How is it possible to provide an “Estimated Return” for robo-advisors? Are you doing something incredibly clever in which you are forecasting the upcoming returns based on historical information? Presumably not. Did you mean “Historical Return”, then? And each of the robo-advisors you listed offers a wide variety of portfolios with correspondingly various returns. How is it possible to consolidate all that information into a single number? It’s all quite opaque.
Robo-advisors are generally able to be less risky than peer-to-peer lending. I think this is what you mean when you score the robo-advisors with 6s and 7s on “Risk” but give P2P lending firms 3s. This is backwards from my intuition: I’d guess larger numbers are riskier.
Why are some of the options greyed out?
I could see the utility in a page which offers helpful pros and cons of the various popular options. What exactly are you bootstrapping? What problem are you solving?