¿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

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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

Tipos de cambio

InstrumentoBidAskHighLow
EURUSD 1.08281 1.08282 1.08424 1.0813
USDJPY 111.574 111.574 111.683 111.218
GBPUSD 1.29459 1.29465 1.29562 1.29427
USDCHF 0.97982 0.97985 0.98118 0.97833
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Actualizado 2020-02-24 01:55:01 UTC

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Fri, 21 Feb 2020 21:46:32 GMT

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said in a statement Friday that Russian President Vladimir Putin should "stay out of American elections," following a Washington Post report that Russia is trying to help his campaign. The Post said President Donald Trump and congressional lawmakers have been informed about the Russian assistance to the Vermont senator and it's not clear what form the aid has taken. "I don't care, frankly, who Putin wants to be president," Sanders said. "My message to Putin is clear: stay out of American elections, and as president I will make sure that you do," he added.

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Bloomberg vows to release three women from NDAs if requested

Fri, 21 Feb 2020 21:20:00 GMT

Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg said on Friday he would release three female former employees from nondisclosure agreements. In a tweet, he said Bloomberg LP had identified three agreements over 30 years that had been made with women "to address complaints about comments they said I made." The former New York mayor said if any of the women wanted to be released from the agreements, they would be after contacting the company. During Wednesday night's Democratic debate, Bloomberg rival Elizabeth Warren prodded him to release former employees from NDAs on live TV. ABC News has reported on lawsuits alleging Bloomberg had created a hostile work environment at his company with sexist comments, and former employees told the network they couldn't speak publicly due to confidentiality agreements.

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Wells Fargo settles fake-account scandal for $3 billion

Fri, 21 Feb 2020 21:18:12 GMT

Wells Fargo & Co. said late Friday it has agreed to settle Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission investigations into the bank's sales practices. As part of the deal, Wells Fargo has agreed to pay about $3 billion. "The conduct at the core of today's settlements -- and the past culture that gave rise to it -- are reprehensible and wholly inconsistent with the values on which Wells Fargo was built," Chief Executive Charlie Scharf said in a statement. "We are committing all necessary resources to ensure that nothing like this happens again, while also driving Wells Fargo forward." The agreement includes the criminal DOJ investigation into the bank's practices from 2002 to 2016; as part of the deal, no charges will be filed. Separate deals close the books on a DOJ's civil probe and a civil SEC investigation, Wells Fargo said. The bank has also agreed to set a $500 million fund to benefit "investors who were harmed by the conduct covered in the agreement," the bank said. The fund is part of the $3 billion settlement. Shares of Wells Fargo rose nearly 2% in the extended session, after ending the regular trading day up 0.8%.

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Stocks end lower, post weekly loss, as coronavirus spread fans fears of global slowdown

Fri, 21 Feb 2020 21:03:01 GMT

Stocks ended broadly lower Friday, leaving major indexes with weekly losses. Analysts tied weakness to worries about the spread of COVID-19 outside China and the potential impact on global economic growth and supply chains. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell around 227 points, or 0.8%, to end near 28,993, according to preliminary figures, while the S&P 500 lost around 36 points, or 1.1%, to finish near 3,338. The Nasdaq Composite dropped around 174 points, or 1.8%, ending near 9,577. That left the Dow with a 1.4% weekly decline, while the S&P 500 retreated 1.3%. The Nasdaq logged a 1.6% weekly fall.

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COVID-19 tally: 76,785 cases, 2,249 deaths, 34 cases in the U.S.

Fri, 21 Feb 2020 19:50:18 GMT

The World Health Organization said Friday that there are 76,785 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 2,249 deaths, marking another day in which the number of new cases worldwide has slowed. In early February, the number of new cases reported each day was rising by at least 3,000. There are upwards of 1,000 new cases worldwide, 100 of which are in South Korea, which has seen a large uptick in cases in recent days. There are now 204 confirmed cases in South Korea. There are at least 34 cases in the U.S. that have been confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), including 21 people who have been repatriated from China and the Diamond Princess cruise ship. Thirteen additional cases have been confirmed by CDC, including a new case that was confirmed by California's Humboldt County health department on Thursday. The Diamond Princess, which is docked at a port in Yokohama, Japan, has reported a total of 634 cases and 2 deaths. COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus that was first diagnosed in humans in December in Wuhan, China. The outbreak has largely shut down Hubei Province, home to Wuhan, and slowed or halted factory production and consumer spending in China.

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