Chartered Market Technician (CMT) Past Papers, Level I and Level II

Chiefton

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I have two of the latest past papers, unmarked and in excellent condition.

They are priced at around US$60 each of buying them from the CMT, so about GBP£38 each.

I paid GBP£90 delivered for the two from the USA (papers+shipping). I have Level I and Level II.

Looking for GBP£22 for each - they are new. Postage free in the UK, add £3 for posting abroad.

An essential resource for anybody studying for the CMT exams! You will know what to expect in the exam on the day!

 

Chiefton

Junior member
42 3
I have replied to the PMs received :)

FYI, use the currency conversion tool on xe.com to work out prices in different currencies.

:)
 

Chiefton

Junior member
42 3
Offers are invited for either and / or both.

If I have mispriced, let me know, but I think I am being reasonable. You can only get these from the CMT direct and mine are in excellent condition.

:)
 

samuelhogg

Well-known member
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Any tips for level 2?

Seems to be a lot on Point & Figure but no P&F book in recommended reading.
 

samuelhogg

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259 5
I have just returned the practice exams for 2 & 3 to MTA as I was not happy with the quality of the booklet, they were just like photocopies and were not worth $120. Level 1 booklet was not like that.

Roll on April.
 

Chiefton

Junior member
42 3
I have just returned the practice exams for 2 & 3 to MTA as I was not happy with the quality of the booklet, they were just like photocopies and were not worth $120. Level 1 booklet was not like that.

Roll on April.
Strange. Mine are proper booklets on quality paper, stapled through the middle.

They sent you photocopies for US$120? What's happened to their ethics?

Perhaps demand overhwhelmed them and they sent out photocopies due to no stock? Either way, not good!
 

songcon

Active member
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Any tips for level 2?

Seems to be a lot on Point & Figure but no P&F book in recommended reading.
P&F charts seem to be very intimidating but actually it's fairly simple. Johnm Murphy's website:
Stockcharts.com has more than enough information for your education on P&F if
you want to study in depth on that, see below.

This article is on MTA publication, the author is a CMT and author of a thick book on P&F charts,
the last issue of the MTA association also has an article on P&F.
http://sfomag.com/article.aspx?ID=1388&issueID=c

You can learn the P&F common patterns right here:
http://stockcharts.com/school/doku.php?id=chart_school:chart_analysis:pnf_charts#p_f_chart_patterns
 

samuelhogg

Well-known member
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Thank you gents.

The article is by Jeremy du Plessis who is one of the founders of Updata (http://www.updata.co.uk/TA/About-Us.aspx) and is also a member of the Society of Technical Analysts (http://www.sta-uk.org/). I believe he does evening lecture on P&F for these studies.

Just reading the material on Elliot Wave but when I finish I think I will make a start on P&F, not my favourite if I am honest but very important if I want the CMT.

Merry Xmas.
 

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