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Stock volatility is a degree of deviations from expected returns, and thus, estimates risk, which is crucial for investment decision making. Volatility forecasting is complex given the stochastic nature of market microstructure, where we use frenzied data over various modalities to make temporally dependent forecasts. Transcripts of earnings calls of companies are well studied for risk modeling as they offer unique investment insight into stock performance. Anecdotal evidence shows companydoi:10.21437/interspeech.2020-2649 dblp:conf/interspeech/SawhneyAKMJS20 fatcat:hp7szecp3zaqdgbpn5xvphj5ee