In today’s linkfest I noted the fact that Betterment was teaming up with Fidelity Investments to offer Betterment services to Fidelity-affiliated financial advisors. However the most interesting thing from the New York Times article was the great graphic “Inexpensive Advice for Index-Fund Investments.” It lists most of the providers of automated portfolio services, the fees they charge, minimum balances and some commentary on their offerings.* I have a screen capture of the table below but you should head over to the article to check it all out including the news that Fidelity’s parent company also invested in FutureAdvisor earlier this year.



*One provider it doesn’t include is Liftoff the new service from Ritholtz Wealth Management that we profiled earlier on Abnormal Returns.