Почему Alianne Asset Management?

ААМ является алгоритмическая управление активами / гибридная компания, специализирующаяся в иностранной валюте и торговле фьючерсами. Мы уделяем приоритетное внимание безопасности средств клиентов при наличии сегрегированных счетов в известных брокерских фирм. Мы также обеспечивают большую ликвидность, прозрачность и полный контроль клиента для наших инвесторов.

Это наша единственная цель, чтобы последовательно принимать как можно больше прибыли, как это возможно с рынка, используя наши проверенные и запатентованные автоматизированные торговые методологии. Мы ваши одна остановка магазин для создания богатства и защиты активов.

Преимущества открытия счета с Alianne

  • Счет торговали нашими алгоритмических систем и управляются профессионалами-Hybrid
  • возможности получения прибыли в обоих роста и падения рынков
  • некоррелированных возвращается в любой принадлежащих акций, взаимных фондов, а также инвестиции в недвижимость
  • Торговая система следующим образом наши принципы управления рисками
  • Защита активов и диверсификация портфеля
  • 24-часовой веб-доступ к вашей учетной записи частного
  • Вы остаетесь фактическим владельцем ваших инвестиций

Технологическая надежность

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Наши серверы являются одними из самых надежных в мире, работающий 24 часа в сутки с 99,999%. Alianne использует алгоритмы для управления всей торгового цикла своего портфеля с точки входа, ликвидации, и поэтому мы должны быть подключены все время. Наши клиенты могут хорошо отдохнуть, зная, что наша технология является одним из лучших и самых надежных в мире, который действительно позволяет им инвестировать с уверенностью.

Обзор рынка

Курсы валют

инструментBidAskHighLow
EURUSD 1.1068 1.10681 1.11443 1.10606
USDJPY 108.027 108.034 108.213 107.124
GBPUSD 1.23381 1.23388 1.24683 1.23324
USDCHF 0.95627 0.95632 0.95678 0.95023
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обновленный 2020-03-30 07:35:02 UTC

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