Preprint number: CP3-Origins-2010-37
We investigate the perturbative regime of the Minimal Supersymmetric Conformal Technicolor and show that it allows for a stable vacuum correctly breaking the electroweak symmetry. We find that the particle spectrum is richer than the MSSM one since it features several new particles stemming out from the new N = 4 sector of the theory. The parameter space of the new theory is reduced imposing naturality of the couplings and soft supersymmetry breaking masses, perturbativity of the model at the EW scale as well as phenomenological constraints. Our preliminary results on the spectrum of the theory suggest that the Tevatron and the LHC can rule out a significant portion of the parameter space of this model.