Why Alianne Asset Management Group Ltd?
Alianne Asset Management Group Ltd. is a registered algorithmic/hybrid asset management company specializing in Futures trading. 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.
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 2020-04-01 11:40:01 UTC
Red Robin Gourmet Burgers draws down full $300 million credit facility, withdraws 2020 guidance
Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc. said Wednesday that it has drawn down what remains of its $300 million credit facility. The restaurant chain has a cash balance of $91 million as of the end of its last fiscal week on March 29. The company has also suspended its guidance for 2020 and the long-term, reduced executive base salaries and board retainer fees by 20% as of March 30, and postponed capital expenditures. Red Robin is still marketing its off-premise business, largely through digital channels. Paul Murphy, Red Robin's chief executive, said in a statement the company's off-premise business, which includes takeout, has more then doubled in the past two weeks. Like other restaurants, dine-in has been suspended at Red Robin due to coronavirus. Red Robin stock has lost more than 70% of its value over the last year while the S&P 500 index is down nearly 10% for the period.read more
Gannett suspends dividend and negotiates with creditors, to cut jobs and executive salaries
USA Today-parent Gannett Co. Inc. said Wednesday it is suspending its quarterly dividend, in an effort to perserve liquidity during the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In late February, the media company said it planned to resume paying a quarterly dividend of 19 cents a share. The company said given the COVID-19 related disruptions, revenue is expected to be "significantly impacted" as advertising and events revenue are expected to decline. Gannett said it was looking to cut expenses by an additional $100 million to $125 million through job cuts and furloughs, "significant" pay reductions for senior management and the cancellation of non-essential travel and spending. The company is working with its vendors, creditors and pension regulators to restructure or postpone certain obligations. The stock, which was still inactive in premarket trading, has plummeted 76.8% over the past three months, while the S&P 500 has declined 20.0%.read more
Apache to double planned cost savings to $300 million
Apache Corp. said Wednesday it is doubling its estimate for annual cost savings as the oil and gas exploration company takes further action to combat a declining oil price. Houston, Tx.-based Apache said it now expects to achieve annualized general and administrative cost cuts of more than $300 million, up from its original target of $150 million announced in October of 2019. About $225 million of that total includes severance and reorganization costs it expects to achieve in 2020. Shares were not yet active premarket but have fallen 84% in the year to date, while the S&P 500 has fallen 20%.read more
Express to furlough most store associates, cut costs, eliminate merit pay until stores reopen
Fashion clothing retailer Express Inc. announced a fresh set of measures to combat the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday, saying it is furloughing most of its store workers as well as some corporate workers until its stores are able and allowed to reopen. The company said it is pausing pay for those workers but will continue to pay health care benefits. The company is significantly cutting costs and spending, is suspending merit pay increases for 2020 and freezing hiring. Shares were not active premarket, but have fallen 69% in the year to date, while the S&P 500 has fallen 20%.read more
BorgWarner still sees value in Delphi buyout but can't assure closure after Delphi's 'breach'
BorgWarner Inc. said Wednesday it still sees long-term value in a proposed acquisition of Delphi Technologies PLC and continues to work toward closing the deal in the second half of 2020. The auto parts maker's disclosure comes after Delphi said Tuesday that it received notice from BorgWarner that drawing on its credit facility represented a material breach of the buyout agreement. Delphi said it was negotiating to resolve the matter, but BorgWarner said Wednesday that it can't assure a deal will close. Separately, BorgWarner said it approved a temporary 20% reduction in base salaries for its named executives through the second quarter of 2020, and has the ability to extend the reduction for an additional quarter. BorgWarner's stock has tumbled 43.8% over the past three months while Delphi shares have shed 37.3% and the S&P 500 has lost 20.0%.read more