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Investment Strategy

We understand that our clients have unique goals, needs and risk tolerances. We do not put people in boxes or have a "one size fits all" approach; instead, we work with you to create a customized solution that meets your needs. In doing so, we examine income needs, tax implications, goals, risk tolerance and other factors to build a portfolio that makes sense for you.
Thorough Research

Our security selection process incorporates both fundamental and technical analysis. From a fundamental standpoint, we examine a number of factors including valuation, financial statements, earnings reports and dividend yield. We also incorporate technical analysis, which involves looking at chart patterns and momentum factors to gauge whether a security has become oversold or overbought. Our research emphasizes companies that grow their dividend, have low debt and healthy balance sheets, positive fundamentals and growth catalysts. Furthermore, we tend to be more value or contrarian investors choosing not to chase momentum trends or invest in high valuation stocks. We are mindful of sector weighting and try to manage portfolios to reflect similar sector weighting to the S&P 500 Index; however, the Portfolio Management Team reserves the right to overweight, underweight or exclude sectors in portfolios at their discretion.

Once your portfolio is invested, the ongoing monitoring and due diligence process is just getting started. Our Portfolio Managers tirelessly screen indexes and sectors for companies that present attractive growth at a reasonable price. Our Investment Committee meets every week to discuss new additions, potential sales, economic data, politics and other current events. Our investment holdings are monitored regularly by our Portfolio Managers. A member of our Portfolio Management team attends every quarterly earnings call for positions held in portfolios. The Portfolio Managers also regularly monitor tax implications, risk tolerance and other factors to ensure that the portfolio is aligned with your goals and objectives.
Putting You First

Acting as a fiduciary, we put our clients’ interests ahead of our own. We do not use proprietary products; our research and portfolio management process is entirely independent and focused on meeting the goals of our clients. Our commitment to ethical business practices is driven by adherence to the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct.

The Randolph Company claims compliance with the CFA Institute Asset Manager Code of Professional Conduct. This claim has not been verified by the CFA Institute.

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About US

investment management for high net worth individuals, trusts and charitable endowments.

Our History
The Randolph Company was founded in 1966 by Guy D. Randolph, Jr., as a financial services company that specialized in life insurance. In 1986, Carter F. Randolph, PhD, started a career as an independent investment advisor and in 1996 succeeded as Chairman and President of The Randolph Company. The company focus moved from insurance to portfolio management, and The Randolph Company now has assets under management of over $500 million.

Our Philosophy
At The Randolph Company, our clients are always our number one priority. We believe that trust between a client and a financial advisor is of utmost importance, and we do not take this relationship lightly. We make educated, informed decisions that align with our clients’ goals and desired outcomes. We do not use proprietary products. Instead, we provide unbiased, customized portfolio solutions for each client. Our clients grant us full discretion, allowing us to utilize our experience and expertise to build diversified portfolios in a cost and tax conscious manner.

We believe the segregation of duties is a very important principle in wealth management. We are not affiliated with a law firm, accounting firm or insurance firm. We believe such affiliations may cloud the ability of each provider to render the best advice to clients.

To ensure the security of our clients’ funds, The Randolph Company utilizes TD Ameritrade, a well-known leader in the financial services industry, as custodian for our clients. All statements and trade confirmations are sent from TD Ameritrade directly to our clients.

  • Guy Randolph


Our Success Comes From Your Success

We Build A Portfolio Aligned With Your Goals


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Community Involvement

We believe that giving back and being involved with our community is essential.
At The Randolph Company we are able to help support local organizations (linked below).
  • Greenacres
  • Josh Cares
  • Madhatter
  • Wine Down Wednesday
  • YMCA


Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

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The Randolph Company was established in 1986 as a Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission or any state securities authority does not imply a certain level of skill or training. More information about The Randolph Company can be found on the SEC website. The Randolph Company’s latest ADV Brochure is located here. Past performance is not as an indication of future results. This presentation is for informational purposes and is not an offer to solicit any purchase or sales of securities.


The Randolph Company may obtain nonpublic personal information about you from investment advisory agreements and accounts. We are committed to maintaining your trust and confidence by safeguarding this information. We do not disclose any of your personal information to anyone without your consent except as mandated by law. We restrict access to your personal information to those employees who need to know that information to provide services to you.

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