I will be explaining in the most simple way how you can use unsupervised machine learning tools like Community Detection and Network Analysis algorithms such as Louvain and Girvan-Newman to determine which stocks to keep in your portfolio and possibly make money of the stock market in Python and R.
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I will be explaining in the most simple way how you can use unsupervised machine learning *tools like Community Detection and Network Analysis algorithms such as Louvain and Girvan-Newman to determine which stocks to keep in your portfolio and possibly make money of the stock market (even in today’s retail investor & fundamentally flawed fuelled rallies) in *Python and R.
The whole process will be broken down into three different parts for easier understanding and code segmentation.
Part 1 — Data Scraping and Preprocessing
Part 2 — Modelling
Part 3 — Portfolio Building
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The most Python programs will consist of three steps — getting input into the program, processing the input in some way, and outputting the results of the processing. I’m going to focus on one part of that step — getting input into a program — by prompting the user to enter some data and then reading the data into the program. This is a mostly straightforward process except for some data conversions that have to occur when you are inputting numbers.