Stock Price Prediction using ML and LSTM based Deep Learning models
Keywords:Stock Price Prediction, Regression, Long Short-Term Memory, Multivariate Time Series, Linear Regression, Support Vector Machine, Random Forest, walk Forward Validation
Stock Price Prediction has become an important area of research for such a very long time. A lot of research has already been made to predict the stock in a best possible manner and to gain more profit from that , Now adays some market hypothesis believe that it is nearly very difficult to predict the stock price accurately but at the same time some machine learning techniques proved that choosing of right model and appropriate variables may lead to scenario where stock prices and their movement can be easily pre-dicted with great accuracy. Prediction of stock price becomes easy due to the introduc-tion of data mining techniques which helps the researchers to identify meaningful pat-terns and find the best possible results by working on the technical analysis of stock. In this research we have implemented some of the machine learning and deep learning techniques to gain more insights of varying stock prices with respect to time the purpose of introducing the Deep Learning model is that they can predict more accurate results as they are the advanced version of Machine Learning models. We have also compared these Machine Learning and Deep Learning models so that we can get the best possible model for our project.
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