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- Choose from 5 portfolios
- 0.50% fee for balances up to $199,999
- Minimum deposit: $10,000
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Invest in Australian and global shares, property, infrastructure, emerging markets, bonds and cash with Six Park.
Six Park offers five investment portfolios to choose between, ranging from conservative to high-growth. Each portfolio is diversified across a range of asset classes using high-quality exchange traded funds (ETFs).
Disclaimer: Investments made through a P2P lending platform are not protected and are subject to risks including credit risk (defaults) and liquidity risk. These investments are not subject to review by the Australian Financial Complaints Authority. Actual returns may vary from the Expected Returns declared by the Providers. Read the PDS for details before investing and consider your own circumstances, or get advice, before investing.
Sharesight Portfolio Tracker
Sharesight works alongside your online share trading platform and can be integrated with your Xero account.
- Free for investors with less than 10 holdings
- Comprehensive dividend and tax reporting
- 25+ stock exchanges supported
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