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Will Robo-Advisors become the New Financial Adviser?

Will Robo-Advisors Become my Financial Adviser

Today’s Financial Adviser is becoming today’s Robo-Advisor. The ranks of today’s Financial Advisers will most likely be significantly reduced in the next 5 to 10 years and possibly much sooner.  Instead of visiting with your local adviser you will be managing your money using your desktop, laptop or mobile phone. Over 1 million B2B sales jobs will lose their jobs to self-service e commerce by 2020 according to Forrester Research, a reduction of 20% of the current workforce. Similar changes are already coming to the number of US financial advisors whose numbers fell for the fifth straight year to 285,000.  The industry has lost more than 39,000 advisers, about 12%, since its peak in 2008 according to the Boston based research group Cerulli Associates.  Nearly half of the current financial advisers are over the age of 55 and Cerulli expects about 100,000 of today’s FA’s will retire in the next 10 years. The growth in the financial services industry is coming from the Wealth Management sector where most earn fixed annual fees based on total assets managed.  However most wealth managers want clients with at least $500,000 or more to invest and these minimums are increasing.  JP Morgan/Chase’s Wealth Management…

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So what do you do when the machines live in your back pocket? Wealthfront, that’s questionable.

WealthFront on that Product Lead, Email Marketing Search, are you the ONE?

So the word on the street is machines (robots) will be taking over our jobs very soon. If this is the case why not speed things up and let them into your wallets now. The reality is, it doesn’t really seem like you have much of a choice either way, and there are billions of dollars of investment money being thrown at the development of automated investing platforms. On a personal level, less “financiers” and “legal aids” in white shirts and ties filling up the Manhattan skyscraping Jungle is fine with me. Maybe we’ll rent those empty offices to the homeless. On a lighter note, financial advisory start-up Wealthfront went from $700 million in assets to a billion in a four month period, even typing a statement like this makes my jaw hurt. The goal is to engage young investors who innately detest human contact and are appealed by the idea of automated efficiency where their money is concerned. So what does this all mean for your money? The company was built on the shoulders of a previous company called KaChing that went nowhere and died a sad death. CEO Adam Nash says the reason for the creation of the…

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