- “Robo-advisers” — investing apps that use algorithms to create and manage investment portfolios — are easily accessible and simple to use.
- Below, financial planner Eric Roberge explains that they lower the barrier to entry for investing by enabling users to open accounts quickly, easily, and with less cash upfront.
- However, they’re limited by the information you give them. If you need a personalized investment plan as your finances become more complicated, you might want to consider a financial adviser instead.
- SmartAsset’s free tool can help find a financial adviser to craft your investing plan »
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