Asked on 06 May 2020
Hello there Anon! You can definetly try it. I am also investing into the active market for the past 2 years and something has always been lacking. Robo filled that gap for me when stocks are overvalued and a place for me to put extra spare cash rather than to collect dust in the banks.
I actually wrote an article regarding Syfe vs Stashaway which you can check out here. Likewise, I have a few other articles covering Syfe as a suitable investment if you are starting out with less than 20k :-) If you have more than that, then read the blog post and make your own choice! Cheers and happy investing!
I personally enjoy using a roboadvisor (Stashaway) because it gives you a relatively broad market exposure with no / very low minimum balance (depends on your roboadvisor)
I would not use actively managed products nor robos. you can successfully do at least as well as those with a buy&hold passive ETF only strategy on your own.
like written up here:
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