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Currently have $50 in stashaway only. Not dca-ing into stashaway now. Dca-ing 400 into etfs (200 into Nikko AM ETF and 200 into ABM ETF). Should I change the proportion and invest more into robo?

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    • Gabriel Lee
      Gabriel Lee
      366 Answers, 560 Upvotes
      Answered on 03 Nov 2018

      Investing more into robo would be a great way to diversify your portfolio and gain exposure into the US market

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    • Yixiong Chang
      Yixiong Chang
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      Answered on 03 Nov 2018

      By buying into etfs of your choice, you are actively taking a market view. By investing into stashaway (or other robo), you are allowing someone else to take a market view. You didnt mention which exact etf u are buying into and using which platform to do that. So you have to consider what is the risk exposure u are willingly to accept or want to go into. Also u have to consider the costs, what are your total cost involved for both methods (as %of investment amount).

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    Lok Yang Teng
    Lok Yang Teng
    307 Answers, 415 Upvotes
    03 Nov 2018

    Depends on what you want to invest in. If you want to invest in foreign stocks/ETFs, then go with stashaway. If you're planning to DCA with Stashaway in local ETFs, then you should compare the management fees between those Nikko and Stashaway.

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