Robo-Advisors’ Growth Is “Uberization” Of Asset AllocationMani
Even though robo-advisors currently allocate 100% to passive strategies, they may be a major disrupting force in asset allocation, believes Bernstein. Inigo Fraser-Jenkins and colleagues said in their October 31 research piece titled “Fund Management Strategy: Robo advisors' threat to fund managers - R2-D2 or Terminator?” that they believe robo-advisors are more R2-D2 as they currently manage only a small portion of invested assets.
Robo-advisors can bridge the “advice gap”
Fraser-Jenkins and team highlight that robo-advisors . . .
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