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Google TensorFlow short term stock market prediction machine learning

Google TensorFlow short term stock prediction machine learning

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In this post you will see an application of Convolutional Neural Networks to stock market prediction, using a combination of stock prices with sentiment analysis.

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In this post you will see an application of Convolutional Neural Networks to stock market
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Google TensorFlow short term stock prediction machine learning

 

Google TensorFlow short term stock prediction machine learning

Description from this online tutorial from KDNuggets.com

In this post you will see an application of Convolutional Neural Networks to stock market prediction, using a combination of stock prices with sentiment analysis.

https://www.kdnuggets.com/2017/12/tensorflow-short-term-stocks-prediction.html

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Stock prediction with Machine Learning

Stock market prediction with Machine Learning

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Can we predict the price of Microsoft stock using Machine Learning? We’ll train the Random Forest, Linear Regression, and Perceptron models on many years of historical price data as well as sentiment from news headlines to find out!

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Stock market prediction with Machine Learning

Stock market prediction with Machine Learning

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Demo of Garch Prediction of Forex Data with older Matlab functions

Demo of Garch Prediction of Forex Data with older Matlab functions

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http://radio.feld.cvut.cz/matlab/toolbox/garch/chap1_23.html

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http://www.mathworks.com/help/econ/garchpred.html

Asymptotic meaning:

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Now it is time to attack that Matlab Curve Fitting toolbox for market direction with forecasting and prediction

Now it is time to attack that Matlab Curve Fitting toolbox for market direction with forecasting and prediction

This toolbox could be a surprise for a lot of people in trying to figure out how to

predict market direction with curve fitting. Is it as easy as I think? I will be posting

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Today is a GARCH prediction day focusing on many models and strategies for R

Today is a GARCH prediction day focusing on many models and strategies for R. This will be recorded as well for my members. I will be holding a webinar for them as well so get  . I will reveal what it will include once I schedule it.
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Is regression a good method for prediction when a variable is dependent on multiple attributes each having seasonal variations

Is regression a good method for prediction when a variable is dependent on multiple attributes each having seasonal variations

 

For simple or multiple regression, you can’t directly conduct regression method for your data, since one of the assumption for simple/multiple regression is independent variable should not have multicolinearity among them. Maybe you can use robust regrssion or use time series method (ARIMA) that can address your data.

 

It is quite common to perform seasonal adjustment of data where there is a strong seasonal trend, then use the seasonally-adjusted data in further analyses. Many textbooks and websites describe techniques for doing such adjustments. With daily numbers you must take into account both day of the week AND season, and this can get a little tricky. For example December 2011 was odd because by the last pre-Christmas Saturday, which is usually a big shopping day, many of us had already finished buying gifts since Christmas fell on a Sunday. Anyway, look up how to do such adjustments, and you can use the adjusted data as the inputs for linear regression.

 

But in my data there is no collinearity and whereever it exists i can reduce those attributes during dimensionality reduction process

 

 

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Forex prediction: Dollar, Euro and Yen Outlook 2012

The USD index is set for another positive year over 2012 but it will not be a star performer. The USD has been a clear beneficiary of the crisis in the eurozone and will continue to find sustenance unless there are signs of a concrete resolution on the horizon. My forecasts still see the USD index rising to 82.5 by the end of 2012. This would be well below the highs reached during the height of the financial crisis in March 2009 around 89.

While economic recovery is expected to continue over 2012 it will be a tepid one, with prominent downside risks. Therefore, one of the factors likely to hold the USD back is the likelihood that the Fed embarks on a fresh round of quantitative easing which I believe will take place sometime in H1 2012, specifically aimed at mortgage backed securities.

I am not bullish on the EUR but it is clear in my view that there is an underlying degree of support for the currency. In 2012 I expect more downward pressure on the currency. News on the economic front will become more negative and the region is set to slip into recession, albeit a mild one (with downside risks). In contrast, the outlook for the US looks somewhat better even if the recovery will look tame compared to past growth.

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Forex prediction: Dollar, Euro and Yen Outlook 2012

The USD index is set for another positive year over 2012 but it will not be a star performer. The USD has been a clear beneficiary of the crisis in the eurozone and will continue to find sustenanc…

http://econometer.org/2011/12/16/dollar-euro-and-yen-outlook-2012/

 

USD index in 2012 above 95, possibly 100. Euro to drop below 1.20.

 

 

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