The Association of Technical Market Analysts (ATMA) is a not-for-profit organization for Financial Technical Analysts, registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 as well as the Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950.
Main objectives of the ATMA are to arrange appropriate education of the public-at-large, the investment community and its membership in the theory, practice and application of Financial Technical Analysis.
Attract and retain a membership of professionals who are making their efforts to using and expanding the field of Financial Technical Analysis and who are keen on sharing their body of knowledge with their fellow members.
Establish, maintain, and encourage the highest standards of professional competence and ethics among Financial Technical Analysts.
Educate the public and the investment community of the value and universality of Technical Analysis. Arrange for highly reputed speakers from across the globe to travel to India and to take good speakers from the Financial Markets in Mumbai and elsewhere in India into the deeper geographies in India.
Facilitate the media to be able to make appropriate and sound use of Technical Analysis in the counsel, advice and communications it makes to the investing public, by way of providing material, specific requests for training and access to Body of Knowledge.
Facilitate training of faculty at Business Schools interested in expanding their course offerings to Technical Analysis, assisting Business Schools with curriculum development and helping them find guest faculty on the subject.
Facilitating and sponsoring higher academic research on financial markets from the perspectives of Technical Analysis.
The ATMA mission is accomplished through the effective execution of a wide variety of professional services including, but not limited to, seminars, symposiums, educational meetings, conducting academic programs, examinations, building up and maintaining a library of Technical Analysis material and the regular publication of newsletters and journals.