Most people agree that it’s important to invest for the future. But considering roughly half the country has nothing whatsoever invested in the stock market, it’s obviously easier said than done. Granted, income inequality makes it difficult for many to invest. And memories of the 2008 financial crisis have frightened away others. But in some cases, people fail to start investing because they are simply too intimidated.
Luckily, automated investing tools have drastically simplified the process and dramatically lowered costs. With an automated investing tool, or “robo-advisor,” the investment choices are left in the (figurative) hands of sophisticated computer algorithms, Lees verder