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Stock Market Analysis and Prediction

@inproceedings{Alexander2011StockMA,
  title={Stock Market Analysis and Prediction},
  author={Eric R. Alexander and Emily Kawaler and Danielle Albers Szafir},
  year={2011}
}
Stock market analysis is a widely studied problem as it offers practical applications for signal processing and predictive methods and a tangible financial reward. Creating a system that yields consistent returns is extremely challenging and is currently an open problem as stock market prices are extremely volatile and vary widely both within a given stock and comparatively amongst many stocks. Further, stock market data is influenced by a large number of factors including foreign and domestic… Expand
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