You are a small investor and feel that financial planners are not for you? You could try robo-advisors, instead. Here’s taking a look at the services on offer and what they cost

If you’ve watched the famous Hollywood flick ‘RoboCop’, which features a superhuman law enforcer, then robo-advisors may conjure up images of robots handing out financial advice in synthesised voices. As futuristic as it sounds, that’s not the case. A robo-advisor is essentially an online financial advisory firm that uses automation and algorithms to offer investment advice. It not only helps ...