Application of artificial intelligence model in financial markets

  • Zuzana Janková
  • Andrea Kaderová

Abstrakt

This paper deals with the application of artificial intelligence model in financial markets. Specifically, a hybrid model based on fuzzy logic and artificial neural networks is chosen. The neuro-fuzzy model is then applied to the stock Exchange Traded Funds on the American and European stock markets. Based on four input variables and five attributes, the basis of rules is determined by neural networks. The amount of rules is then reduced by fuzzy clustering. The output is a model serving to support the decision-making for the investor whether or not to invest in the stocks of Exchange Traded Funds.

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Publikováno
2020-12-14