​Roboadvisers get by with a little help from their (human) friends


The rise of so-called roboadvisers has been among the most significant changes to how consumers obtain financial planning advice in the past several years. With low minimum investment requirements and reasonable fees, the automated services have popularized a new way of getting professional help. But a growing number of these online services are adding warm-blooded financial planners to the mix.

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