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Robo advisers underperform

In Financial competency, Financial planning on 29/08/2018 at 5:15 am

Recently, on the same day that I read OCBC had introduced robo investment advice here, I read

Low-cost robo advice companies billed as investment services for the masses have failed to deliver market-beating returns over the last year according to new research,

Companies such as Nutmeg offer ready-made investment portfolios of low-cost passive funds and have boomed in popularity in recent years amid a growing need for financial advice in the UK. Investors are automatically placed into portfolios based on an online risk assessment.

But according to research by consultancy Boring Money, customers would have earned more from a fund tracking the FTSE 100 than even the best-performing high-risk portfolio, and low-risk investors could have earned more in a cash [special tax account]

FT.

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