Pros and cons of having a ‘robo adviser’ manage your portfolio
So-called “robo advisers,” computerized financial advisers that use algorithms to automate portfolio management with limited or no human intervention, are projected to have $2.2 trillion in assets under management in five years, according to Maria Cardow, director of business consulting at Synechron in Manhattan.
Nance-Nash, Sheryl, "Pros and cons of having a ‘robo adviser’ manage your portfolio" (2016). In the News. 1845.