Combining Technical Analysis with Sentiment Analysis for Stock Price Prediction

@article{Deng2011CombiningTA,
  title={Combining Technical Analysis with Sentiment Analysis for Stock Price Prediction},
  author={Shangkun Deng and Takashi Mitsubuchi and Kei Shioda and Tatsuro Shimada and Akito Sakurai},
  journal={2011 IEEE Ninth International Conference on Dependable, Autonomic and Secure Computing},
  year={2011},
  pages={800-807}
}
This paper proposes a stock price prediction model, which extracts features from time series data and social networks for prediction of stock prices and evaluates its performance. In this research, we use the features such as numerical dynamics (frequency) of news and comments, overall sentiment analysis of news and comments, as well as technical analysis of historic price and volume. We model the stock price movements as a function of these input features and solve it as a regression problem… 

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