Your DIY Mix investment options

Get a bit hands-on with our DIY Mix options. Pick where you want to invest to create a portfolio that’s just right for you.

Australian Shares

Invests in a wide range of companies listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.

It's designed to have strong long-term capital growth with possible short-term fluctuations in returns.

Investment returns are net of investment fees and taxes. The 5 year figure is a rolling return as at 30 June 2019. Investment returns aren’t guaranteed. Past performance isn’t a reliable indicator of future returns.
PERFORMANCE SNAPSHOT

9.47%

5 year average return per annum performance.

10.86%

Return for the 2019 Financial Year.

Investment objective

To beat the S&P/ASX 300 Accumulation Index (adjusted for franking credits) over the medium to long term.*

Minimum investment timeframe:
At least 12 years.

* Index level returns, adjusted for implied superannuation tax (where applicable).

Risk level for time invested

In the short-term (less than 5 years):
VERY HIGH risk

In the medium-term (5 to 20 years):
MEDIUM risk

In the long-term (more than 20 years):
LOW to MEDIUM risk

Risk of negative return:
About 6 in every 20 years

Investment breakdown

Ready to make your choice?

The easiest way to make your investment choice is by logging into your account, or downloading our mobile app from the Apple Store or Google PlayIf you can’t make your choice online, call us on 1300 300 273, 8am-8pm AEST/AEDT weekdays.

If you don’t make a choice at all when you join, we invest your money in our Balanced option, which is our default option.

Strategic asset allocations and other information are for the 2019/20 fiscal year.  Allocation or the composition of individual classes and other investment information may change from time to time to suit prevailing market conditions.  Investment returns aren't guaranteed as all investments carry some risk.  Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

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