Dlaczego Alianne Asset Management?
AAM jest algorytmiczne spółka zarządzania aktywami / hybrydowy specjalizującą się w obrocie dewizowym i futures. Kładziemy nacisk na bezpieczeństwo środków klientów poprzez odrębnych rachunkach w renomowanych firm brokerskich. Świadczymy również wielką płynność, przejrzystość i pełną kontrolę klienta do naszych inwestorów.
Jest naszym jedynym celem konsekwentnie podjąć jak najwięcej zysku, jak to możliwe z rynku, wykorzystując nasz sprawdzony i zastrzeżonych zautomatyzowanych metod handlowych. Jesteśmy Państwa jednego okienka dla budowania dobrobytu i ochrony aktywów.
Korzyści z otwarcia konta Alianne
- Konto sprzedawane przez naszych systemów algorytmicznych i zarządzany przez specjalistów-Hybrid
- możliwości zysku w obu pochylenia rynków
- nieskorelowane powraca do dowolnego posiadanych zasobów, wzajemnego Funduszu oraz inwestycje w nieruchomości
- System Trading jest zgodna z naszymi zasadami zarządzania ryzykiem
- Ochrona aktywów i dywersyfikacja portfela
- 24-godzinny Web Access do prywatnego konta
- Pozostaniesz osoba uprawniona inwestycji
Nasze serwery są jednymi z najbardziej niezawodnych na świecie działa 24 godziny na dobę z 99,999% uptime. Alianne wykorzystuje algorytmy do zarządzania całym cyklem handlową swojego portfela z punktu wejścia do likwidacji i dlatego musimy być podłączony cały czas. Nasi klienci mogą również odpocząć wiedząc, że nasza technologia jest jednym z najlepszych i najbardziej niezawodnych na świecie, który naprawdę pozwala im inwestować z Confidence.
Zaktualizowano 2020-04-07 21:55:01 UTC
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Disney downgraded as analyst says parks attendance could take 2 years to 'normalize'
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Perrigo sees strong sales amid coronavirus pandemic
Perrigo Co. said late Tuesday it experienced a first-quarter sales boost due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The over-the-counter drug maker said it expects adjusted operating income of $220 million to $225 million on revenue of about $1.3 billion. Analysts surveyed by FactSet expect adjusted operating income of $195 million, or earnings of 96 cents a share, on revenue of $1.26 billion. "During the first quarter, Perrigo continued to experience strong growth across all business segments, while also benefiting from a dramatic surge in demand in March related to the COVID-19 pandemic," Murray Kessler, Perrigo chief executive, said in a statement. Perrigo shares rose 3.2% after hours, following a 1% decline to close at $47.08 in the regular session.Czytaj więcej
Pinterest reveals sales and users grew faster than expected despite COVID-19, stock shoots higher
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API data reveal a weekly climb of nearly 12 million barrels in U.S. crude supplies, sources say
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