Edward Goettig, CMT

Edward Goettig, CMT

Edward Goettig, CMT, started his financial career serving in different banking capacities. He received licenses in securities and has an extensive working trading knowledge in Currencies, Securities, Derivatives, Futures, Bonds, and Treasuries. He has worked for several years on a trading desk dealing with mortgage-backed securities and federal funds and
also managed the bank’s solvency through the Federal Reserve Bank, which involved actively managing a large account and worked for Charles Schwab in Phoenix in the business development department.

Currently, he is an educator/trainer with Investools Inc, a subsidiary of thinkorswim Group. He teaches about the financial markets and assists other individual investor to gain a better knowledge and understanding to trade these markets. He has taught thousands of individual investors how to be a better investor and technical analysis is one of the emphases that he focuses on. He looks forward to continuing the pursuit of the MTA to increase awareness and understanding of technical analysis in the financial world and other industries.

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Letter from the Editor

This month’s issue brings a great deal of news about our organization. To paraphrase Executive Director Tom Silveri’s excellent presentation at the May Symposium, “The state of the MTA is stronger than it has ever been.” The letters from Past President Phil Roth and newly inducted President Larry Berman describe some of the efforts which have led to our growth and strength over the past few years. We also have a detailed report about the MTA Educational Foundation course being taught at the University of Richmond. The Foundation has been actively promoting technical analysis within the academic community for a number  of years. For those interested in learning more about this organization, more details can be found at their web site, A redesign of the site is currently underway, so check back often for the latest information. Three pages of Technically Speaking are devoted to the life and work of Ian Notley, who will be missed by all who had the pleasure of meeting him. Ian’s work is certainly important, and we are able to present a few examples. We also hope you’ll take the time to read the remarks of Ian McAvity and Karl Wagner. We received several other remembrances of Ian that we didn’t have room to print. This space is not just to pay tribute to a life well lived. Ian inspired many during his career, and we hope that more will be inspired by reading about him. He embodied all that the MTA is – knowledge, innovation, friendship, and mentorship.

In Memoriam Ian Sydney Notley It is with great sadness that we report the passing of long-time MTA Member and friend, Ian Sydney Notley. Our thoughts are with him and his family

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