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MTAEF in Academia

The MTAEF has developed a complete 12-lecture Technical Analysis course including all necessary charts and exhibits.  The content in this course is based primarilly on the teachings in the textbook “Technical Analysis – The Complete Resource for Financial Market Technicians (2nd Edition)” by Charles D. Kirkpatrick II, CMT and Julie R. Dahlquist, PhD, CMT.

The MTAEF’s commitment to introduce Technical Analysis into colleges and universities includes:

  • Guest speakers for professors’ classes
  • Training for college/university professors

Course materials to include…

Lecture Subjects…

  • Introduction to Technical Analysis
  • Chart Construction
  • Trend Analysis
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Volume Studies
  • Momentum Indicators
  • Cycle Theory
  • Point & Figure Charting
  • Intermarket Analysis
  • Sentiment & Supply/Demand
  • Relative Strength
  • Technical Analysis & Portfolio Management

For more information on our Technical Analysis curriculum, or to organize a course in your college or university, please contact us!


What's Happening at the MTAEF
Information on the latest news and upcoming events.

Nov. 28th, 2016

The 2016 Market Technicians Association Educational Foundation annual fundraiser was held on October 26th at The Yale Club of New York City. This yearly event is an important source of funding that contributes to the foundation’s ongoing efforts to establish, … Continue reading

Aug. 14th, 2015

Phil Roth, CMT recently made public his Masters Thesis, “Investors Make Bottoms; Traders Make Tops.”  Below, you can find an abstract from the paper: Preface My intention is not to defend or deny the theories of “Behavioral Finance”.  It has long … Continue reading