If anyone is interested in market behavior, the gap between intrinsic value and market price, behavioral finance, quantitative systems design and risk management, the CMT Program is best for them.
WHY CMT Course?
The CMT charter puts you on the leading edge of the ever-changing investment industry
Once CMT Course
Chart & Pattern Analysis
Selection & Decision Making
Theory & History
Who should become a CMT?
Technical Investment Strategies
Job positions after CMT?
- Portfolio or Hedge Fund Manager
- Investment Adviser
- Investment Strategist
- Trading Analyst
- Heads of Research
- Chief Investment Officer
Certified & Professional Trainers
Our faculties are qualified & industry experts with significant experience in their domain.
Live Instructor Led Training
We conduct live classes through GoToMeeting, Zoom and other live meeting software.
Cloud e-learning portal
Get live class notifications, view class recordings, or practice questions all in one access.
Flexible Batch Timings
All our batch schedules are designed to support work while you study principle.
We guide you to benefit from the newly acquired global professional certification.
Reputed Study Materials
We provide internationally reputed study materials with our customized success slides.
Exam Pass Guarantee
We guarantee you’ll pass your exam on the first attempt. Learn more.
HOW TO BECOME A CMT
ENROLL IN THE CMT PROGRAM
REGISTER FOR THE EXAM
STUDY & PREPARE
SCHEDULE EXAM WITH PROMETRIC
The CMT Exams are open to current and aspiring professionals with an interest in developing skills for better investment decisions. The CMT Designation is formally recognized by FINRA and establishes credibility for individuals seeking new career opportunities in the financial services industry.
The CMT Program consists of three levels: Level I and Level II are entirely multiple-choice exams while Level III is short answer and multiple-choice question format.
As of January 2019, the CMT Association discontinued its membership requirement for candidates. Find out more here. The exams for all three levels are administered twice a year, in June and December. Candidates may only take one exam per administration.
The difficulty level of the exam is fairly reasonable as reflected from historical pass rates of around 70%
The ethics questions are comprehensive and shouldn’t be treated lightly. All three exams require independent study. The CMT Association recommends 80-120 hours of study for Level I; 100-140 hours for Level II; and 120-160 hours for Level III.