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Chartered Market Technician

Online CMT - Chartered Market Technician Course
Complete Program in the Field of Research & Trading Strategies

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Study with the Official 2019 CMT Curriculum & Wiley CMT® Exam Review

  • Print, ebook or both
  • Official guidebook of the Chartered Market Technician Exam®
  • Complete coverage of required Body of Knowledge
  • Lesson Assessment Questions designed to test your understanding
  • Hundreds of Official Sample Questions from the CMT
  • Over 4 hours of video lectures from a top CMT instructor
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Job Oriented Program
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Private Banks & MNC's
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Broad Area of Research
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Global Presence

Chartered Market Technician (LEVEL I)

Constructing Charts: 5%
Scaling methods (arithmetic, logrithmic, semi-log)
Line charts
Bar charts
Candlestick charts
Point and figure charts
Volume

Trend Analysis: 16%
Trendlines
Regression analysis
Moving averages

Chart and Pattern Analysis: 23%
Classic pattern recognition
Candlestick pattern recognition
Elliot Wave principal
Fibonacci price analysis
Support and resistance
Relative strength index (RSI)
Moving average convergence/divergence (MACD)
Bollinger bands
Stochastics

Confirmation: 3%
Open interest and volume

Theory and History: 9%
History of financial markets (historical market events, bubbles, crashes)
History of technical analysis
Modern Portfolio Theory
Dow theory
Behavioral finance

Markets 5%
Historical market data (non-trading days/hours, characteristics of various markets)
Traditional asset classes (equities, fixed income, commodities)
Alterative asset classes (derivatives, private equity, managed futures, real estate)
Currencies
Non-US markets
Market indices
Exchanges

Markets Indicators: 7%
Breadth indicators (A/D, up/down, volume)
Index construction
Government/Fed reports (treasury data, monetary policy, Fed holdings, CPI)
Private money flows (mutual fund holdings, corporate liquidity holdings)
Sentiment measures (put-call ratio, investor polls)
Volatility (VIX, historical, implied)

Cycles: 5%
Business cycles

Selection and Decision: 13%
Relative strength
Forecasting techniques (pattern and trend recognition)

System Testing: 5%
Backtesting
Order execution and slippage

Statistical Analysis: 6%
Descriptive statistics (mean, median, mode)

ETHICS AND STANDARDS OF PRACTICE – 3%

Chartered Market Technician (LEVEL II)

Constructing Charts: 3%
Volume

Trend Analysis: 15%
Trendlines
Multiple time frame analysis
Breakouts (from channels or chart patterns)
Moving averages
Trend strength indicators (DMI, ADX, etc.)

Chart and Pattern Analysis: 15%
Gap analysis
Support and resistance

Confirmation: 6%
Oscillators and divergence
Sector rotation
Intermarket signals

Theory and History: 5%
Behavioral finance
Adaptive Market Hypothesis

Market Indicators: 8%
Breadth indicators (A/D, up/down volume)
Index construction
Sentiment measures (put-call radio, investor polls)
Volatility (VIX, historical, implied)

Cycles: 3%
Seasonal cycle

Selection and Decision: 10%
Non-correlated assets
Relative strength
Forecasting technique (pattern and trend recognition)

Risk Management: 15%
Absolute and relative risk (total risk v. risk compared to benchmark)
Risk modeling
Value at risk
Volatility risk
Liquidity risk
Diversification
Stops v. hedging
Leverage risk
Portfolio risk management (market neutral, hedging strategies)
Measures of risk (maximum cumulative drawdown, net profit to drawdown, maximum consecutive losses, largest losses, longest flat time, time to recovery, maximum favorable and adverse excursions)
Risk-based performance measures

System Testing – 10%
Algorithmic development
Optimizing entry and exit rules
Equity curve analysis
Position size rules (Tharp’s methods, Kelly criterion, Optimal f)
Profit measures (profit factor, outlier-adjusted profit to loss, percentage of winning trades, annualized rate of return, payoff ratio, length of average winning trade, efficiency factor)

Statistical Analysis: 7%

Inferential statistics (correlation, regression, t-test)

ETHICS AND STANDARDS OF PRACTICE – 3%

Chartered Market Technician (LEVEL III)

Risk Management – 21%

Risk management (basics of probability & statistics, modeling risk factors, number of assets and impact on portfolio, managing risk through correlation, VAR, performance and risk metrics, market volatility and fat-tailed distributions, correlation and diversification, managing individual trade risk, managing risk for an entire portfolio)
Position sizing
Quantitative and Statistical analysis
System development and testing

Asset Relationships – 18%
Intermarket analysis
Relative strength
Sector rotation

Portfolio Management – 18%
Portfolio management (performance measurement, portfolio allocation, asset correlation, asset allocation, alternative investments, risk management with alternatives)

Classical Methods – 21%
Sentiment
Market breadth
Market forecasting
Price patterns
Volume study and analysis
Candlestick analysis
Oscillators or various technical studies

Behavioral Finance – 10%
Behavioral finance

Volatility Analysis: 7%
Volatility Analysis

ETHICS AND STANDARDS OF PRACTICE – 5%

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Technical Analyst

Every Brokerage house required analyst to help their customers in personal to take wise & viable decision making to trade in various instrument in the financial markets.Brokerage Houses business is mainly depend on analyst performance which create best return for the customers.

Derivative Analyst

All financial decision making requires best trading strategy that works in all kind of markets. For maximize profits every investor require trading strategy with minimize risk involved in portfolio. Derivative analyst help customers to create most suitable trading strategy according to the condition prevail in markets.

Investment Advisors

Now a days brokers provide complete financial planning solution which includes investment, insurance, retirement planning & tax planning.They provide personalized services & solutions to their customers to fulfill their financial needs on every day basis.

Registered Research Analyst

Candidate is ready to become registered research analyst licensed by SEBI to provide the research & trading strategies to their customers . Candidate also represent their advises on the public domain like website or financial news channel.

Relationship Manager

Relationship manager play a vital role in the revenue generation for the organization. He is manage front end operation & directly managing customers on personal basis. A active & efficient relationship manager create brand & reputation & help organization to achieve their goals.

Portfolio Manager

After attaining the necessary skill , knowledge of markets & tools & application of trading strategies in real time markets along with back testings. Candidate also offering services of personalized portfolio management services or working with the portfolio management services based companies.

why us ?

We are keep close working with industry needs & customized our program

Live Interships

To create corporate ready students we manage to provide internship with stipend and also provide certain industry certifications by professional bodies .

100% Job Oriented

We constantly connect with the industry people nd many recruiters to provide best advantage to the CMT students.

Industry Expert Faculty

Faculty in CMT Course require Industry Experts which also provide industry insights and current trend and changes in the Investment analysis & Technical Research Field.