Updated Friday, November 28, 2014 as of 10:38 PM ET
Which Robo Advisors Will Survive?
New tech-driven startups have upended the financial advice market. Now they just have to get through the coming shake-out.
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"This is a head-on counterattack and is definitely making the [digital] space a lot more competitive," says William Trout, a senior analyst for Celent. more »
The startup's software could make basic planning available to a much broader audience than the industry currently serves. more »
But the asset allocation and rebalancing service will launch first for retail before rolling out to Schwab advisors. more »
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New York regulator Benjamin Lawsky may use the cybersecurity rules he's proposed for virtual-currency companies as a model for traditional banks. That would subject the financial institutions his agency supervises to the most stringent data-security rules anywhere. more »
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