Virtual wealth management, also known as digital wealth management, is a type of financial service that is delivered online or through a digital platform. It typically involves the use of technology to provide financial advice, portfolio management, and other wealth management services to clients remotely.
Virtual wealth management platforms often use sophisticated algorithms to make investment recommendations, and often have low minimum investment requirements, making it more accessible to a wider range of investors. These platforms may also offer educational resources, such as articles and videos, to help clients make informed investment decisions.
Some virtual wealth management platforms use robo-advisors, which are digital platforms that use algorithms to provide automated financial advice based on a client’s investment goals and risk tolerance. These platforms may also offer human financial advisors for clients who prefer a more personal touch.
Benefits of virtual wealth management include lower costs, 24/7 access to account information and the ability to track your portfolio in real-time, and the convenience of being able to manage your investments from anywhere.
However, it’s important to note that virtual wealth management is not suitable for every investor, and you should consider your investment goals, risk tolerance and financial situation before choosing this option. As always, it’s important to conduct your own research and consult with a financial advisor before making any investment decisions.