NOTE: This is not a sponsored post. This article is part of an ongoing series of updates about the DBS Digi Portfolio. For those who are not up-to-date, you can read our earlier post here.
A month back, DBS announced that they were launching their own robo-advisory platform. I signed up as a beta tester in order to give readers of WhatCard a quick review of the tool.
Before diving into the review proper, I just wanted to share our “house”’s philosophy on robo-advisors; unlike other personal finance sites, we believe that the way to determine a top quality robo-advisors is not by the lowest platform / management fee charged to users, but by the robo-advised portfolio’s track record in re-balancing the portfolio. As many such robo-advisors have only sprung up in the past couple of years, few have a distinctively long track record. Hence, we try to