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Analyzing Public Emotion and Predicting Stock Market Using Social Media

@inproceedings{Arafat2013AnalyzingPE,
  title={Analyzing Public Emotion and Predicting Stock Market Using Social Media},
  author={Jahidul Arafat and Mohammad A. Habib and Rajib Hossain},
  year={2013}
}
The focus of this research was to build a cloud based architecture to analyze the correlation between social media data and the financial markets. From analytical point of view this study refurbish the viability of models that treat public mode and emotion as a unitary phenomenon and suggest the needs to analyze those in predicting the stock market status of the respective companies. With the aim to justify the correlation between social media and stock market prediction process our result… CONTINUE READING

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