Sentiment Analysis and stock sentiment analysis aims to identify the overall mood, feeling, and speculation of text. This is done using various big data analytics and text mining techniques such as natural language processing. Currently, the most popular use of sentiment analysis from us has been for stock sentiment analysis, though it can be used for political sentiment, product sentiment, and much more.
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