As a member of the STA you have access to myriad resources, the most important of which are listed below.

Meetings and Events

The STA holds monthly meetings in the City of London, usually on the second Tuesday of every month, except for a summer break in August. At these meetings a technical analysts, broker or hedge fund manager etc. presents the latest techniques, research or forecasts using technical analysis. Each talk begins at 6pm, lasts about 45 minutes and is followed by a 10-15 minute question and answer session. The evening is then followed by a networking drinks reception with finger food from 7.00pm until 8.30pm. Members who cannot attend the monthly meetings in London can view these on the STA website a few days after the event.

Go to Meetings and Events

The STA Journal

The STA ‘Market Technician’ is the Journal of the STA and is published twice a year. In 2017 the journal was redesigned into electronic format only.

The ‘Market Technician’ is a respected journal which offers timely articles by expert members and guest writers on technical analysis, charting methods, book and software reviews as well as speaker notes from some of the monthly meetings.

Members are able to access an archive of past editions in the member’s area.

Technical analysts from all over the world are given the opportunity to submit articles to the STA ‘Market Technician.’ If you would like to contribute, please contact the editor via

Go to The STA Journal

IFTA 2014 Conference

The IFTA 2014 Conference was a resounding success, in terms of the investment themes it covered, key note speakers and the high number of attendees. Learn about the latest research in behavioural finance and technical analysis as if you had been at the event.

Browse our favourite videos or run through the whole three days of the conference in chronological order. Listen to the experiences of your peers and their opinions on the benefits of the conference. Every lecture and panel discussion has something of interest for both novices and professionals alike.

Go to IFTA 2014 Conference


The STA has an extensive library of classic technical analysis texts. There are over 1000 books in the collection. These are held at the Barbican Library in London and members can obtain free membership of the library upon request. A selection of books is also available at the City Business Library which is a reference library.

Go to Library

Latest IFTA Webinar

IFTA is holding a series of webinars which STA members have access to.

Go to Latest IFTA Webinar

Useful Links

Please find below useful links to the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA) and its member societies (such as the STA).

Go to Useful Links
Share Share Share Share Share

Blog Latest Posts

Blog: Latest Posts

Sign up to the STA newsletter

Sign up to the STA newsletter

Our newsletter is designed to bring you the latest information on technical analysis, educational courses, conferences and events . Sign up now!

Previous Newsletter Archive

* required

Sign up to the STA newsletter