Forecasting stocks in the Consumer cyclical sector
The consumer discretionary sector covers goods and services for which consumer demand depends upon consumer financial status. For example, if you make $25,000 per year, you probably buy a different car than someone who makes $25 million per year. The sector includes companies that sell higher-priced items like automobiles and luxury goods, as well as leisure products. You'll find both brick-and-mortar and e-commerce-based retail companies in this category, along with hotel and restaurant stocks.
We forecast the value of securities in the Consumer cyclical sector using neural networks based on historical data. Also, when forecasting, tools of technical and fundamental analysis are used, world geopolitical and news factors are taken into account.