Predicting the Effects of News Sentiments on the Stock Market

@article{Shah2018PredictingTE,
  title={Predicting the Effects of News Sentiments on the Stock Market},
  author={Dev Shah and Haruna Isah and Farhana H. Zulkernine},
  journal={2018 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data)},
  year={2018},
  pages={4705-4708}
}
Stock market forecasting is very important in the planning of business activities. [] Key Result Using only news sentiments, we achieved a directional accuracy of 70.59% in predicting the trends in short-term stock price movement.

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