Why Alianne Asset Management Group Ltd?
Alianne Asset Management Group Ltd. is a registered algorithmic/hybrid asset management company specializing in Futures trading and managing digital marketing assets. We place priority on the security of clients' funds by having segregated accounts at renowned brokerage firms. We also provide great liquidity, transparency, and ultimate client control to our investors. For our clients needing their digital assets managed or digital marketing services, we provide simple, tailor-made solutions that deliver results.
It is our sole objective to look for opportunities within inefficient markets. We leverage our proprietary technologies along with the skills of our management team to implement our algorithmic trading strategies 24 hours a day in liquid markets. We are your one stop shop for wealth management and asset protection.
The Benefits of Opening an Account with Us
- Account traded by our algorithmic systems and managed by professionals—Hybrid
- Opportunities in both rising and falling markets
- Uncorrelated returns to any owned stock, mutual-fund, and property investments
- Trading system follows our risk management principles
- Asset protection and portfolio diversification*
- 24-hour web access to your private account
- You remain beneficial owner of your investment
- *Futures trading carries with it substantial risk. See our disclosures for more information.
The servers we use are highly reliable, running 24 hours a day with 99.999% uptime. We use algorithms to manage the entire trade cycle of our portfolios from the point of entry, to liquidation and therefore we need to be connected all the time. Our clients can rest well knowing that this technology is amongst the best and most reliable in the world, which truly enables them to Invest with Confidence.
Updated 2020-09-25 23:55:01 UTC
Online marketplace Poshmark confidentially files for IPO
Poshmark Inc. said late Friday it confidentially submitted to securities regulators a draft registration statement for its initial public offering. The number of shares to be offered and the price range are yet to be determined, the Redwood City, Calif., company said in a press release. The IPO is expected to start after the Securities and Exchange Commission completes its review process, subject to market conditions. Poshmark is an online marketplace for new and used clothing and other fashion items.read more
Trump has picked Amy Coney Barrett as Supreme Court nominee: report
President Donald Trump has selected Amy Coney Barrett to succeed the late liberal Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, said a New York Times report on Friday citing unnamed sources close to the process. But the report also said aides have cautioned that Trump sometimes upends his own plans. CNN in a separate report said Trump intends to choose Barrett. The president is slated to announce his pick at 5 p.m. Eastern Time Saturday.read more
Dow industrials, S&P 500 rally mightily on Friday but fail to avoid longest weekly losing streak in over a year
U.S. stocks finished a weekly trading stretch, marked by wild swings, on a higher note, shrugging off uncertainty about additional coronavirus stimulus from Washington, rising cases of coronavirus and a stall-out in some components of economic data. Investors still turned to the perceived safety of technology stocks, helping the Nasdaq Composite avoid a fourth consecutive weekly slide, but the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average booked their fourth weekly drop, matching their longest such losing skid since Aug. 23, 2019, FactSet data show. The Dow finished the session up by about 360 points, or 1.3%, at about 27,174, while the S&P 500 closed 1.6% higher at around 3,298, on a preliminary basis. For the week, the Dow booked a 1.8% decline while the S&P 500 lost 0.6% over the five-session stretch. The Nasdaq Composite, however, closed up 2.3% on the session to reach 10,913, on a preliminary basis. That helped the tech-laden benchmark record a 1.1% weekly gain erasing a fall of that magnitude, from which it started Friday trade.read more
Friday's stock market rally in final hour of trade helping Nasdaq erase over 1% weekly skid
U.S. stocks on Friday were ending a choppy week on a high note, which was helping the technology-laden Nasdaq Composite Index wipe out a more than 1% weekly drop in the final hour of trading. The Nasdaq Composite Index on Friday afternoon was up 2.4% on the day, which was putting it in position to notch a weekly gain of about 1.2%, an accomplishment for the benchmark which had begun the session in a 1.1% hole. The moves on the day highlight a volatile period for stocks as investors fret about the lack of further stimulus from Washington to help out-of-work Americans during the COVID-19 crisis, viewed as a key pillar to helping equities take another leg higher from the financial and public health crisis that reached a peak for the stock market in March. Rising cases of coronavirus and a looming 2020 presidential election also contributed to the turbulence. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, meanwhile, was up more than 400 points on Friday at 27,227, while the S&P 500 index was up 1.8% at 3,304. Although the Nasdaq looked likely to avoid a fourth straight weekly decline, the S&P 500 was still on track for a weekly declined of 0.5% and the Dow was set for a 1.6% weekly skid, despite the late-session advance.read more
SPAC Yellowstone Acquisition files to go public, to raise $200 million
Blank check company Yellowstone Acquisition Co. has filed to go public to raise $200 million. The Nebraska-based special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) said it is offering 20 million units at $10 per unit. Each unit will consist of one share of Class A common stock, and one-half of one warrant; a whole warrant entitles the holder to buy one Class A share for $11.50 each. The Class A shares are expected to list on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol "YSU." Yellowstone's sponsor is a subsidiary of Boston Omaha Corp. . Wells Fargo Securities is the sole bookrunner. SPACs raise money through an IPO, then place it in a trust while the sponsor searches for a business or businesses to acquire, usually within a two-year period. The companies then complete what is in effect a reverse merger, as the combined company takes on the name of the acquiree. Yellowstone is looking to go public during a big year for SPACs, and a good year for IPOs, with the Renaissance IPO ETF rallying 65.2% year to date while the S&P 500 is gaining 2.3%.read more