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Market Technicians Association

A professional organization for technical analysts. Technical analysts use statistics to determine trends in security prices, and make or recommend investment decisions based on those trends. They do not attempt to determine the intrinsic value of securities, but instead focus on matters such as trade volume, demand, and volatility. The MTA establishes standards of ethical practice among technical analysts, provides a forum for discussing issues in the field, and operates the Chartered Market Technician program.
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The concept that running the MTA should be in the hands of a special master or lawyers is, in our view, ludicrous.
Notwithstanding possible consequences, Bruce Ratner was thrilled about the MTA decision.
4 billion allocated in the capital program for expansion projects, Fitch expects the MTA will need to prioritize and/or slow progress on some elements of these multi-billion-dollar initiatives.
Villaraigosa's one-year term as chairman of the board will expire Saturday, and observers say the former labor negotiator had pushed the MTA and unions to make a deal before he passed the leadership role to county Supervisor Gloria Molina.
Grill, NCTM, of LaCrosse, Wisconsin, founded the LaCrosse Area MTA in 1980 and has been an active member of the LaCrosse Area MTA, serving as an officer or in other leadership roles.
If approved by voters in November, the Bond Act funding, the MTA will use its share to spend $450 million on East Side Access, $450 million for the 2nd Avenue Subway, $100 million for the JFK Rail Link; and $450 million for core infrastructure needs.
We are not anywhere near (exceeding) capacity of the line,'' said Gary Spivac, an MTA manager in charge of the San Fernando Valley.
Even with the MTA blessings, the game isn't over yet.
The experience for the bus riders is not the reduced overcrowding that the MTA promised to provide nine and a half years ago,'' said Richard Larson, an NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund attorney who representing the riders.
Peter Kalikow, MTA chairman wants a solution as soon as possible and expects bids to be presented to the MTA Board for consideration at its March 31 meeting.
The MTA is considering the creation of a new credit secured by 1/8% of the 3/8% regional sales tax deposited into the MMTOA.
Irrespective of the sins of the past, it is incumbent upon MTA to engage in rational decisions on their space utilization now," said Jon Coupal, president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association.