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Robo Advisors (Betterment, Wealthfront, Etc)

Discussion in 'Investments' started by thedude, Jan 14, 2016.

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    I'm currently with Wealthfront who is free up to 10k. I like it a lot, I just wish I could pull all of my investments out of the natural resources category. With the oil field crashing hard my stock in that category is plummeting.

    I did sign up with WiseBanyan but got tired of waiting for my invite. Anybody have good experiences with this one yet? I like the idea of this one being free but it seems like most people go with Betterment. I don't understand why so many people go with Betterment because of the fees.

    In my opinion, these robo advisors are a great way for lazy people like me to invest in the stock market without thinking much. I believe most of them invest in index funds, which have proven high profit ranges.
     

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