Putting Robo Advisers to the Test

My thoughts: When you’re 65 and worried about whether you money will run out before you die, you won’t want to listen to a robo advisor. You’ll want to listen to a human-being that can lean over the table, look you in the eye and say, “Don’t worry, your family is going to be alright”.

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