A quick reminder that the ATAA 2021 Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Tuesday evening (30 Nov 2021) online via Goto Meeting from 7:30PM -8:30 PM (AEDT) (Sydney/Melbourne time). For more information, click the Read More hyperlink.
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ATAA 2021 Virtual Conference Video’s now available
The videos and PowerPoints provided are available to conference delegates via the Events menu on the home page. Scroll down to the ATAA 2021 Virtual entry and the “2021 Conference Videos will pop out. That will take you to the presentation listing page.
The ATAA Board is pleased to announce the availability of the Online Introductory Technical Analysis course.
The course material is an online version of the Chartwise Market Solutions course previously offered around Australia between 1995 and 2018, and was the introduction to technical analysis for many of the ATAA Perth members.
Besides the 16 hours of training provided over 8 weeks, attendees also get the Modular Charts charting sofftware.
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 based, it is fully downloadable and may be used online or offline by PC, Mac, iPad or Android machines.
ATAA partnered with STA, the technical analysis organisation based in the United Kingdom, who developed the content. The course covers the syllabuses for both the Part 1 and the Part 2 examinations, offers 15 subject teaching units written specifically for it by leading market technicians (shown on the ATAA website). Each unit includes exercises to self-test progress. In addition, the course offers an exam preparation module as well as a supplement containing advice on technical analysis report writing. The course material is largely PDFs (over 500 pages) and includes videos and some dynamic graphics.
Information on the course, content and costs, including the introductory videos, can be seen on the ATAA website. You can also register and pay for the course on the ATAA website.