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A Study on Stock Forecasting Using Deep Learning and Statistical Models

Himanshu Gupta and Aditya Jaiswal

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Abstract: Predicting a fast and accurate model for stock price forecasting is been a challenging task and this is an active area of research where it is yet to be found which is the best way to forecast the stock price. Machine learning, deep learning and statistical analysis techniques are used here to get the accurate result so the investors can see the future trend and maximize the return of investment in stock trading. This paper will review many deep learning algorithms for stock price forecasting. We use a record of s&p 500 index data for training and testing. The survey motive is to check various deep learning and statistical model techniques for stock price forecasting that are Moving Averages, ARIMA which are statistical techniques and LSTM, RNN, CNN, and FULL CNN which are deep learning models. It will discuss various models, including the Auto regression integration moving average model, the Recurrent neural network model, the long short-term model which is the type of RNN used for long dependency for data, the convolutional neural network model, and the full convolutional neural network model, in terms of error calculation or percentage of accuracy that how much it is accurate which measures by the function like Root mean square error, mean absolute error, mean squared error. The model can be used to predict the stock price by checking the low MAE value as lower the MAE value the difference between the predicting and the actual value will be less and this model will predict the price more accurately than other models.

Date: 2024-02
New Economics Papers: this item is included in nep-big, nep-cmp, nep-fmk and nep-for
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