The Nippon Technical Analysts Association of Japan (NTAA), established in 1978, is a non-profit organization. The NTAA is dedicated to the development of technical analysis and to promoting greater use and correct understanding of technical analysis as a vital investment tool. The primary focus of the Association is educating its members with integrated and practical knowledge of technical analysis to be effective market professionals.
Besides our educational mandate, the NTAA also has the following aims:
– To provide an outlet for the exchange of information, ideas and materials.
– To be a forum where analysts both inside and outside Japan can meet and exchange ideas.
– To help raise community recognition of, and respect for, technical analysis.
– To promote academic research in the field of financial technical analysis.
– To serve the investment community and contribute as a whole to society by disseminating sound investment practices.
To achieve these goals, the Association sponsors a series of activities throughout the year. These activities include market analysis/investment management seminars and sending qualified lectures to educational institutions.
As Japan’s largest society for technical analysts with over 2,000 members, our current members include fund managers and investment analysts at asset management firms, institutional traders, research analysts at securities firms and independent research houses, bankers, stock brokers, hedge fund marketers, financial advisors, market newsletter writers, individual investors and traders, as well as academics.
The NTAA is affiliated with the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA). All NTAA members in good standing are automatically member colleagues of the IFTA.
Nippon Technical Analysts Association(NTAA)
The NTAA office is located in the Kabutocho financial district of Tokyo, just in front of the main gate of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) Building.
Address: Kabuto-cho Heiwa Building 4F, 3-3 Kabuto-cho, Nihombashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0026 JAPAN
– 3 minute-walk from Kayabacho Metro Station (on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line and Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line)
– 4 minute-walk from Nihonbashi Metro Station (on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, and Toei Asakusa Line)
– 15 minute-walk from JR Tokyo Station (the central train station of Tokyo, from/at which Shinkansen bullet trains leave/arrive)