Stock predicting with Google TensorFlow 2 Colab Python

(Last Updated On: April 19, 2019)
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Check out this article I posted yesterday which lit up my Facebook. This was the new Google Colab that work with TensorFflow really nice.

Stock predictor with Google TensorFlow 2 Colab Python

Add in the Google Colab environment, you will have fun working with this stuff. Here is a video demonstrating both the TensorFlow 2 for stock predicting. This is most the likely future of machine learning for the quant finance world.

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