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AlphaMark Advisors was founded in 1999 as a Registered Investment Advisor under the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. Our founder, Michael Simon, believed it was possible to create an investment advisory firm that put the clients’ interests first. The core of our firm is grounded by that belief. We are employee owned and have had the same research and portfolio managers since inception. AlphaMark Advisors operates under three unwavering principles.
1. Dedication to our clients that goes far beyond the ordinary.
2. Discipline in our objective, analytical approach.
3. Depth of knowledge of our field, and in the qualifications of our team.
AlphaMark Advisors provides investment advisory services to more than 385 clients; with managed assets over $350 million as of 03/31/2018. The types of accounts that we service include: Institutional, Mutual Fund Investment Advisor, Individual, Pension, Personal, Profit Sharing, IRA, 401(k), Trust and Foundation.
The AlphaMark equity investment philosophy is based on an appreciation of risk. We identify earnings momentum in high quality, high cash flow companies. It is imperative to select only those companies that have a sustainable business model through various economic conditions.
Expert, unbiased investment advice from a trusted source has always been at a premium. Today, this advice is more valuable than ever.
If you are seeking an investment advisory firm exemplifying the above attributes, a company with which you can establish a trusted and long-term relationship, we invite you to learn more about AlphaMark Advisors. Our clients are united in the belief that we strive to provide unparalleled service, independent objective analysis, and the highest standards of professionalism should not only be desirable in an investment advisory firm, but demanded of it.
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