There are over 200 robo advisors in the U.S. alone and each one of offers a different service.
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If you are here you probably already know what a robo advisor is and how it works. However if you have any other questions please check the following list:
|10,000$||Human Advisor||Robo Advisor|
|Value in 20 years||20,696$||£24,014$|
The main component of most robo advisor generated porfolios are ETFs or mutual funds. An ETF is a collection of securities that are traded on an exchange, just like a stock.
By investing in these low-risk funds, robo advisors are able to actually meet the returns of the market.
By the way, most investment professionals cannot beat the returns of the market.
Typically you will need to answer a series of questions upon signing up.
In the next step your answers are being evaluated by the robo advisor.
The data will then be used to create a portfolio and automatically invest your assets.
A robo-advisor is a service that provides automated financial planning. There is usually very little human supervision which means that the fees are usually a lot lower than the fees a traditional (human) advisor would charge.