“It’s great to see the MTA and the CMT charter get this recognition” says Phil Roth, Interim Executive Director of the Market Technicians Association.
NEW YORK, NY (PRWEB) October 07, 2015
The Market Technicians Association (MTA), the governing body for the Chartered Market Technician ® (CMT) Program, is pleased to announce the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance, Department of Securities has added the the Chartered Market Technician ®(CMT) to the list of acceptable designations under Section 8-1102(1) of the Securities Act of Nebraska.
“It’s great to see the MTA and the CMT charter get this recognition,” says Phil Roth, Interim Executive Director of the Market Technicians Association. “This decision by the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance puts the CMT in the same category as other notable financial industry designations and is another important step in increasing the awareness about the use of technical analysis in the investment industry.”
More information on the opinion can be found at http://www.ndbf.ne.gov/forms/secIO-26.pdf
About the Market Technicians Association (MTA)
The Market Technicians Association (MTA) is a not-for-profit member association of over 4,500 investment professionals in 85 countries. The mission of the MTA is to establish and maintain the highest professional standards among technical analysts by educating the investment community about the theory, practice and application of technical analysis.
The MTA is the home of the Chartered Market Technician® (CMT) Program, the preeminent, global designation for technical analysis and the only technical analysis designation recognized by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) qualifying candidates for a Series 86 exemption upon passing Levels I & II of the CMT exam. The Chartered Market Technician® designation is awarded to those who demonstrate mastery of a core body of knowledge of investment risk in portfolio management settings.
Examinations for the CMT Program are administered twice a year in April and October at Prometric testing centers around the world. For complete information, please visit http://www.mta.org.