Is Wealthify a good option to invest in? I am 67 and want good (early returns).
28 February 2022
Question by Danny
Hi, simple question: £200k to invest. Is Wealthify a very good option? I am 67 and want good (early returns).
Answered by Bodie Dove
Thank you for your question.
I think my main concern would be be (early returns), anyone that promises or suggests that they can achieve this for you should probably be avoided.
An online platform could be a good option for you, these types of platforms offer a reasonably cost effective solution, commonly achieved through a form of robo advice, effectively you tell them what risk you want to take and they match you to a fund. There is no conversation or consideration given to your wider circumstances, goals or objectives or any further planning tailored to achieving these.
By comparison having an adviser that actively works with you to really understand your attitude to risk, your capacity for loss, your goals and objectives and how your wider circumstances affect all of this will add a value that offsets the additional costs to run your investments.
If you would like to have a free initial chat to discuss your requirements I would be more than happy to talk to you.
Please feel free to contact me firstname.lastname@example.org or 07507443388
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