camila December 5, 2021

SINGAPORE – They might not have the human touch and won’t make you a consoling cup of tea when your shares take a hit but roboadvisers are becoming an increasingly popular for investors.

Tech-based solutions have become far more acceptable in the pandemic and its proving no different among investors – especially younger ones – who are looking at new ways of organising their finances.

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