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The Australian Technical Analysts Association is for people who are interested in the analysis of financial instruments based on available market data. To invest or trade financial instruments in the markets, there are basically two approaches to assess opportunities: fundamental analysis and technical analysis.

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  • Our Updated Website Is Live 10-Apr-2020

    We've launched a new and improved version of our website today! It may look quite familiar from the front, but it's been rebuilt in the back to streamline operations and ensure we are able to more easily administer the site going forward.

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  • Covid-19 & ATAA 10-Apr-2020

    Due to the Covid-19 outbreak and the social distancing restrictions on non-essential gatherings now in place, the ATAA have unfortunately had to take the decision to cancel the ATAA Conference in May and face-to-face meetings for the near future. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you if you were planning to attend the conference or the local Chapter meeting. We plan to reschedule the conference for a similar time next year (May 2021), assuming things have returned to normal by then....

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  • ATAA Home Study Course 13-Dec-2019

    We are please to advise that the Home Study Course is now available on the ATAA website. The course is for students of technical analysis who wish to learn at their own pace. It is aimed at the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA) Certified Financial Technician (CFTe) internationally recognised qualification. The qualification is achieved after passing the IFTA CFTe Part 1 and Part 2 examinations. The Home Study Course is a proprietary e-learning course. Although website...

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