A job this size will require the assistance of many people to write articles, to serve as reviewers, and to promote the journal.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 14, 2011
The Market Technicians Association, Inc., the leading organization for technical analysis professionals and the governing body for the Chartered Market Technician (CMT) designation, today announces the selection of a new Editor for the Journal of Technical Analysis.
The newly selected Editor is Julie Dahlquist, Ph.D., CMT, senior lecturer, Department of Finance, at the University of Texas at San Antonio College of Business. Julie is also the co-winner of the 2011 Charles H. Dow Award for a paper she co-authored titled Analyzing Gaps for Profitable Trading Strategies.
“I am excited to serve the MTA as Editor of the Journal of Technical Analysis,” said Julie. “A job this size will require the assistance of many people to write articles, to serve as reviewers, and to promote the journal. I look forward to working with the MTA staff and membership as we publish the premier journal in the field, presenting research relevant to the theory, practice and application of Technical Analysis.”
“We are truly honored to have Julie Dahlquist as our next Editor of the Journal,” said David Keller, CMT, President of the MTA. “The field of Technical Analysis and the MTA have greatly benefited from Julie’s work as an educator and professional. We look forward to seeing the direction that she takes the Journal of Technical Analysis and are excited to work with her.”
The Market Technicians Association’s objective is to educate the investment community and MTA members in technical analysis. More than 4,000 analysts and related market professionals in over 75 countries are members of the MTA. The MTA is responsible for the creation, oversight, administration and regulation of the CMT designation. The CMT is the only technical analysis designation recognized by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). It is also the only designation for technical analysts that qualifies as a “Series 86” exemption upon passing levels 1 and 2 of the CMT exam.
For more information, please visit http://www.mta.org.