A couple of episodes ago I talked about my latest update on my Robo portfolio that I setup a couple of years ago. People seem to be interested in my observations about my experience using a Robo Adviser. One of the main reasons I setup an account was to see if these types of portfolios perform any better than traditional portfolios. I asked the question does this type of business model make money for investors? Until recently, most online wealth management firms did not want to go there and disclose the performance of their online portfolios. So in my own small way I've been trying to answer this question. Suffice to say, some people seem to find my questions "strange". A blogger recently posted that I'm asking the wrong investing question in that performance shouldn't play a factor in investing. In this episode Aman offers a response to this post as well as further reinforce why there are no bad questions in investing.