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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Europe or The U.S. five years ago??

By Charles Freeman, CFA  –   January 29, 2015

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Dr. David Kelly, Chief Global Strategist of J.P. Morgan funds, gave a teleconference yesterday with a market update. His comments on Europe were most interesting and I wanted to comment on them here. With the announcement of the ECB stimulus program (finally), the region has adopted a similar course of action that the Fed took in 2008-9…


The Yield Conundrum – Exploring Answers

By Charles Freeman, CFA  –   January 16, 2015

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In 2014, the investment community was shocked by the further decline of U.S. interest rates. As the Fed started pulling back stimulus, it was thought that yields would begin to climb back to a normal range. However, the opposite occurred. One speculative thesis is that rates are being held down by the purchase of U.S. Treasuries….


Watch Retail in 2015

By Charles Freeman, CFA  –   December 22, 2014

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The price of oil has collapsed since OPEC decided not to cut output. The decision was the result of rising production in the U.S. leaving OPEC as the “balancing mechanism” for world supply. Cutting their production would mean losing market share, and OPEC has finally drawn a line in the sand by saying they will not continue to be the …