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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Latest Blog Posts

Euro breaking down


By Charles Freeman, CFA  –   August 26, 2014

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It has been widely argued that the Euro should be lower relative to the dollar. However, it has taken a deflation scare to finally force the ECB into action as monetary easing looks more and more likely. Mario Draghi, the ECB’s chief, has stated that he will use all available tools if inflation falls lower.

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A Tale of Two Markets


By Charles Freeman, CFA  –   August 18, 2014

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The movements of financial markets can be difficult to rationalize especially given the ever-increasing complexity of world markets. The media feels a critical need to assign every market move to a specific “cause” even though there is no possible way to prove that was indeed the cause.

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The Paradox of Market Moves and the News


By Charles Freeman, CFA  –   August 1, 2014

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…the market does not always move in an intuitive way where “good” news should cause the market to go up, and “bad” news should cause the market to go down. There are times when the opposite occurs – good news is bad for the market, and bad news is good for the market.

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