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Why join the STA? The Society of Technical Analysts (STA) is the UK association for technical analysts. Its main aim is to promote technical analysis and its use in the investment community. It is one of the largest technical analysis organisations in the world with more than 1250 members. Learn more and meet fellow practitioners:
With more than 1250 members the STA is one of the largest technical analysis not-for-profit organisations in the world.
Ask the experts. Professional technical analysts working at major banks and other financial institutions are members and attend the monthly meetings. An important part of these meetings is the informal, social gathering, conversation and networking that follows the main talk. The monthly talks can count as part of your CISI accredited CPD (Continuous Professional Development) requirement as well as expanding your knowledge and appreciation of technical analysis. Leading overseas visitors also speak to the Society and talks are videoed (available to members only). The STA Education Programme: STA Education runs the Diploma Part 1 and Part 2 courses so that complete newcomers and experienced professionals can gain the STA Diploma, the international two-stage qualification in technical analysis. Candidates having successfully passed both levels of the Diploma are eligible to receive IFTA CFTe II accreditation.
Advantages of membership Established in 1968 the STA offers its members: Education
Meetings Research Representation Discounts Job Board
Education Introductory and advanced courses, Home Study Course and monthly lectures. Accreditation The STA Diploma is recognised as an international two-stage professional qualification and is accredited by the CISI and IFTA. Meetings The chance to meet and discuss with like-minded people as well as listen to the experts. The main talk is also made available in video format for those unable to make the meetings. Research The STA Journal regularly publishes papers on technical analysis techniques and approaches. Representation The STA represents the UK at the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA). Discounts Discounts are available to members on a range of products from books to data.
Job Board Vacancies are listed in the membersâ€™ section on the website.
Types of membership Type
Associate members who have joined the STA but have not yet passed the STA Diploma exam.
Full membership is awarded to those who have passed the STA Diploma exam, or who possess a recognised professional equivalent as determined by the executive committee of the STA. Members are entitled to use the initials ‘MSTA’ after their name.
Fellows are members who have been deemed by the STA board to have made an outstanding contribution to the subject of technical analysis and/or the workings of the STA. Fellows have use of all the society’s facilities, are entitled to use the accreditation ‘FSTA’ and have a vote at all general meetings of the STA, just like any other full member.
The STA, the UK society with a global reach
The International Federation of Technical Analysts:
Accreditation and Continuing Professional Development:
Incorporated in 1986 IFTA is the global organisation of market analysis societies and associations. IFTA is an international non-profit organisation with member societies in 23 countries. The Society of Technical Analysts is a founding member of IFTA and with over 1250 members one of its largest member societies. As an STA member you become part of a British institution with a truly international network.
The STA Diploma qualification is accredited by the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI). Students not only receive CISI accredited CPD points but are also given exemptions to certain CISI examinations and membership on passing the STA Diploma. Visit the STA website www.sta-uk.org for more details.
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