¿Por qué Alianne Asset Management?
AAM es una compañía de gestión de activos / híbrida algorítmica especializada en divisas y comercio de futuros. Ponemos prioridad a la seguridad de los fondos de los clientes por tener cuentas separadas en las casas de bolsa de renombre. También proporcionamos una gran liquidez, transparencia y control del cliente final para nuestros inversores.
Es nuestro único objetivo de tomar constantemente tanto beneficio como sea posible del mercado de la utilización de nuestras metodologías de operación automatizada probadas y patentadas. Somos su ventanilla única para la creación de riqueza y la protección de los activos.
Las ventajas de abrir una cuenta con Alianne
- Cuenta comercializado por nuestros sistemas algorítmicos y gestionado por profesionales-Hybrid
- oportunidades de beneficio tanto en los mercados ascendentes y descendentes
- retornos no correlacionados a cualquiera de las poblaciones propiedad, fondos de inversión, e inversiones inmobiliarias
- Sistema comercial cumpla con nuestros principios de gestión de riesgo
- Protección de los activos y diversificación de la cartera
- acceso a la web las 24 horas a su cuenta privada
- Usted es el beneficiario efectivo de su inversión
La fiabilidad tecnológica
Nuestros servidores se encuentran entre los más confiables en el mundo en funcionamiento 24 horas al día con 99,999% de disponibilidad. Alianne utiliza algoritmos para gestionar todo el ciclo comercial de su cartera desde el punto de entrada, a la liquidación y por lo tanto tenemos que estar conectado todo el tiempo. Nuestros clientes pueden descansar sabiendo bien que nuestra tecnología es uno de los mejores y más confiables en el mundo, lo que verdaderamente les permite invertir con confianza.
Observación del mercado
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Actualizado 2019-09-15 10:55:01 UTC
Noticias del mercado
Disney CEO Iger resigns from Apple board
Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Bob Iger has resigned from the board of Apple Inc. , the Silicon Valley company said in a filing late Friday. Iger resigned on Tuesday, according to the filing, which contained no other information. Earlier this week, Apple revealed that it would charge $4.99 a month for its previously announced streaming service, set to launch Nov. 1, undercutting Disney as well as Netflix Inc.'s streaming businesses. Iger had joined the Apple board in 2011, according to Disney's website. Other Apple board members include Chief Executive Tim Cook, former Genentech Chief Executive Arthur Levinson, who is the board's chairman, and former Vice President Al Gore. Shares of Apple and Disney were flat in the extended session Friday after ending the regular trading day down 1.9% and 0.4% higher.Lee mas
MoviePass-parent Helios & Matheson is set to shut down permanently on Saturday
MoviePass Inc.'s parent Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. is set to close its business permanently on Saturday and is considering a sale of its assets, including its Moviefone and MoviePass Films business. Attempts to revive the embattled subscription-movie service have apparently failed, with the company on July 4 announcing that its service would be temporarily interrupted in order to work on an "improved version" of its mobile app Inc. The decision was a bad omen as it came during the busiest time for the movie business. In March, Helios & Matheson raised some $6 million in financing to support MoviePass, including its technology. The once-highflying company had lost nearly all of its value over the past year. Shares of HMNY, a reference to the company's trading symbol, are down 89% so far in the 2019, according to FactSet data. By comparison, the S&P 500 index is up nearly 20% so far this year and the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 16.7% over the same period. HMNY acquired MoviePass in 2017, a service with just 20,000 subscribers at the time. The operator cut MoviePass's monthly fee to $9.95 from up to $50 a month, and its subscriber base ballooned, crossing the 3-million mark in June of 2018, MarketWatch reported last year. However, the burden of delivering cheap movies proved challenging for the company.Lee mas
Stocks end mostly lower as Dow extends eight-day streak of gains
U.S. stocks closed mostly lower on Friday after easing trade tensions and central bank policy moves briefly buoyed investor sentiment earlier in the day. The S&P 500 was down less than 0.1% to end near 3,007. The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 36 points, or 0.1%, to finish around 27,219, based on preliminary numbers.The Nasdaq Composite fell 0.2% to end near 8,177. The blue-chip Dow clinched its eighth consecutive gain, its longest such streak since 2018. Both the Dow and the S&P remain less than a percentage point away from their all-time highs set in July. Retail sales rose faster than expected in August, increasing by 0.4%. Investors also saw signs that Washington and Beijing were moving towards a more constructive stance on trade negotiations. The European Central Bank announced a full stimulus package on Thursday, including rate cuts and the restart of an open-ended bond purchasing program.Lee mas
'Desperate Housewives' Felicity Huffman sentenced to 14 days in jail, fined $30K for role in college-admissions scandal: reports
Actress Felicity Huffman on Friday was sentenced to 14 days in jail and fined $30,000 for her involvement in the college-admissions cheating scheme, according to reports. Huffman, best known for her role in the TV series "Desperate Housewives," pleaded guilty to conspiring to pay $15,000 to a fake charity that facilitated cheating when her daughter took college entrance examinations. The Wall Street Journal reported that Huffman's two-week stint in jail was about half of what prosecutors were seeking. Huffman also was sentenced to 250 hours of community service and a year of supervised release, the paper reported on its website.Lee mas
Lumber Liquidator's stock tumbles, after former CEO sells stock as potential buyout is now 'less prudent'
Shares of Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. tumbled 12% in active afternoon trading, and have now plunged 24% in three sessions since closing at 4-month high on Tuesday. Trading volume was 6.4 million shares, compared with the full-day average of 2.2 million shares. The selloff in the wood-flooring company's stock comes after founder and former CEO Thomas Sullivan and F9 Investments LLC disclosed that it now owned 461,895 Lumber Liquidator shares, or 1.6% of the shares outstanding, indicating Sullivan and F9 sold off 1.75 million shares in the past week, representing 6.1% of the shares outstanding, after Sullivan and F9 disclosed it had accumulated a 2,212,367-share stake, or 7.7% of the shares outstanding, in the weeks leading up to Sept. 5. Sullivan, currently the CEO of Cabinets to Go, said the reason for acquiring the large stake was to "explore various options and propose a transaction," including a potential purchase of Lumber Liquidators. On Friday, Sullivan said he sold the bulk of his holdings because after the recent "significant" rally, the stock was "no longer undervalued," making a potential acquisition "less prudent at these elevated levels." Since Aug. 20, when Sullivan first disclosed it acquired a 6.0% stake, through Sept. 5, the stock had soared 55%. The stock is now up 4.5% year to date, while the S&P 500 has run up 20.0%.Lee mas