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Fintech one-year analysis: first robo-advisors are back in positive territory

The “Charging Bull” in front of the New York Stock Exchange.imago images / UPI Photo

Although the corona crisis has hit many parts of the economy hard, the financial markets have recovered in recent weeks. This is also noticeable with the Robo-Advisorn. Fintechs automatically invest customer funds in ETFs.

The crash followed a strong start to the end of February. And the providers have not yet recovered from this, as new figures from the broker comparison portal show. But the values ​​are rising again: in April alone, the customer portfolios gained up to seven percent (Easyfolio).

The overall balance is still clearly negative – and only a few providers perform better than the broker comparison portfolio.

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