Investing Made Simple

We customise your investment portfolio based on:

your risk tolerance

your income needs

your ethical investing preferences

your retirement timeframe

your superannuation

Whether you are an experienced investor or have never invested before, we provide the best solution for you.

Why Choose Nucleus Wealth
As your Wealth Manager?

Simple Online Tailoring Process

 

Create and customise your investment portfolio within 10 minutes through our online onboarding portal.

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A Safe Investment

 

We only target high quality stocks to reduce risk. Our actively managed portfolios are limited to blue chip International and Australian stocks, cash and government bonds.

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Built for Transparency
 
View your entire investment portfolio in our portal, outlining your asset weightings, which stocks you own and why. 
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Active & Passive Investment Solutions

 

Offering both actively & passively managed investment portfolios, we provide a wealth management solution best suited to your goals & preferences.

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Change Your Preferences Anytime
 
Your portfolio of worldwide stocks, cash and bonds is generated. Deposit or withdraw anytime through a simple bank transfer. 
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Trusted Third Party Protection
 
All capital is held & maintained by our Separately Managed Account provider, Praemium, backed by JPMorgan & HSBC. Cash management is backed by ANZ Bank.
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The Nucleus Wealth Solution

Nucleus Wealth was created for everyday Australians looking for the middle ground in investment solutions, bridging the gap between cookie-cutter robo-advice and high-cost financial planning.

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Check out our investment resources section to read our latest articles, monthly performance reports, watch our webinars and listen to our Nucleus Investment Insights podcast.

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