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The MTA Knowledge Base (KB) is a free repository of Technical Analysis information. The KB is broken down into various ‘domains,’ each covering a key generalized topic. It is structured in such a way that those visiting a domain can gain a full understanding of that specific topic.

Sharing knowledge base topics: General Principles, Flow of Funds, Chart Types, Intermarket Analysis, Chart Patterns, Trading Investing Strategies, Cycle Analysis, Statistics, Sentiment, Indicator Analysis (Trend and Momentum)

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The Australian Technical Analysts Association (ATAA) is an association of both professional technical analysts and anyone who uses technical analysis for private investing, trading or advising

The International Federation of Technical Analysts was incorporated in 1986 and is a global organization of market analysis societies and associations. IFTA is an international non-profit organization with member societies in 31 countries. The IFTA 25th Annual Conference will be hosted by the Technical Analysts Society Singapore (TASS) of Singapore

 

The Market Technicians Association (MTA) is the premier global organization for those interested in technical analysis. Membership includes technical analysts, portfolio managers, traders, investment advisors, market letter writers and others involved in the technical aspects of equities, futures, options, fixed income securities, currencies, international markets, derivatives, etc.

Jack Cahn is past director of the Market Technicians Association from 1989 – 1995, chaired the MTA newsletter and director of seminars, where he hosted the 1995 “Market Wizard’s” Seminar in Las Vegas, headline speakers included: Jack Schwager, Jimmy Rodgers, Trader Vic Sperandeo and Linda Bradford Raschke.