Let’s say you have a pile of cash that you’re ready to invest.
If you’re like me, you probably don’t want to spend all your time with your eyes glued to a screen, actively trading on Robinhood. You want your money to grow, but you don’t want to think about it all the time. Maybe the idea of interacting with an investment professional gives you anxiety, or the fees sound like a lot.
Here’s what I did: I skipped the personal investment adviser and got a robot to build my portfolio.
Roboadvisers, digital apps that use algorithms to build investment portfolios, are an increasingly popular vehicle for investing, especially for young adults who want a tool that is uncomplicated and mobile-friendly.