Prezi Background_MG_6146Established in 1995, Holderness Investments Company is a money management firm in Greensboro, NC providing investment solutions for Private Wealth clients, Institutions, and Financial Advisors.  At Holderness, we seek to be a trustworthy steward of our clients’ financial assets.

We are an investment think tank.  Holderness Investments focuses on proprietary market research and analysis to find solutions for our clients.  The investment landscape has changed dramatically over the last 100 years.  We are trusted by our clients to continually monitor and evaluate global markets in search of attractive investment opportunities that will help them meet their goals.  

 

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Watch Wage Data for Fed Action


By Charles Freeman, CFA  –   October 31, 2014

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It seems the Federal Reserve is finally starting to recognize that the decline in the employment participation rate could be more structural in nature. The rhetoric this week displayed a bit more of a hawkish tone suggesting that the labor market may not have as much slack as previously thought…

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Positives for Europe


By Charles Freeman, CFA  –   October 30, 2014

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As we have mentioned, Europe is still in the early stages of recovery. Two recent positive events this week should help get things back on track. Both relate to the banking situation in Europe, a key driver for growth. Banking stress tests and lending standards statistics point to a more positive environment for lending going into the 4th quarter…

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Solid Jobs Report


By Charles Freeman, CFA  –   October 3, 2014

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Once again the growing strength in the U.S. economy was reflected in the jobs report this morning. Actual jobs for the month of September increased 248,000 vs. a consensus estimate of 215,000. Further, the unemployment rate ticked down to 5.9% also surprising analysts.

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