The Alianne Story
Alianne Asset Management was founded in 2016 and named after the late grandmother of our founder and current CEO Dimitry Alriche. Dimitry who was raised in the impoverished nation of Haiti was privileged to be raised by his loving grandmother who taught him the measure of hard work and instilled great values which he has applied to the vision of Alianne.
Alianne Asset began as an investment firm providing wealth management services in the futures and foreign exchange markets, and has since expanded its team and operations to include a marketing firm helping medical practitioners grow using digital marketing assets, and a trading academy teaching many people how to manage their own capital in the financial markets. The Alianne Asset Management Group has three specialties which we do well and with great dignity.
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 2021-04-12 06:45:01 UTC
Raytheon says Q1 sales, profit likely above guidance, CFO steps down
Raytheon Technologies Corp. said late Friday it is likely to report first-quarter results above guidance, and announced that it had a new chief financial officer. Raytheon previously called for first-quarter sales between $14.8 billion and $15.4 billion, and first-quarter adjusted per-share earnings between 70 cents and 75 cents. Based on preliminary results, sales are likely to come in above the guidance's mid-point, and adjusted EPS is likely to come in between 87 cents and 90 cents, Raytheon said. In the same statement, the company said that Chief Financial Officer Anthony O'Brien has stepped down, and that Neil Mitchill, the vice president of financial planning and investor relations, has been appointed as his replacement. Mitchill will report directly to Chief Executive Officer Greg Hayes. Mitchill was named in 2019 as the acting senior vice president and CFO of United Technologies Corp., a role in which he served until the merger between the two companies. Raytheon shares rose 0.4% after the news, and ended the regular trading session up 1.1%.read more
Dow, S&P 500 close at records to book solid weekly gains
U.S. stocks finished higher on Friday, capping a week of gains for major equity benchmarks as investors took comfort in dovish comments from senior Federal Reserve officials throughout this week. The S&P 500 gained 0.8% to finish near 4,129. The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 0.9% to end around 33,803, based on preliminary numbers. The S&P 500 and Dow set an intraday record and finished at an all-time high on Friday. The Nasdaq Composite rose 0.5% to end at 13,900. For the week, the S&P 500 gained 2.7%, the Dow rose 2%, and the Nasdaq added 3.1%. Fed Vice Chairman Richard Clarida said on Friday any rise in inflationary was unlikely to last, adding to the impression that the Fed was likely to look past the expected surge in price pressures this year. Amazon.com Inc. shares rose after the e-commerce giant defeated a unionization effort by workers at one of its warehouses in Alabama.read more
House Ethics Committee opens probe of Rep. Matt Gaetz
The House Ethics Committee on Friday opened a probe into Rep. Matt Gaetz, a Florida Republican who is under investigation for potential violation of sex-trafficking laws. The panel said in a statement it is aware of allegations against Gaetz, including that he "may have engaged in sexual misconduct and/or illicit drug use." The New York Times reported earlier this week that Gaetz sought a blanket pardon for himself and others during the waning weeks of the Trump administration. Former President Donald Trump denied the report on Wednesday.read more
Oil futures finish lower, with U.S. prices down over 3% for the week
Oil futures settled lower on Friday, with U.S. prices losing more than 3% for the week as rising global cases of COVID-19 threaten to slow demand for energy. "The market remains without a clear direction, but sentiments are to the negative" given the decision by major oil producers to gradually increase production, the potential addition of Iranian oil, and a continued rise in U.S. oilfield activity, said Manish Raj, chief financial officer at Velandera Energy. May West Texas Intermediate crude fell 28 cents, or 0.5%, to settle at $59.32 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Prices lost 3.5% from the settlement on April 1, which marked the end of the holiday-shortened week.read more
Pfizer asks FDA to expand COVID-19 vaccine authorization to include 12- to 15-year-olds
Shares of Pfizer Inc. gained 1% in trading on Friday after the drug maker said it requested that the emergency-use authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine be amended to include teens between the ages of 12 and 15. The vaccine is currently authorized for people who are at least 16 years old in the U.S. Pfizer said a Phase 3 clinical trial in 12- to 15-year-olds found that the vaccine is 100% efficacious and had a similar side-effect profile to past study participants between the ages of 16 and 25. Pfizer developed the vaccine with BioNTech SE . Pfizer's stock is down 1.3% since the start of the year, while the broader S&P 500 is up 8.5%.read more