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Asia Robo-advisers Performance 1st October 2019

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Asia Robo Advisers Performance - 1st October 2019

It is not really possible to compare robo advisers as each has different risk levels, strategies, currencies and different countries, but Fund Selector Asia has been tracking three or four advisers over the last few months. We've contacted them before to be included.

The results below show the returns of the strategies from the various advisers from July 1st, 2018 to 1st October 2019. Please note different advisers & strategies will win in different months, etc, depending on interest rate levels, cycles in the market, risk on or risk off investing, trade wars, etc. Different strategies will work better under different market conditions, which is why you will always see financial advisers talking about "asset diversification".

Asia Robo Adviser Comparison 2019 - July 1st, 2018 - 1st October, 2019

The table below shows the roboadviser review for 4 roboadvisers currently operating in Asia.

Strategy The Money Pouch (USD) Kristal AI (USD) Raiz (AUD) Aqumon (HKD)
Conservative 4.56% 1.81% 1.99% 0.72%
Balanced 5.46% 0.67% 2.62% 0.50%
Adventurous 5.33% - 0.21% 2.20% 0.19%


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