Why Financial Professionals are Still Important
Robo-advisors are evolving, but they will never compete with a live person in determining how to invest your money. While working on a sensitive thing, like investments, you probably want a personal touch. A financial advisor can help you identify your goals, look at the future, and divise a way to get you where you want to be financially. You also want to be involved in the investment process. When you learn what works, and what doesn't, having a financial advisor can make a huge difference. And keep in mind that when dealing with financial advisors, you get their knowledge of the market and trends. You get their access to resources and tools, providing you with the latest information on investments, that are not necessarily accessible to the public. While robo-advisors are an easy way to get started, the financial advisor plays a personal role in your wealth management, that a robo-advisor never could.
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