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A robo-advisor is a fancy term for an advisor that automates the process of financial planning.
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The reasons for the dour expectations are many, especially on key fundamental factors.
ETFs hold an edge because they tend to use passive investing and have some tax advantages.
More specialized, complex or individualized tasks may require you to consult a financial adviser.
Even more oddly, the Halloween Effect seems to work not only in the U.S. but also around the world.
The industry has begun to embrace robo-advisers, merging their automation with traditional financial advice.
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