What Is a Stock Sentiment?

The stock sentiment reflects the current opinion of investors and journalists on Acadia Realty Trust. StockBrain extracts information from reports and news stories and combines all data into one rating. The AKR stock sentiment is a general indication on whether other investors are likely to buy, hold or sell AKR stocks in the near future.

How Is the Stock Sentiment Calculated?

StockBrain uses sentiment analysis and machine learning to analyze thousands of news articles and social media posts every day.
The following factors contribute the the evaluation:

  • Recent News Stories (last 30 Days)
  • Market & Politics News (last 30 Days)
  • Related Topics & Concepts
  • Sentiment of Competitors
  • Sentiment of Sector
  • Stock Price Performance & Volatility
  • Reference Index Performance & Volatility
  • Long-Term Average Sentiment

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Acadia Realty Trust (AKR) News Sentiment

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Most Covered News Topics for Acadia Realty Trust (AKR)

How is a Topic Defined?

A news topic is formed by up to 30 keywords or concepts that often occur together on news related to a specific company. We use a combined Vector Space Model (VSM) and Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) approach to extract topics from textual data.

How is Topic Influence Measured?

StockBrain collects about 100.000 news articles and social media posts every day. Each document is evaluated and ranked on a sentiment scale from -1 (most negative) to 1 (most positive). All news stories are then grouped by their content and further analyzed to calculate their influence on related stocks.

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Influence of Recent News Topics on AKR Stock

AKR News Statistics

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StockBrain ranks all published news articles on a scale from -1 (red, most negative) to 1 (green, most positive).The ratio between positive and negative articles is represented by a bar's color.