The Egyptian Society of Technical Analysts ( ESTA )
Technical analysis is a security analysis discipline for forecasting the future direction of prices through the study of charts of past market data, primarily price and volume.
The Egyptian Society of Technical Analysts (ESTA) is the first professional technical analysis society in the Middle East.
ESTA is a non-profit organization & was established in year 2000. Its main aim is to disseminate & teach the science of technical analysis all around Egypt.
ESTA is a full member of the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA), and that placed the Egyptian Society of Technical Analysts (ESTA) as one of the top societies around the globe, along with STA (England), NTAA (Japan) & ATAA (Australia).
Certified ESTA Technical Analyst Program ( CETA )
The Egyptian Society of Technical Analysts (ESTA) provides its professional program of Technical Analysis which is currently acknowledged by the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA). The course name is CETA which is an abbreviation for Certified ESTA Technical Analyst.
CETA is the third certificate around the world after Japan & Australia's certificates that is accredited to be equivalent to the international Certificate of the international Federation of Technical Analysts (CFTe).
CETA Level 2- Exam Results
(29/12/2013) The Exam Result of CETA Level 3 has been revealed click here
CETA Level 3- Exam Results
(2/8/2013) The Exam Result of CETA Level 3 has been revealed click here
Technical Analysis Seminar in UAE
The Emirates securities and commodities authority "SCA" will sign a MOU with the international Federation of Technical Analysts "IFTA"
Mr. Mohamed Ashraf "ESTA Board member" will give a lecture in this event as he is the IFTA vice president for the middle East and Africa.
To download the event brochure please click here
THOMSON REUTERS FOCUS DAY
(9-3-2014) Its our pleasure to invite our members to join the workshop organized by THOMSON REUTERS with the Contribution by ESTA, that there will be a special session introduced by Mr. Mohamed Ashraf- ESTA board member and IFTA vice president for Middel East and Africa- titled by"The Relative Strength Index as a trading tool and a market trend identifier"