SINGAPORE – Investors over the age of 50 are taking a greater liking to robo-advisers, which have tended to be more popular among younger folk.

It helps that these digital investment platforms are becoming more mainstream and making it easier for people to invest in higher-yield assets like equities amid the low interest rates now prevailing, Mr Kelvin Goh, head of wealth advisory at OCBC Bank, told The Straits Times.

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