University Hosts 2010 Market Technicians Association’s (MTA) USA Mid-West Regional Seminar on Friday, October 1
The University will host the 2010 Market Technicians Association’s (MTA) USA Mid-West Regional Seminar on Friday, October 1 in the Bishop James A. Griffin Student Center, 1216 Sunbury Road, Columbus, 43219. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. in the lobby. Parking for guests will be available in the gold parking lot. The seminar is sponsored by ProShares and TradeStation Securities.
The seminar will feature a panel discussion, presentations from industry leaders and workshops as well as a breakfast and lunch. The panel members are David Keller, CMT (Managing Director of Research, Fidelity Investments), Mike Hurley, CMT (Portfolio Manager, Incline Capital) Jeff Cheah, CMT (Chief Technical Analyst, Thomson Reuters).
The scheduled presentations include: Bernie Schaeffer (Chairman & CEO, Schaeffer's Investment Research / Market Analyst / Author), Jeffery E. Lay, CMT (President and Founder, Talon Eight Global Wealth Management), and Ralph Vince (Author of many books, including “Portfolio Management Formulas" and "The New Money Management"). All the presentations are approved for Continuing Education Credits for the CFP Program. For a complete schedule as well as registration, visit the MTA website at https://www.mta.org/eweb/dynamicpage.aspx?webcode=technical-analysis-regional-seminars.
The event is free and open to the public. MTA members may register on the MTA website and non members may contact Courtney Musarra, 646-652-3300.
MTA’s objective is to educate the investment community and MTA members in technical analysis. More than 3,700 analysts and related market professionals in over 73 countries are members of the MTA. The MTA is responsible for the creation, oversight, administration and regulation of the CMT designation. The CMT is the only technical analysis designation recognized by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). It is also the only designation for technical analysts that qualifies as a “Series 86” exemption upon passing levels 1 and 2 of the CMT exam. For more information, please visit www.mta.org.