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A data-science-driven short-term analysis of Amazon, Apple, Google, and Microsoft stocks

  title={A data-science-driven short-term analysis of Amazon, Apple, Google, and Microsoft stocks},
  author={Shubham Ekapure and Nuruddin Jiruwala and Sohan Patnaik and Indranil Sengupta},
In this paper, we implement a combination of technical analysis and machine/deep learning-based analysis to build a trend classification model. The goal of the paper is to apprehend short-term market movement, and incorporate it to improve the underlying stochastic model. Also, the analysis presented in this paper can be implemented in a model-independent fashion. We execute a data-science-driven technique that makes shortterm forecasts dependent on the price trends of current stock market data… 
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