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# 1st Gen Model Halliburton Company Oil & gas field services, not elsewhere classified

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2.51%Expected margin
63.16% successful of 57 deals
$38.74 Last close price
at 21-aug-2017

HAL

Model's trade recommendations -4.98% Return for period

11.52% Annual return

$33.98B Market Cap

β 1.03  

HAL

Model (following trade recommendations)

HAL

Underlying stock

S&P 500

Index
Return for period -4.98%
-9.25%
1.78%
52wk return 18.04%
-14.06%
16.82%
52wk Range
38.69—58.21
2000.54—2399.63
Sortino ratio 1.33
Sharpe ratio 0.87
Norm. RMSE 0.52%
Downside risk 8.62%
Volatility 13.15%
  • 0.72 (1.85%) Div (Yield)
  • STRONG BUY Analysts consensus recommendation

Halliburton is one of the world's largest providers of products and services to the energy industry. The company serves the upstream oil and gas industry throughout the lifecycle of the reservoir - from locating hydrocarbons and managing geological data, to drilling and formation evaluation, well construction and completion, and optimizing production through the life of the field. The company operates under two main segments: Completion and Production, and Drilling and Evaluation.

Industry sector: Oils/Energy

Sector classification: Oil & gas field services, not elsewhere classified

Deep Learning based analysis and prediction model for Halliburton Company (HAL) stock is a 1st Generation Non-linear Autoregresive with exogenous variable(s) (NARX) model based on the Recurrent Neural Network architecture.

Model is in the production pipeline since Oct. 23, 2015.

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

Model is being retrained on a daily basis.

Float 867M
P/E 121.84
Shares Outstanding 872M
% Held by Insiders 0.47%
% Held by Institutions 78.54%
EPS (last reported FY) $-0.02
EPS (last reported Q) $0.23
EPS, estimated (last reported Q) $0.19
Total revenues $16 B
Net income $-6 B