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# RNN 2nd Gen Model ConocoPhillips Petroleum refining

Prediction models:
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1.63%Expected margin
62.22% successful of 45 deals
$ 66.07 Last close price
at 22-mar-2019

COP

Model's trade recommendations 5.52% Return for period

-8.59% Annual return

$76.58B Market Cap

β 1.22  

COP

Model (following trade recommendations)

COP

Underlying stock

S&P 500

Index
Return for period 5.52%
-4.59%
1.78%
52wk return -3.51%
14.43%
16.82%
52wk Range
57.01—79.89
2000.54—2399.63
Sortino ratio -0.54
Sharpe ratio -0.47
Norm. RMSE 0.91%
Downside risk 14.65%
Volatility 0.00%
  • 1.14 (1.74%) Div (Yield)
  • STRONG BUY Analysts consensus recommendation

ConocoPhillips is a major global exploration and production (E&P) company with operations all over the world. As year-end 2014, the company had estimated proved reserves of 8.9 billion oil-equivalent barrels (BOE). Production from continuing operations, excluding Libya, averaged 1,532 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day (MBOED) in 2014. In May 2012, ConocoPhillips completed the spin-off of its refining/sales business into a separate, independent and publicly traded company, Phillips 66 (Ticker: PSX).

Industry sector: Oils/Energy

Sector classification: Petroleum refining

Deep Learning based analysis and prediction model for ConocoPhillips (COP) stock is a 2nd Generation Non-linear Autoregressive (NAR) model based on the LSTM/GRU Recurrent Neural Network architecture.

Model is in the production pipeline since Oct. 2, 2015.

Market data for COP model training are being downloaded from the Quandl premium datasets on a daily basis.

Model is being retrained on a regular basis.

Float 1164M
P/E 38.28
Shares Outstanding 1170M
% Held by Insiders 0.88%
% Held by Institutions 71.09%
EPS (last reported FY) $0.60
EPS (last reported Q) $0.96
EPS, estimated (last reported Q) $0.74
Total revenues $33 B
Net income $-1 B