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Old 10.09.2020, 14:15
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Re: New to Switzerland and investing - help needed!

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Thanks for all the tips everyone.

Should I also consider robo-advisers? Please excuse my naivety, but they seem take a lot of hassle out of the entire process. Do they have any major drawbacks? Are there any that come strongly recommended?

Although I have a basic understanding of the various investment products, I'm not sure that I am in a position to objectively assess my investment risk profile and how to split up my investments accordingly.
I suggest reading this blog post which also mentions drawbacks and lists the most common ones in CH. If your profile fits that description, it can be a good option. The investment risk profile is the lesser problem as you can do that for free I think, the selling point is that you do not have to rebalance your portfolio, you put the money in and forget about it.
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