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The Research Presentation on AAPL

Link to a pdf version, link (pdf, June 25 2017). Link to a research poster, link (pdf, June 25 2017). We present research on AAPL. The presentation contains charts and descriptions of raw data and selected features for AAPL. Keywords: machine learning, investing, stocks, predictive analytics.
Introduction
Stock Price
The daily stock prices for AAPL as a predicted function of time.
Fig. 1: The daily stock prices for AAPL as a predicted function of time. Points represent historical daily stock prices.
Stock Price
The monthly stock prices for AAPL as a predicted function of time.
Fig. 2: The monthly stock prices for AAPL as a predicted function of time. Points represent historical monthly stock prices.
Distribution of Volume by Price
The predicted monthly distribution of daily volume by price for AAPL. The predicted monthly distribution of daily volume by price for AAPL.
Fig. 3: The predicted monthly distribution of daily volume by price for AAPL. (a) The predicted cumulative distribution function, and points representing data. (b) The predicted probability density function.
The Distribution of Price Change
The predicted monthly distribution of daily price change for AAPL. The predicted monthly distribution of daily price change for AAPL.
Fig. 4: The predicted monthly distribution of daily price change for AAPL. (a) The predicted cumulative distribution function, and points representing data. (b) The predicted probability density function.
Book Value per Share
Quarterly book value per share for AAPL as a predicted function of time.
Fig. 5: Quarterly book value per share for AAPL as a predicted function of time. Points represent historical quarterly book value per share.
Dividend per Share
Quarterly dividend per share for AAPL as a predicted function of time.
Fig. 6: Quarterly dividend per share for AAPL as a predicted function of time. Points represent historical quarterly dividend per share.
Earnings
Quarterly earnings for AAPL as a predicted function of time.
Fig. 7: Quarterly earnings for AAPL as a predicted function of time. Points represent historical quarterly earnings.
Revenue
quarterly revenue for AAPL as a predicted function of time.
Fig. 8: Quarterly revenue for AAPL as a predicted function of time. Points represent historical quarterly revenue.
Stock Price
The yearly stock prices for AAPL as a predicted function of time.
Fig. 9: The yearly stock prices for AAPL as a predicted function of time. Points represent historical yearly stock prices.
Book Value per Share
Yearly book value per share for AAPL as a predicted function of time.
Fig. 10: Yearly book value per share for AAPL as a predicted function of time. Points represent historical yearly book value per share.
Dividend per Share
Yearly dividend per share for AAPL as a predicted function of time.
Fig. 11: Yearly dividend per share for AAPL as a predicted function of time. Points represent historical yearly dividend per share.
Earnings
Yearly earnings for AAPL as a predicted function of time.
Fig. 12: Yearly earnings for AAPL as a predicted function of time. Points represent historical yearly earnings.
Revenue
yearly revenue for AAPL as a predicted function of time.
Fig. 13: Yearly revenue for AAPL as a predicted function of time. Points represent historical yearly revenue.
Distribution of Volume by Price
The predicted yearly distribution of daily volume by price for AAPL. The predicted yearly distribution of daily volume by price for AAPL.
Fig. 14: The predicted yearly distribution of daily volume by price for AAPL. (a) The predicted cumulative distribution function, and points representing data. (b) The predicted probability density function.
The Distribution of Price Change
The predicted yearly distribution of daily price change for AAPL. The predicted yearly distribution of daily price change for AAPL.
Fig. 15: The predicted yearly distribution of daily price change for AAPL. (a) The predicted cumulative distribution function, and points representing data. (b) The predicted probability density function.
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