From the Executive’s Desk
I am pleased to report that we had one of our most successful Education Seminars (May 18-19, 2007) to date! Our Seminar was well attended and from the results of the surveys, it was well received by the participants. We are always anxious to make constant improvements to our Seminar experiences and we will be reviewing all suggestions carefully and adjusting our Seminar formats to provide the best experience for our participants.
Two things you will easily see as adjustments recently made by the MTA:
- We have decided that the quality of our webcasts needed to be improved as, with increased regularity, it is a key modality for the dissemination of our technical analysis information to our Membership. Our website now has many of our Spring Seminar presentations displayed. I believe you will see a noticeable improvement in view-ability. I urge you to take a look (www.mta.org). We intend to continue this process and build an archive of nformation as we webcast local chapter meetings, informational sessions, market forecast panels, etc.
- By the time you read this, you will see some of the improvements that have been recently made to the www.mta.org website. Information has been re-categorized, redesigned, etc. to make it easier to navigate and get to the information you need in a minimum of effort. We have added information on the ‘Home Page” and added a “Prospective Member Page” to help those interested in the pursuit of technical analysis make decisions in this area.
Lastly, we are working hard “behind the scenes” on seeing what we can do to expand member knowledge concerning the current job market environment. We have randomly conducted some surveys (selectively so as not to overload members with e-mail), explored possibilities for adjustments and will be executing some activities in this area within the next quarter.
MTA Executive Director
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