The top 11 robo advisors now manage about $16 billion, according to Aite Group. While this is a mere pittance compared to the $10 trillion-plus in total retail assets, robos are forcing both investors and financial advisors to review the advisor value proposition.
Now that investors can access automated passive investing at dirt cheap prices, how will that affect financial advisors who charge heftier fees for their advice?
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