Tutorial: AI Assistant
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If you're eager to optimize your investment strategy and make the most of your PortfolioPilot experience, this tutorial will show you how to use one of our core AI Features. Using PortfolioPilot's AI Assistant, you can access portfolio insights, ask specific security questions as part of your research, answer investing questions, and learn more about using PortfolioPilot all from one place.
Note that the AI Assistant is only available to Gold or Platinum subscribers (both available with a 2-week free trial).
Getting Started with the AI Assistant
Access the AI Assistant:
- Find the AI Assistant tab at the top of the PortfolioPilot page.
- Begin by reviewing the [important disclosures], focusing on the Accuracy of Information and Use of AI sections.
- Type in the question that you’d like answered and hit submit, that’s it!
Note: because we use large-language models combined with our own database, calculations, and APIs, you can use normal language to chat with the AI Assistant, and expect timely market information, pre-processed data, and insights including your own portfolio context and preferences.
Example Use Cases: Getting the Most out of the AI Assistant
Check Your Portfolio Score:
- “What is my Portfolio Score?”
- “What is the worst part of my Portfolio Score?”
Receive Personalized Recommendations:
- “Can I get some recommendations to improve my portfolio?”
- “Where should I put my next $1,000 to invest?”
Get Summary Stats:
- “Total expected returns?”
- “What about my yearly dividend returns?”
Enhancing Investment Knowledge
Ask for Educational Content:
- “Explain dollar-cost averaging.”
- “Explain to me like I’m 5 the concept of dividends.”
Follow Up on Specific Recommendations:
- “What do you mean by TIPS?”
Research Specific Securities:
- “Show me the latest news for Tesla.”
- “What is the beta of WMT?”
- “Price of VOO?”
Search Through Categories:
- “What are the top 5 highest expected returning energy stocks?”
- “What are some low-cost gold ETFs?”
- “How do I connect a new account?”
- “Where can I update my risk profile?”
- “What data does Global Predictions use?”
- “How are the models built?“
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