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Author Topic: Guys, I am new to investment management and learning the peculiarities of it.  (Read 3001 times)

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Guys, I am new to investment management and learning the peculiarities of it. Can anybody suggest me, is it really a good idea to subscribe to automated investment platforms for avoiding over-diversification in a portfolio? I have heard that online investment platforms like DCI Ecosystem, offers on-the-go investment advice via third-party fintech product/services like Robo-advisory, human advisor, etc. for holding a truly diversified portfolio. If yes, are they expensive than traditional investing tools?
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