Where do robo-advisers fit into the overall wealth management process? Below is a very interesting article on the subject. Many consumers would like to have the perceived cost savings of a robo-adviser combined with the advantages of a human adviser. We offer that at Carrington Financial Planning. We found a way to offer robo level investment fees combined with comprehensive planning. While I am not a fan of the robos, I have to admit that the robot adviser in the photo below looks pretty cool.

Do human advisers make clients happier than robos?