Waarom Alianne Asset Management?
AAM is een algoritmische / hybride asset management bedrijf dat gespecialiseerd is in Foreign Exchange en Futures trading. We plaatsen prioriteit op de veiligheid van de middelen van cliënten door het hebben van gescheiden rekeningen bij gerenommeerde beursvennootschappen. We bieden ook grote liquiditeit, transparantie, en de uiteindelijke klant controle om onze investeerders.
Het is onze enige doelstelling om consequent te nemen zo veel mogelijk winst uit de markt gebruik te maken van onze bewezen en gepatenteerde geautomatiseerde trading methodieken. Wij zijn uw one-stop-shop voor rijkdom gebouw en de bescherming van activa.
De voordelen van het openen van een account met Alianne
- Account verhandeld door onze algoritmische systemen en beheerd door professionals-Hybrid
- Winst kansen in zowel stijgende als dalende markten
- Ongecorreleerd keert terug naar elke eigendom aandelen, beleggingsfondsen, en vastgoedbeleggingen
- Trading systeem volgt onze risico management principes
- Asset bescherming en diversificatie van de portefeuille
- 24 uur per dag toegang tot het web om je privé-account
- U blijft uiteindelijk gerechtigde tot uw investering
Onze servers behoren tot de meest betrouwbare in de wereld draait 24 uur per dag met 99,999% uptime. Alianne maakt gebruik van algoritmen om de hele handel cyclus van haar portefeuille te beheren vanuit het punt van binnenkomst, tot liquidatie en daarom moeten we de hele tijd aan te sluiten. Onze klanten kunnen ook uitrusten in de wetenschap dat onze technologie is een van de beste en meest betrouwbare in de wereld, die echt hen in staat stelt om te investeren met vertrouwen.
bijgewerkt 2020-04-08 21:20:01 UTC
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Ulta Beauty Inc. announced Wednesday that it intends to furlough its retail workers as of April 19 due to the spread of COVID-19. "After thoughtful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily furlough many of our store and salon associates," Chief Executive Mary Dillon said in the announcement. Dillon will forego her base salary and has personally donated $500,000 to the Ulta Beauty Associate Relief Program, which will assist employees facing personal hardship from the coronavirus. Ulta continues to offer online sales, and is paying workers in its distribution centers an additional $2 an hour. The company also said it plans to donate 450,000 medical-grade gloves from its salons to hospitals nationwide in coordination with the Federal Emergency Management Agency.Lees verder
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U.S. stocks ended sharply higher Wednesday, with the main indexes delivering on a rally that had begun in earnest on Tuesday but was relinquished by the close of that session in a violent selloff in the final hour of action. On Wednesday, the market managed to build up its gains into the close and hold on, finishing near session peaks, as investors focused on optimism around the pathway forward for the economy from the COVID-19. A rebound in energy shares as investors watched for a major production cut among major crude producers on Thursday also helped to bolster the buying mood on Wall Street. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up about 780 points, or 3.4%, at 23,434, the S&P 500 index finished up 3.4% at 2,750, while the Nasdaq Composite Index closed with a 2.6% gain at 8,091. Tuesday's reversal represented the biggest blown lead for the S&P 500 and the Dow since 2008, according to Dow Jones Market Data. The White House's plans for reopening the U.S. economy and an account of the Federal Reserve's emergency actions taken last month were also a focus for investors. Minutes for the central bank's March 15 policy meeting showed that staffers viewed no major economic recovery until next year as a worst-case scenario of the coronavirus outbreak, according to minutes released Wednesday. Fed staffers also fretted about a lack of future ammunition to combat economic distress after the central bank took unprecedented monetary-policy actions in March and slashed rates to a range of 0% and 0.25%. Stocks also appeared to get a lift after Democratic Sen. Bernie Sanders from Vermont exited the U.S. presidential race on Wednesday, opening up the path for Joe Biden to become the Democratic nominee.Lees verder
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Nordstrom Inc. said earlier Wednesday that Chief Executive Erik Nordstrom and Chief Brand Officer Peter Nordstrom have agreed to receive no base salary for at least six months, beginning March 29. That comes after the department store chain filed its fiscal 2020 proxy statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which showed that Erik Nordstrom's base salary in 2019 was $756,393, or 11.0% of total compensation of $6.87 million, which included non-equity incentive plan compensation of $708,591. Peter Nordstrom's base salary was also $756,393 in 2019, or 10.8% of total compensation of $6.98 million, which included $708,591 in non-equity incentive plan compensation. Nordstrom's stock surged 7.0% in afternoon trading, and has rocketed 48.0% since closing at an 11-year low on Friday. The stock has still tumbled 54.2% over the past three months, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average has lost 18.6%.Lees verder
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