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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 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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