From the Executive’s Desk
The spring CMT examination “window” is from April 25 – May 5, 2007. The entire MTA Staff would like to wish all of the CMT Exam test takers the best of luck. During this tough and stressful time, feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.
This month we have a very special event, the Annual Education Seminar. Being held in New York City from May 18th-19th, we have some of the finest technicians presenting on a wide array of topics. We strongly urge our membership to try and attend, especially those in the NY area. I would also like to thank our sponsors, TradeStation, ProShares, Fidelity, Bloomberg, and eSignal for contributing to what is shaping up to be a sensational event.
I would also like to thank those of you who have mailed back your proxy cards for the Board vote. For those of you that have not done so, please try and have your proxy mailed to us by May 17th. Your input is important to the MTA! The voting proxy cards will be counted at the MTA’s Annual Meeting, held on May 20th, at 10:15 AM EST. All of you are invited to attend this meeting, and to join us at the MTA Headquarters for an open house and breakfast earlier that morning (9:00 AM – 10:15 AM).
I look forward to the opportunity to seeing you at these two important MTA events.
MTA Executive Director
Technical Analysis of Stock Trends, Ninth Edition By Robert D. Edwards, John Magee and W. H. C. Bassettiby Michael Carr, CMT & Robert D. Edwards & Charles Bassetti
If Edwards and Magee wrote the bible of technical analysis in 1948 when they first published “Technical Analysis of Stock Trends,” then why do we need a Ninth Edition of their classic? This...
JOHN MAGEEby George A. Schade, Jr., CMT
This article was originally published in “Technically Speaking” in April 2005 and is being reprinted this month as part of our focus on Edwards & Magee. John Magee is one of the most well...
W. H. C. Bassettiby Michael Carr, CMT
Before reading the ninth edition of Technical Analysis of Stock Trends, I asked myself what type of person would take on the task of updating the bible of technical analysis? This daunting task was...
Meet the MTA Staff
When you call the MTA Headquarters in New York City, chances are the first person who will answer the phone is Cassandra Townes. Cassandra joined us in January 2003, and, along with handling our...
HOW THEY DO IT WILLIAM O’DONNELL Technical Analyst UBS US Interest Rates Strategy Groupby Molly Schilling
UBS built their USA Headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut – just 45 minutes by train out of New York City. The architecture is stunning – a contemporary design with huge 5 story windows across...
New Educational Content This Month
December 6, 2023
Marrying Fundamental and Technical Analysis for Independent RIAs
Presenter(s): David Rath
November 22, 2023
Utilizing Trend & Mean Reversion in Breadth Studies to Gauge Market Conditions
Presenter(s): Victor Riesco
November 18, 2023
Beating the Bench
Presenter(s): Scott Brown, CMT