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Anonymous

20 Sep 2021

Robo-Advisors

Thinking of moving core portfolios from StashAway to another robo-advisor. What are your thoughts between Syfe and Endowus?

Been with StashAway for 1.5 years. I have 2 core portfolios - SRI 22% for Retirement in 30 years and SRI 20% for House in 6 years. Realised that their fees are the highest and even the SRI 22% only has 43.5% allocation to equities. I feel that I can take on more risk and equities in order to get higher returns.

Trying to decide between Syfe or Endowus. For Syfe, I could do the Equity100 or Core Growth for Retirement and Core Balanced for House. For Endowus, I could do the Very Aggressive (100% Equities) for Retirement and Aggressive (80/20) or Balanced (60/40) for House.

Appreciate any thoughts on whether I should move, to which robo-advisor and are the potential portfolios I might move to the right ones? Thanks!

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What are your thoughts?

Ngooi Zhi Cheng

Ngooi Zhi Cheng

20 Sep 2021

Level 8·Student Ambassador 2020/21 at Seedly

Personally, I feel that Robo-advisors is a low-cost, fuss-free method of a managed ETF portfolio. As such if you compare across Syfe and Endowus platforms, Syfe is generally cheaper from the 50k to 1m range. As such I went with Syfe. See which one you prefer!

I do not generally take the management strategy into account.

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