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The Fidelity Go account is a robo-advisor account. When you open the account, you will go through the process of choosing your investment strategy. Then as deposits are received into the account, they will be invested according to that strategy for you. When you make deposits, they can take 7 to 10 business days to be invested for you.
[You can learn more about the Fidelity Go account and how it works at this page on our website](https://www.fidelity.com/digital-investing-and-advice/fidelity-go).
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You have to tell them where to invest it. Call and speak to a financial advisor.
I thought the whole point was that it does it for you?
Nope….there are a lot of different choices. You have to tell them what your goals are, and risk tolerance….and other stuff. Just call…the FA will sort you out in no time.
Good thing you figured it out now and not in 30 years when the cash is worthless.
Money just sits there until you pick what to invest in through their app/website or by calling them.
You may find these links helpful:
- [Retirement Accounts](/r/personalfinance/wiki/index#wiki_retirement)
- ["How to handle $"](/r/personalfinance/wiki/commontopics)
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