

3

Study and Prepare

Purchase the updated CMT Level I Curriculum and develop a self-study plan encompassing the curriculum’s content.

4

Schedule Your Exam with Prometric

Contact the Prometric Testing Center in your area to schedule a final date and time for your exam during the testing window.

 

Is the CMT Program right for me?

The CMT designation develops deep knowledge in technical analysis and will directly impact the work of portfolio managers, hedge fund managers, investment advisors, RIAs, investment strategists, heads of research, and chief investment officers.

If you’re interested in market behavior, the gap between intrinsic value and market price, behavioral finance, quantitative systems design and risk management, the CMT Program is for you.

Please note that the CMT Association complies with The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Policy, and is unable to work with individuals who live in countries subject to certain sanctions.

Frequently Asked Questions

For more information, please visit the CMT Program FAQ Page.

For more information, please visit the CMT Program FAQ Page.