- What is computerized investing?
- Robots get help from humans again
- Personal contact remains important with investment diamonds
Betterment, one of the world’s leading specialists in computerized investing, opts for financial advice from humans again. Over the past decades, computerized investment systems were on the rise. American providers of such automated systems had 74 billion euros under their management at the end of 2016. By 2020, this is expected to rise to 470 billion euros. This explains why banks in recent months referred to robot advisors to illustrate what the digital revolution for their sector means.