Category Archives: Machine learning

Stock Market Correction Progress

A stock market correction is underway. Below are two charts with measures of the progression of the correction for five key indexes.

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Machine Learning With DLPAL PRO: Part Five

In this article we compare the out-of-sample performance of a trading strategy and a machine learning model that use the exact same features.

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Machine Learning With DLPAL PRO (And R): Part Four

In this article we include R code for applying binary logistic regression classification to attribute data generated by DLPAL PRO and scoring a new instance.

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DLPAL PRO v2.0 Demo Is Now Available

We are pleased to announce that a demo version for DLPAL PRO v2.0 is now available for download. Demo users can generate unlimited historical attribute files for unlimited securities to test with machine learning for a full 20 days with … Continue reading

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Machine Learning With DLPAL PRO: Part Three

DLPAL PRO’s advanced capabilities are used to implement a long/short ETF strategy. We present the flow and examples of historical attribute, test/train and scoring files. A Binary Logistic Regression classifier is used to obtain the final results.

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Announcing The Release Of DLPAL PRO v2.0

We are pleased to announce the release of v2.0 of DLPAL PRO. This new version offers generation, updating and creation of train/test and scoring files with just a few mouse clicks. The generated files can be used with machine learning … Continue reading

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Machine Learning With DLPAL PRO: Part Two

In this article we show how to prepare historical files with continues features and a discrete target for an ensemble of securities using DLPAL PRO. Then, we apply machine learning on a random sample of half of the data and … Continue reading

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