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Nuveen Unit Trusts, Series 114

Nuveen Short-Term Sector Portfolios
Nuveen Fuel Cell Short-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001
Nuveen Networking & Storage Short-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001
Nuveen Telecommunications Paradigm Short-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001

Nuveen Long-Term Sector Portfolios
Nuveen Fuel Cell Long-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001
Nuveen Networking & Storage Long-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001
Nuveen Telecommunications Paradigm Long-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001

Nuveen Legacy Portfolios
Nuveen Legacy Short-Term Portfolio, January 2001
Nuveen Legacy Long-Term Portfolio, January 2001
Prospectus Part A dated January 17, 2001

 .Portfolios Seek Capital Appreciation
 .Reinvestment Option
 .Letter of Intent Available



The Securities and Exchange Commission has not approved or disapproved these
securities or passed upon the adequacy of this prospectus. Any representation
to the contrary is a criminal offense.

SCT-01-01-P
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Nuveen Unit Trusts, Series 114
<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                            CUSIP Nos:
                                                            Dividend in
                                                            Cash        Reinvested  Wrap
<S>                                                        <C>          <C>        <C>
Nuveen Fuel Cell Short-Term Sector Portfolio,
 January 2001                                              67069H 349   67069H 356 67069H 364
Nuveen Networking & Storage Short-Term Sector Portfolio,
 January 2001                                              67069H 406   67069H 414 67069H 422
Nuveen Telecommunications Paradigm Short-Term Sector
 Portfolio, January 2001                                   67069H 372   67069H 380 67069H 398
Nuveen Legacy Short-Term Portfolio, January 2001           67067G 285   67067G 293 67067G 301
Nuveen Fuel Cell Long-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001  67069H 430   67069H 448 67069H 455
Nuveen Networking & Storage Long-Term Sector Portfolio,
 January 2001                                              67069H 497   67069H 505 67069H 513
Nuveen Telecommunications Paradigm Long-Term Sector
 Portfolio, January 2001                                   67069H 463   67069H 471 67069H 489
Nuveen Legacy Long-Term Portfolio, January 2001            67067G 319   67067G 327 67067G 335
</TABLE>
Overview


Nuveen Unit Trusts, Series 114 in-
cludes the separate unit investment
trusts listed above. Each Portfolio
seeks to provide capital apprecia-
tion. Nuveen Investments ("Nuveen"
or the "Sponsor") serves as the
Sponsor of the Portfolios.



 Contents
<TABLE>
  <C> <S>
    2 Overview
    3 NUVEEN FUEL CELL SHORT-TERM SECTOR
      PORTFOLIO, JANUARY 2001
    8 NUVEEN FUEL CELL LONG-TERM SECTOR
      PORTFOLIO, JANUARY 2001
   13 NUVEEN NETWORKING & STORAGE SHORT-
      TERM SECTOR PORTFOLIO, JANUARY 2001
   18 NUVEEN NETWORKING & STORAGE LONG-
      TERM SECTOR PORTFOLIO, JANUARY 2001
   23 NUVEEN TELECOMMUNICATIONS PARADIGM
      SHORT-TERM SECTOR PORTFOLIO, JANUARY
      2001
   28 NUVEEN TELECOMMUNICATIONS PARADIGM
      LONG-TERM SECTOR PORTFOLIO, JANUARY
      2001
   33 NUVEEN LEGACY SHORT-TERM PORTFOLIO,
      JANUARY 2001
   38 NUVEEN LEGACY LONG-TERM PORTFOLIO,
      JANUARY 2001
   43 How to Buy and Sell Units
   43 Investing in the Portfolios
   43 Sales or Redemptions
   44 Risk Factors
   45 Distributions
   45 Income Distributions
   45 Capital Distributions
   45 General Information
   45 Termination
   46 The Sponsor
   46 Optional Features
   46 Letter of Intent
   46 Reinvestment
   46 Nuveen Mutual Funds
   47 Notes to Portfolios
   48 Statements of Condition
   50 Report of Independent Public
      Accountants
</TABLE>

 For the Table of Contents of Part
 B, see Part B of the Prospectus.


 Units are not deposits or obligations of, or guaranteed by any bank. Units are
 not FDIC insured and involve investment risk, including the possible loss of
 principal.


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Nuveen Fuel Cell
Short-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001

Risk/Return Summary

Investment Objective

The Portfolio seeks to provide capital appreciation.

Investment Strategy

The Portfolio consists of the stocks of companies in the alternative power and
fuel cell subsectors of the energy industry. The Portfolio is diversified
across these industries, including companies that generate energy from, manu-
facture or develop alternative fuels, fuel cells or sub-components used in the
manufacturing of such equipment or power. In addition, the Portfolio includes
companies that manufacture equipment to generate electrical power. The Sponsor
selects stocks within the sector that it believes have the potential for capi-
tal appreciation.

The stocks are expected to remain in the Portfolio until termination.

Security Selection

To create the Portfolio, the Sponsor follows these steps:

 . identifies the various subsectors that comprise the alternative power and
  fuel cell sectors;

 . analyzes which subsectors may benefit from the predicted growth of alterna-
  tive power and fuel cell companies; and

 . selects representative companies within each subsector by examining:

 --products and/or services offered by the companies;

 --the competitive environment;

 --research and development capabilities;

 --management expertise;

 --strategic alliances and potential acquisitions;

 --financing; and

 --a fundamental and technical equity valuation assessment.

As of the Initial Date of Deposit, the stocks in the Portfolio are approxi-
mately equally dollar weighted.

Sector Description

A fuel cell is a device that converts the energy of a fuel (hydrogen, natural
gas, methanol, gasoline, etc.) and an oxidant (air or oxygen) into useable
electricity. Fuel cell construction generally consists of a fuel electrode
(anode) and an oxidant electrode (cathode) separated by an ion conducting mem-
brane. There are several different types of fuel cells, including phosphoric
acid, alkaline, molten carbonate, solid oxide and proton exchange membrane
fuel cells.

Fuel cells may be used to power residences, small businesses, trains, buses,
electric automobiles and many other devices. They are especially useful in re-
mote locations where connecting to a large power grid is not economically fea-
sible.

Production and distribution of energy affects all sectors of the global econo-
my. The increasing industrialization of the world requires sustainable, highly
efficient energy production. Fuel cells may help meet this need. During the
last few years, the fuel cell--invented 160 years ago--has undergone a resur-
gence. Previously these cells were used only in space and technology applica-
tions. Several factors may help promote growth in the alternative power and
fuel cell sectors.

Energy Security--U.S. energy dependence is higher today than it was during the
oil shock of the 1970s, and oil imports are projected to increase. Passenger
vehicles alone consume six million barrels of oil per day, equivalent to 85%
of oil imports. (Fuel Cells 2000.) Fuel cells could dramatically reduce urban
air pollution and decrease oil imports. According to former U.S. Energy Secre-
tary Frederico Pena, "[w]e're going to see fuel cells in cars and other uses
much sooner than we had predicted."

New Materials and Manufacturing--Efforts to advance one of the most promising
techniques--proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEM)--have been stepped up
internationally. These cells can power everything from automobiles to hospi-
tals to submarines. Research into new building materials seeks to combat the
biggest challenge--reducing the cost.

Environmental Regulations--Advances in new techniques have been spurred, in
part, by more stringent environmental standards. In California and other
states, 10% of all vehicles produced after 2003 must be zero-emission vehi-
cles. Half of these vehicles may have PEM drives fueled by methanol or gaso-
line. (Siemans, 2/98.)

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Please be aware that industry predictions may not materialize, and that the
companies selected for the Portfolio do not represent the entire industry and
may not participate in the expected overall industry growth.

Future Portfolios

The Sponsor may create future portfolios that will invest in stocks in this
sector. If these future portfolios are available, you may be able to reinvest
into one of the portfolios at a reduced sales charge.

Primary Risks

You can lose money by investing in the Portfolio. In addition, the Portfolio
may not perform as well as you hope. These things can happen for various rea-
sons, including:

 . Stock prices can be volatile.

 . Share prices or dividend rates on the stocks may decline during the life of
  the Portfolio.

 . The Portfolio is not actively managed and may continue to purchase or hold a
  stock included in the Portfolio even though the stock's outlook or its mar-
  ket value or yield may have changed.

 . The Portfolio is concentrated in the alternative power and fuel cell indus-
  tries. Adverse developments in these industries may significantly affect the
  value of your Units. Companies involved in these industries must contend
  with the high costs of research and development, the lack of a proven mar-
  ket, technological limitations and storage issues, intense competition from
  other alternative power sources and traditional power sources, energy con-
  servation and environmental concerns.

 . Certain of the securities included in the Portfolio may be foreign securi-
  ties or American Depositary Receipts that evidence ownership of underlying
  foreign securities. Foreign securities present risks beyond those of U.S.
  issuers.

 . The Portfolio may contain small capitalization or start-up companies that
  have recently begun operations. Small cap and start-up companies present
  risks beyond those of large cap companies.

Investor Suitability

The Portfolio may be suitable for you if:

 . You are seeking to own alternative power and fuel cell stocks in one conve-
  nient package;

 . You want capital appreciation potential;

 . The Portfolio represents only a portion of your overall investment portfo-
  lio; and

 . The Portfolio is part of a longer term investment strategy that includes the
  investment in subsequent portfolios, if available.

The Portfolio is not appropriate for you if:

 . You are unwilling to take the risks involved with owning a concentrated eq-
  uity investment; or

 .You are seeking preservation of capital or high current income.

Fees and Expenses

This table shows the fees and expenses you may pay, directly or indirectly,
when you invest in the Portfolio.

Unitholder Sales Fees

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                        Percentage
                                                        of Public  Amount per
                                                         Offering    $1,000
                                                          Price    Invested(1)
                                                        ---------- -----------
<S>                                                     <C>        <C>
Maximum Sales Charges
Upfront Sales Charge(2)................................   1.00%      $10.00
Deferred Sales Charge(3)...............................   1.95%      $19.50
Creation and Development Fee Cap over the life of the
 Portfolio(4)..........................................   0.40%      $ 4.00
                                                          -----      ------
 (the Annual Creation and Development Fee is 0.35% of
 average daily net assets and is only charged while a
 Unitholder remains invested)
Maximum Sales Charges (including Creation and
 Development Fee Cap over the life of the
 Portfolio)(4).........................................   3.35%      $33.50
                                                          =====      ======
</TABLE>

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Estimated Annual Operating Expenses
(Paid from Portfolio Assets)

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                     Approximate
                                                     Amount per Unit % of Public
                                                      (based on $10   Offering
                                                          Unit)       Price(1)
                                                     --------------- -----------
<S>                                                  <C>             <C>
Trustee's Fee.......................................    $0.00950       0.0950%
Sponsor's Supervisory Fee...........................    $0.00350       0.0350%
Bookkeeping and Administrative Fees.................    $0.00250       0.0250%
Evaluator's Fee.....................................    $0.00300       0.0300%
Other Operating Expenses(5).........................    $0.00175       0.0175%
                                                        --------       -------
Total...............................................    $0.02025       0.2025%

Maximum Organization Costs(6).......................    $ 0.0225        0.225%
</TABLE>
---------
(1) Based on 100 Units with a $10 per Unit Public Offering Price as of the
    Initial Date of Deposit.
(2) As provided below, Unitholders are subject to a maximum transaction-based
    sales charge (that does not include the Creation and Development Fee) (the
    "Transactional Sales Charge") that consists of an Upfront Sales Charge and
    a Deferred Sales Charge. The maximum Transactional Sales Charge is 2.95%
    of the Public Offering Price. The Upfront Sales Charge equals the differ-
    ence between the maximum Transactional Sales Charge of 2.95% and any re-
    maining deferred sales charges. Accordingly, the percentage amount of the
    Upfront Sales Charge will vary over time.

(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.195 per Unit. The
    percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of De-
    posit and the percentage amount will vary over time.

(4) The Creation and Development Fee (the "C&D Fee") compensates the Sponsor
    for creating and developing the Portfolio. The annual C&D Fee is 0.35% of
    the average daily net assets. The C&D Fee will only be charged for a given
    Unitholder while the Unitholder remains invested. The Portfolio accrues
    the C&D Fee daily during the life of the Portfolio based on its average
    net asset value and pays the Sponsor monthly. In no event will the Sponsor
    collect over the life of the Portfolio more than the C&D Fee Cap (provided
    in the table above) of 0.40% of a Unitholder's initial investment.

(5) Other Operating Expenses do not include brokerage costs and other transac-
    tional fees.

(6) Organization costs are deducted from Portfolio assets at the earlier of
    the close of the initial offering period or six months after the Initial
    Date of Deposit.

You will pay both an Upfront and a Deferred Sales Charge. The Upfront Sales
Charge equals the difference between the maximum Transactional Sales Charge
(which does not include the C&D Fee) of 2.95% of the Public Offering Price and
any remaining deferred sales charges. The Deferred Sales Charge is $0.195 per
Unit and is deducted monthly in installments of $0.039 per Unit on the last
business day of each month from August 31, 2001, through December 31, 2001. If
you redeem Units prior to the collection of the entire Deferred Sales Charge,
any remaining deferred sales charges will be accelerated and collected at that
time.

The maximum per Unit Transactional Sales Charges are reduced as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                               Upfront  Deferred   Total Maximum
                                                Sales     Sales    Transactional
             Number of Units(1)               Charge(2) Charge(3)  Sales Charge
--------------------------------------------- --------- ---------  -------------
<S>                                           <C>       <C>        <C>
Less than 5,000..............................   1.00%     1.95%        2.95%
5,000 to 9,999...............................   0.75%     1.95%        2.70%
10,000 to 24,999.............................   0.50%     1.95%        2.45%
25,000 to 49,999.............................   0.25%     1.95%        2.20%
50,000 to 99,999.............................   0.00%     1.95%        1.95%
100,000 or more..............................   0.00%     1.95%(4)     1.20%
</TABLE>
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(1) Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the ba-
sis of the number of Units purchased, at any point of purchase, using the
equivalent of 5,000 Units to $50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and will
be applied on that basis which is more favorable to you.

(2) The Upfront Sales Charge is based on the Unit price on the Initial Date of
Deposit. Because the Upfront Sales Charge equals the difference between the
applicable Transactional Sales Charge and the remaining deferred charges, the
percentage and dollar amount of the Upfront Sales Charge will vary as the Unit
price varies and after deferred charges begin.

(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.195 per Unit. The
percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of Deposit
and the percentage amount will vary over time.

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(4) All Units are subject to the same Deferred Sales Charge. To allow invest-
ors who purchase 100,000 Units or more to pay a Transactional Sales Charge
that is less than the Deferred Sales Charge, the Sponsor provides such invest-
ors with additional Units to lower the effective sales charge to 1.20%.

As described in "Public Offering Price" in Part B of the Prospectus, certain
classes of investors are also entitled to reduced sales charges. The secondary
market sales charges for the Portfolio are the same as primary market charges
provided above.

Example

This example may help you compare the cost of investing in the Portfolio to
the cost of investing in other funds.

The example assumes that you invest $10,000 in the Portfolio for the periods
indicated and then either redeem or do not redeem your Units at the end of
those periods. The example also assumes a 5% return on your investment each
year and that the Portfolio's operating expenses stay the same. The example
does not include brokerage costs and other transactional fees. Although your
actual costs may be higher or lower, based on these assumptions your costs
would be:

<TABLE>
  <S>                   <C>                               <C>                                 <C>
  1 Year                3 Years                            5 Years                            10 Years
  -------               -------                           ---------                           ---------
  $371.97               $912.29                           $1,478.46                           $3,001.23
</TABLE>

While the Portfolio has a term of approximately 18 months, you may be able to
invest in future portfolios with reduced sales charges. These future sales
charges are included in the amounts provided above.

See "Trust Operating Expenses" in Part B of the Prospectus for additional in-
formation regarding expenses.

Dealer Concessions

The Sponsor plans to allow a concession of 2.50% of the Public Offering Price
for primary and secondary market non-breakpoint purchases of Units to dealer
firms in connection with the sale of Units in a given transaction.

The concession paid to dealers is reduced or eliminated in connection with
Units sold in transactions to investors that receive reduced sales charges
based on the number of Units sold or in connection with Units sold in Rollover
Purchases, to Wrap Account Purchasers and to other investors entitled to the
sales charge reduction applicable for Wrap Account Purchasers, as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                          %
                                                                      Concession
Number of Units*                                                       per Unit
----------------                                                      ----------
<S>                                                                   <C>
Less than 5,000......................................................   2.50%
5,000 to 9,999.......................................................   2.25%
10,000 to 24,999.....................................................   2.00%
25,000 to 49,999.....................................................   1.75%
50,000 to 99,999.....................................................   1.50%
100,000 or more......................................................   0.85%
Rollover Purchases...................................................   1.50%
Wrap Account Purchasers..............................................   0.00%
</TABLE>

*Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the basis
of the number of Units purchased, using the equivalent of 5,000 Units to
$50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and will be applied on that basis
which is more favorable to you and may result in a reduction in the concession
per Unit.

See "Distributions of Units to the Public" in Part B of the Prospectus for ad-
ditional information on dealer concessions and volume incentives.

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--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Schedule of Investments
(at the Initial Date of Deposit, January 17, 2001)

           Nuveen Fuel Cell Short-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001


<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                              Percentage
                                                                  of
                                                              Aggregate                  Cost of    Current
Number of                                              Ticker  Offering  Market Value Securities to Dividend
 Shares          Name of Issuer of Securities(1)       Symbol   Price     per Share   Portfolio(2)  Yield(3)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<S>        <C>                                         <C>    <C>        <C>          <C>           <C>
           Aerospace/Defense--Equipment                           6.70%
    113    United Technologies Corporation             UTX        6.70    $ 70.9375     $  8,016     1.27%
           Batteries/Battery Systems                              6.67
    306    Energy Conversion Devices, Inc.             ENER       6.67      26.0625        7,975      N/A
           Chemicals--Diversified                                19.99
    177    BASF AG ADR(5)                              BF         6.66      45.0000        7,965     1.63%
    248    The Dow Chemical Company                    DOW        6.67      32.1875        7,983     3.60%
    178    E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company         DD         6.66      44.7500        7,966     3.13%
           Chemicals--Specialty                                  19.98
    214    Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.            APD        6.66      37.2500        7,972     2.04%
    384    Engelhard Corporation                       EC         6.66      20.7500        7,968     1.93%
    185    Praxair, Inc.                               PX         6.66      43.0625        7,967     1.44%
           Diversified Manufacturing Operations                   6.67
     57    Siemens AG ADR(5)                           SMAWY      6.67     140.0000        7,980     0.50%
           Electric--Integrated                                  19.98
    236    DTE Energy Corporation                      DTE        6.66      33.7500        7,965     6.10%
    198    IDACORP, Inc.                               IDA        6.65      40.1875        7,957     4.63%
    287    The Southern Company                        SO         6.67      27.8125        7,982     4.82%
           Energy--Alternate Sources                             13.36
    115    FuelCell Energy, Inc.                       FCEL       6.65      69.1875        7,957      N/A
    116    Ballard Power Systems, Inc.(6)              BLDP       6.71      69.1250        8,019      N/A
           Precious Metals                                        6.65
    199    Stillwater Mining Company                   SWC        6.65      40.0000        7,960      N/A
  -----                                                         ------                  --------
  3,013                                                         100.00%                 $119,632
  =====                                                         ======                  ========
</TABLE>
---------
See "Notes to Portfolios."

Advertising and sales literature may include brief descriptions of the princi-
pal businesses of the companies included in the Portfolio.

Please note that if this Prospectus is used as a preliminary prospectus for fu-
ture Nuveen Defined Portfolios, the portfolio will contain different stocks
from those described above.

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Nuveen Fuel Cell Long-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001

Risk/Return Summary

Investment Objective

The Portfolio seeks to provide capital appreciation.

Investment Strategy

The Portfolio consists of the stocks of companies in the alternative power and
fuel cell subsectors of the energy industry. The Portfolio is diversified
across these industries, including companies that generate energy from, manu-
facture or develop alternative fuels, fuel cells or sub-components used in the
manufacturing of such equipment or power. In addition, the Portfolio includes
companies that manufacture equipment to generate electrical power. The Sponsor
selects stocks within the sector that it believes have the potential for capi-
tal appreciation.

The stocks are expected to remain in the Portfolio until termination.

Security Selection

To create the Portfolio, the Sponsor follows these steps:

 . identifies the various subsectors that comprise the alternative power and
  fuel cell sectors;

 . analyzes which subsectors may benefit from the predicted growth of alterna-
  tive power and fuel cell companies; and

 . selects representative companies within each subsector by examining:

 --products and/or services offered by the companies;

 --the competitive environment;

 --research and development capabilities;

 --management expertise;

 --strategic alliances and potential acquisitions;

 --financing; and

 --a fundamental and technical equity valuation assessment.

As of the Initial Date of Deposit, the stocks in the Portfolio are approxi-
mately equally dollar weighted.

Sector Description

A fuel cell is a device that converts the energy of a fuel (hydrogen, natural
gas, methanol, gasoline, etc.) and an oxidant (air or oxygen) into useable
electricity. Fuel cell construction generally consists of a fuel electrode
(anode) and an oxidant electrode (cathode) separated by an ion conducting mem-
brane. There are several different types of fuel cells, including phosphoric
acid, alkaline, molten carbonate, solid oxide and proton exchange membrane
fuel cells.

Fuel cells may be used to power residences, small businesses, trains, buses,
electric automobiles and many other devices. They are especially useful in re-
mote locations where connecting to a large power grid is not economically fea-
sible.

Production and distribution of energy affects all sectors of the global econo-
my. The increasing industrialization of the world requires sustainable, highly
efficient energy production. Fuel cells may help meet this need. During the
last few years, the fuel cell--invented 160 years ago--has undergone a resur-
gence. Previously these cells were used only in space and technology applica-
tions. Several factors may help promote growth in the alternative power and
fuel cell sectors.

Energy Security--U.S. energy dependence is higher today than it was during the
oil shock of the 1970s, and oil imports are projected to increase. Passenger
vehicles alone consume six million barrels of oil per day, equivalent to 85%
of oil imports. (Fuel Cells 2000.) Fuel cells could dramatically reduce urban
air pollution and decrease oil imports. According to former U.S. Energy Secre-
tary Frederico Pena, "[w]e're going to see fuel cells in cars and other uses
much sooner than we had predicted."

New Materials and Manufacturing--Efforts to advance one of the most promising
techniques--proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEM)--have been stepped up
internationally. These cells can power everything from automobiles to hospi-
tals to submarines. Research into new building materials seeks to combat the
biggest challenge--reducing the cost.

Environmental Regulations--Advances in new techniques have been spurred, in
part, by more stringent environmental standards. In California and other
states, 10% of all vehicles produced after 2003 must be zero-emission vehi-
cles. Half of these vehicles may have PEM drives fueled by methanol or gaso-
line. (Siemans, 2/98.)

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<PAGE>

Please be aware that industry predictions may not materialize, and that the
companies selected for the Portfolio do not represent the entire industry and
may not participate in the expected overall industry growth.

Future Portfolios

The Sponsor may create future portfolios that will invest in stocks in this
sector. If these future portfolios are available, you may be able to reinvest
into one of the portfolios at a reduced sales charge.

Primary Risks

You can lose money by investing in the Portfolio. In addition, the Portfolio
may not perform as well as you hope. These things can happen for various rea-
sons, including:

 . Stock prices can be volatile.

 . Share prices or dividend rates on the stocks may decline during the life of
  the Portfolio.

 . The Portfolio is not actively managed and may continue to purchase or hold a
  stock included in the Portfolio even though the stock's outlook or its mar-
  ket value or yield may have changed.

 . The Portfolio is concentrated in the alternative power and fuel cell indus-
  tries. Adverse developments in these industries may significantly affect the
  value of your Units. Companies involved in these industries must contend
  with the high costs of research and development, the lack of a proven mar-
  ket, technological limitations and storage issues, intense competition from
  other alternative power sources and traditional power sources, energy con-
  servation and environmental concerns.

 . Certain of the securities included in the Portfolio may be foreign securi-
  ties or American Depositary Receipts that evidence ownership of underlying
  foreign securities. Foreign securities present risks beyond those of U.S.
  issuers.

 . The Portfolio may contain small capitalization or start-up companies that
  have recently begun operations. Small cap and start-up companies present
  risks beyond those of large cap companies.

Investor Suitability

The Portfolio may be suitable for you if:

 . You are seeking to own alternative power and fuel cell stocks in one conve-
  nient package;

 . You want capital appreciation potential;

 . The Portfolio represents only a portion of your overall investment portfo-
  lio; and

 . The Portfolio is part of a longer term investment strategy.

The Portfolio is not appropriate for you if:

 . You are unwilling to take the risks involved with owning a concentrated eq-
  uity investment; or

 . You are seeking preservation of capital or high current income.

Fees and Expenses

This table shows the fees and expenses you may pay, directly or indirectly,
when you invest in the Portfolio.

Unitholders Sales Fees

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                     Percentage of  Amount per
                                                    Public Offering   $1,000
                                                         Price      Invested(1)
                                                    --------------- -----------
<S>                                                 <C>             <C>
Maximum Sales Charges
Upfront Sales Charge (2)...........................      1.00%        $10.00
Deferred Sales Charge(3)...........................      3.50%        $35.00
Creation and Development Fee Cap over the life of
 the Portfolio(4)..................................      0.45%        $ 4.50
                                                         -----        ------
 (the Annual Creation and Development Fee is 0.35%
 of average daily net assets and is only charged
 while a Unitholder remains invested)
Maximum Sales Charges (including Creation and
 Development Fee Cap over the life of the
 Portfolio)(4).....................................      4.95%        $49.50
                                                         =====        ======
</TABLE>

Estimated Annual Operating Expenses (Paid from Portfolio Assets)

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                   Approximate %
                                                   Amount per Unit   of Public
                                                    (based on $10    Offering
                                                        Unit)        Price(1)
                                                   --------------- -------------
<S>                                                <C>             <C>
Trustee's Fee.....................................    $0.00950        0.0950%
Sponsor's Supervisory Fee.........................    $0.00350        0.0350%
Bookkeeping and Administrative Fees...............    $0.00250        0.0250%
Evaluator's Fee...................................    $0.00300        0.0300%
Other Operating Expenses(5).......................    $0.00175        0.0175%
                                                      --------        ------
Total.............................................    $0.02025        0.2025%

Maximum Organization Costs(6).....................    $ 0.0225         0.225%
</TABLE>

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                                       9
<PAGE>

---------
(1) Based on 100 Units with a $10 per Unit Public Offering Price as of the
    Initial Date of Deposit.

(2) As provided below, Unitholders are subject to a maximum transaction-based
    sales charge (that does not include the Creation and Development Fee) (the
    "Transactional Sales Charge") that consists of an Upfront Sales Charge and
    a Deferred Sales Charge. The maximum Transactional Sales Charge is 4.50%
    of the Public Offering Price. The Upfront Sales Charge equals the differ-
    ence between the maximum Transactional Sales Charge of 4.50% and any re-
    maining deferred sales charges. Accordingly, the percentage amount of the
    Upfront Sales Charge will vary over time.

(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.35 per Unit. The
    percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of De-
    posit and the percentage amount will vary over time.

(4) The Creation and Development Fee (the "C&D Fee") compensates the Sponsor
    for creating and developing the Portfolio. The annual C&D fee is 0.35% of
    the average daily net assets. The C&D Fee will only be charged for a given
    Unitholder while the Unitholder remains invested. The Portfolio accrues
    the C&D Fee daily during the life of the Portfolio based on its average
    net asset value and pays the Sponsor monthly. In no event will the Sponsor
    collect over the life of the Portfolio more than the C&D Fee Cap (provided
    in the table above) of 0.45% of a Unitholder's initial investment.

(5) Other Operating Expenses do not include brokerage costs and other transac-
    tional fees.

(6) Organization costs are deducted from Portfolio assets at the earlier of
    the close of the initial offering period or six months after the Initial
    Date of Deposit.

You will pay both an Upfront and a Deferred Sales Charge. The Upfront Sales
Charge equals the difference between the maximum Transactional Sales Charge
(which does not include the C&D Fee) of 4.5% of the Public Offering Price and
any remaining deferred sales charges. The Deferred Sales Charge is $0.35 per
Unit and is deducted monthly in installments of $0.07 per Unit on the last
business day of each month from August 31, 2001, through December 31, 2001. If
you redeem Units prior to the collection of the entire Deferred Sales Charge,
any remaining deferred sales charges will be accelerated and collected at that
time.

The maximum per Unit Transactional Sales Charges are reduced as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                               Upfront  Deferred   Total Maximum
                                                Sales     Sales    Transactional
Number of Units(1)                            Charge(2) Charge(3)  Sales Charge
--------------------------------------------- --------- ---------  -------------
<S>                                           <C>       <C>        <C>
Less than 5,000..............................   1.00%     3.50%        4.50%
5,000 to 9,999...............................   0.75%     3.50%        4.25%
10,000 to 24,999.............................   0.50%     3.50%        4.00%
25,000 to 49,999.............................   0.00%     3.50%        3.50%
50,000 to 99,999.............................   0.00%     3.50%(4)     2.50%
100,000 or more..............................   0.00%     3.50%(4)     1.50%
</TABLE>
---------
(1) Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the ba-
    sis of the number of Units purchased, at any point of purchase, using the
    equivalent of 5,000 Units to $50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and
    will be applied on that basis which is more favorable to you.
(2) The Upfront Sales Charge is based on the Unit price on the Initial Date of
    Deposit. Because the Upfront Sales Charge equals the difference between
    the applicable Transactional Sales Charge and the remaining deferred
    charges, the percentage and dollar amount of the Upfront Sales Charge will
    vary as the Unit price varies and after deferred charges begin.
(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.35 per Unit. The
    percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of De-
    posit and the percentage amount will vary over time.
(4) All Units are subject to the same Deferred Sales Charge. To allow invest-
    ors who purchase 50,000 Units or more to pay a Transactional Sales Charge
    that is less than the Deferred Sales Charge, the Sponsor provides such in-
    vestors with additional Units to lower the effective sales charge.

As described in "Public Offering Price" in Part B of the Prospectus, certain
classes of investors are also entitled to reduced sales charges. See "Public
Offering Price" in Part B of the Prospectus for secondary market sales
charges.

Example

This example may help you compare the cost of investing in the Portfolio to
the cost of investing in other funds.

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                                      10
<PAGE>

The example assumes that you invest $10,000 in the Portfolio for the periods
indicated and then either redeem or do not redeem your Units at the end of
those periods. The example also assumes a 5% return on your investment each
year and that the Portfolio's operating expenses stay the same. The example
does not include brokerage costs and other transactional fees. Although your
actual costs may be higher or lower, based on these assumptions your costs
would be:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                                             Life of
   1 Year                           3 Years                                                  Portfolio
   -------                          -------                                                 ----------
   <S>                              <C>                                                     <C>
   $523.47                          $636.11                                                  $758.99
</TABLE>

See "Trust Operating Expenses" in Part B of the Prospectus for additional in-
formation regarding expenses.

Dealer Concessions

The Sponsor plans to allow a concession of 3.60% of the Public Offering Price
for primary market non-breakpoint purchases of Units to dealer firms in con-
nection with the sale of Units in a given transaction.

The concession paid to dealers is reduced or eliminated in connection with
Units sold in transactions to investors that receive reduced sales charges
based on the number of Units sold or in connection with Units sold in Rollover
Purchases, to Wrap Account Purchasers and to other investors entitled to the
sales charge reduction applicable for Wrap Account Purchasers, as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                          %
                                                                      Concession
Number of Units*                                                       per Unit
----------------                                                      ----------
<S>                                                                   <C>
Less than 5,000......................................................   3.60%
5,000 to 9,999.......................................................   3.35%
10,000 to 24,999.....................................................   3.10%
25,000 to 49,999.....................................................   2.60%
50,000 to 99,999.....................................................   1.60%
100,000 or more......................................................   1.00%
Rollover Purchases...................................................   2.60%
Wrap Account Purchasers..............................................   0.00%
</TABLE>

*Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the basis
of the number of Units purchased, using the equivalent of 5,000 Units to
$50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and will be applied on that basis
which is more favorable to you and may result in a reduction in the concession
per Unit.

See "Distributions of Units to the Public" in Part B of the Prospectus for ad-
ditional information on dealer concessions, volume incentives and secondary
market concessions.

                                      ---
                                      11
<PAGE>

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Schedule of Investments
(at the Initial Date of Deposit, January 17, 2001)

           Nuveen Fuel Cell Long-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                              Percentage
                                                                  of
                                                              Aggregate                  Cost of    Current
Number of                                              Ticker  Offering  Market Value Securities to Dividend
 Shares          Name of Issuer of Securities(1)       Symbol   Price     per Share   Portfolio(2)  Yield(3)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<S>        <C>                                         <C>    <C>        <C>          <C>           <C>
           Aerospace/Defense--Equipment                           6.70%
    113    United Technologies Corporation             UTX        6.70    $ 70.9375     $  8,016     1.27%
           Batteries/Battery Systems                              6.67
    306    Energy Conversion Devices, Inc.             ENER       6.67      26.0625        7,975      N/A
           Chemicals--Diversified                                19.99
    177    BASF AG ADR(5)                              BF         6.66      45.0000        7,965     1.63%
    248    The Dow Chemical Company                    DOW        6.67      32.1875        7,983     3.60%
    178    E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company         DD         6.66      44.7500        7,966     3.13%
           Chemicals--Specialty                                  19.98
    214    Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.            APD        6.66      37.2500        7,972     2.04%
    384    Engelhard Corporation                       EC         6.66      20.7500        7,968     1.93%
    185    Praxair, Inc.                               PX         6.66      43.0625        7,967     1.44%
           Diversified Manufacturing Operations                   6.67
     57    Siemens AG ADR(5)                           SMAWY      6.67     140.0000        7,980     0.50%
           Electric--Integrated                                  19.98
    236    DTE Energy Corporation                      DTE        6.66      33.7500        7,965     6.10%
    198    IDACORP, Inc.                               IDA        6.65      40.1875        7,957     4.63%
    287    The Southern Company                        SO         6.67      27.8125        7,982     4.82%
           Energy--Alternate Sources                             13.36
    115    FuelCell Energy, Inc.                       FCEL       6.65      69.1875        7,957      N/A
    116    Ballard Power Systems, Inc.(6)              BLDP       6.71      69.1250        8,019      N/A
           Precious Metals                                        6.65
    199    Stillwater Mining Company                   SWC        6.65      40.0000        7,960      N/A
  -----                                                         ------                  --------
  3,013                                                         100.00%                 $119,632
  =====                                                         ======                  ========
</TABLE>
---------
See "Notes to Portfolios."

Advertising and sales literature may include brief descriptions of the princi-
pal businesses of the companies included in the Portfolio.

Please note that if this Prospectus is used as a preliminary prospectus for fu-
ture Nuveen Defined Portfolios, the portfolio will contain different stocks
from those described above.

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                                       12
<PAGE>

Nuveen Networking & Storage Short-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001

Risk/Return Summary

Investment Objective

The Portfolio seeks to provide capital appreciation.

Investment Strategy

The Portfolio consists of the common stocks of networking and storage compa-
nies. These companies are involved in network infrastructure, software and
electronic data storage, and potentially stand to benefit from increased re-
quirements for data transmission and management. The Portfolio is diversified
across the networking and data storage sector including data storage,
networking software and equipment, and computer memory devices.

The stocks are expected to remain in the Portfolio until termination.

Security Selection

To create the Portfolio, the Sponsor follows these steps:

 . identifies the various subsectors that comprise the networking and storage
  sector;

 . analyzes which subsectors may benefit from the predicted growth of
  networking and storage companies; and

 . selects representative companies within each subsector by examining:

 --products and/or services offered by the companies;

 --the competitive environment;

 --research and development capabilities;

 --management expertise;

 --strategic alliances and potential acquisitions;

 --financing; and

 --a fundamental and technical equity valuation assessment.

As of the Initial Date of Deposit, the stocks in the Portfolio are approxi-
mately equally dollar weighted.

Sector Description

The Sponsor believes that the growth of the networking industry is leading to
an increase in investment potential. To meet the demand for faster and more
efficient networking, several pioneering companies are focused on developing
next-generation, high-speed network infrastructure (both hardware and soft-
ware). Additionally, new technology requires data storage systems to store
programs that run the Internet and corporate intranets. According to Fortune
Magazine, "[m]anufacturers are marketing storage units that can sit separately
on networks and supply data to many different servers, even if they come from
different producers. The shift to open storage could reshape the industry."
(8/16/99 issue.) Several developments have combined to fuel growth in this
sector.

Communication Equipment Trends--Demand for increased capacity to transmit in-
formation (bandwidth) and networking speed has been driven by unprecedented
Internet growth, the increased use of the Internet to send data and multimedia
information and a movement to distributed networks. Communication equipment
firms are responding by expanding into new technologies.

Growing Data Retrieval Demand--Companies continue to rapidly accumulate vast
amounts of data, ranging from customer databases to product inventories. Quick
and efficient data mining has become essential for corporate success.

e-Business Expansion--The business community continues to gravitate toward an
Internet-based marketplace, presenting growth opportunities for cutting-edge
companies developing new infrastructure.

Please be aware that industry predictions may not materialize, and that the
companies selected for the Portfolio do not represent the entire industry and
may not participate in the expected overall industry growth.

Future Portfolios

The Sponsor may create future portfolios that will invest in stocks in this
sector. If these future portfolios are available, you may be able to reinvest
into one of the portfolios at a reduced sales charge.

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                                      13
<PAGE>

Primary Risks

You can lose money by investing in the Portfolio. In addition, the Portfolio
may not perform as well as you hope. These things can happen for various rea-
sons, including:

 . Stock prices can be volatile.

 . Share prices or dividend rates on the stocks may decline during the life of
  the Portfolio.

 . The Portfolio is not actively managed and may continue to purchase or hold a
  stock included in the Portfolio even though the stock's outlook or its mar-
  ket value or yield may have changed.

 . The Portfolio is concentrated in the networking and data storage industry.
  Adverse developments in this industry may significantly affect the value of
  your Units. Companies involved in this industry must contend with rapid
  changes in technology, intense competition, cyclical market patterns, gov-
  ernment regulation and the rapid obsolescence of products and services.

 . Certain of the securities included in the Portfolio may be foreign securi-
  ties or American Depositary Receipts that evidence ownership of underlying
  foreign securities. Foreign securities present risks beyond those of U.S.
  issuers.

Investor Suitability

The Portfolio may be suitable for you if:

 . You are seeking to own stocks of networking and storage companies in one
  convenient package;

 . You want capital appreciation potential;

 . The Portfolio represents only a portion of your overall investment portfo-
  lio; and

 . The Portfolio is part of a longer term investment strategy that includes the
  investment in subsequent portfolios, if available.

The Portfolio is not appropriate for you if:

 . You are unwilling to take the risks involved with owning a concentrated eq-
  uity investment; or

 .You are seeking preservation of capital or high current income.

Fees and Expenses

This table shows the fees and expenses you may pay, directly or indirectly,
when you invest in the Portfolio.

Unitholder Sales Fees

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                        Percentage
                                                        of Public  Amount per
                                                         Offering    $1,000
                                                          Price    Invested(1)
                                                        ---------- -----------
<S>                                                     <C>        <C>
Maximum Sales Charges
Upfront Sales Charge(2)................................   1.00%      $10.00
Deferred Sales Charge(3)...............................   1.95%      $19.50
Creation and Development Fee Cap over the life of the
 Portfolio(4)..........................................   0.40%      $ 4.00
                                                          -----      ------
 (the Annual Creation and Development Fee is 0.35% of
 average daily net assets and is only charged while a
 Unitholder remains invested)
Maximum Sales Charges (including Creation and
 Development Fee Cap over the life of the
 Portfolio)(4).........................................   3.35%      $33.50
                                                          =====      ======
</TABLE>

Estimated Annual Operating Expenses
(Paid from Portfolio Assets)

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                     Approximate
                                                     Amount per Unit % of Public
                                                      (based on $10   Offering
                                                          Unit)       Price(1)
                                                     --------------- -----------
<S>                                                  <C>             <C>
Trustee's Fee.......................................    $0.00950       0.0950%
Sponsor's Supervisory Fee...........................    $0.00350       0.0350%
Bookkeeping and Administrative Fees.................    $0.00250       0.0250%
Evaluator's Fee.....................................    $0.00300       0.0300%
Other Operating Expenses(5).........................    $0.00175       0.0175%
                                                        --------       -------
Total...............................................    $0.02025       0.2025%

Maximum Organization Costs(6).......................    $ 0.0225        0.225%
</TABLE>
---------
(1) Based on 100 Units with a $10 per Unit Public Offering Price as of the Ini-
    tial Date of Deposit.
(2) As provided below, Unitholders are subject to a maximum transaction-based
    sales charge (that does not include the Creation and Development Fee) (the
    "Transactional Sales Charge") that consists of an Upfront Sales Charge and
    a Deferred Sales Charge. The maximum Transactional Sales Charge is 2.95% of
    the Public Offering Price. The Upfront Sales Charge equals the difference

                                      ---
                                       14
<PAGE>

   between the maximum Transactional Sales Charge of 2.95% and any remaining
   deferred sales charges. Accordingly, the percentage amount of the Upfront
   Sales Charge will vary over time.

(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.195 per Unit. The
    percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of De-
    posit and the percentage amount will vary over time.

(4) The Creation and Development Fee (the "C&D Fee") compensates the Sponsor
    for creating and developing the Portfolio. The annual C&D Fee is 0.35% of
    the average daily net assets. The C&D Fee will only be charged for a given
    Unitholder while the Unitholder remains invested. The Portfolio accrues
    the C&D Fee daily during the life of the Portfolio based on its average
    net asset value and pays the Sponsor monthly. In no event will the Sponsor
    collect over the life of the Portfolio more than the C&D Fee Cap (provided
    in the table above) of 0.40% of a Unitholder's initial investment.

(5) Other Operating Expenses do not include brokerage costs and other transac-
    tional fees.

(6) Organization costs are deducted from Portfolio assets at the earlier of
    the close of the initial offering period or six months after the Initial
    Date of Deposit.

You will pay both an Upfront and a Deferred Sales Charge. The Upfront Sales
Charge equals the difference between the maximum Transactional Sales Charge
(which does not include the C&D Fee) of 2.95% of the Public Offering Price and
any remaining deferred sales charges. The Deferred Sales Charge is $0.195 per
Unit and is deducted monthly in installments of $0.039 per Unit on the last
business day of each month from August 31, 2001, through December 31, 2001. If
you redeem Units prior to the collection of the entire Deferred Sales Charge,
any remaining deferred sales charges will be accelerated and collected at that
time.

The maximum per Unit Transactional Sales Charges are reduced as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                               Upfront  Deferred   Total Maximum
                                                Sales     Sales    Transactional
             Number of Units(1)               Charge(2) Charge(3)  Sales Charge
--------------------------------------------- --------- ---------  -------------
<S>                                           <C>       <C>        <C>
Less than 5,000..............................   1.00%     1.95%        2.95%
5,000 to 9,999...............................   0.75%     1.95%        2.70%
10,000 to 24,999.............................   0.50%     1.95%        2.45%
25,000 to 49,999.............................   0.25%     1.95%        2.20%
50,000 to 99,999.............................   0.00%     1.95%        1.95%
100,000 or more..............................   0.00%     1.95%(4)     1.20%
</TABLE>
---------
(1) Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the ba-
sis of the number of Units purchased, at any point of purchase, using the
equivalent of 5,000 Units to $50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and will
be applied on that basis which is more favorable to you.

(2) The Upfront Sales Charge is based on the Unit price on the Initial Date of
Deposit. Because the Upfront Sales Charge equals the difference between the
applicable Transactional Sales Charge and the remaining deferred charges, the
percentage and dollar amount of the Upfront Sales Charge will vary as the Unit
price varies and after deferred charges begin.

(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.195 per Unit. The
percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of Deposit
and the percentage amount will vary over time.

(4) All Units are subject to the same Deferred Sales Charge. To allow invest-
ors who purchase 100,000 Units or more to pay a Transactional Sales Charge
that is less than the Deferred Sales Charge, the Sponsor provides such invest-
ors with additional Units to lower the effective sales charge to 1.20%.

As described in "Public Offering Price" in Part B of the Prospectus, certain
classes of investors are also entitled to reduced sales charges. The secondary
market sales charges for the Portfolio are the same as primary market charges
provided above.

Example

This example may help you compare the cost of investing in the Portfolio to
the cost of investing in other funds.

The example assumes that you invest $10,000 in the Portfolio for the periods
indicated and then either redeem or do not redeem your Units at

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                                      15
<PAGE>

the end of those periods. The example also assumes a 5% return on your invest-
ment each year and that the Portfolio's operating expenses stay the same. The
example does not include brokerage costs and other transactional fees. Al-
though your actual costs may be higher or lower, based on these assumptions
your costs would be:

<TABLE>
  <S>                   <C>                               <C>                                 <C>
  1 Year                3 Years                            5 Years                            10 Years
  -------               -------                           ---------                           ---------
  $371.97               $912.29                           $1,478.46                           $3,001.23
</TABLE>

While the Portfolio has a term of approximately 18 months, you may be able to
invest in future portfolios with reduced sales charges. These future sales
charges are included in the amounts provided above.

See "Trust Operating Expenses" in Part B of the Prospectus for additional in-
formation regarding expenses.

Dealer Concessions

The Sponsor plans to allow a concession of 2.50% of the Public Offering Price
for primary and secondary market non-breakpoint purchases of Units to dealer
firms in connection with the sale of Units in a given transaction.

The concession paid to dealers is reduced or eliminated in connection with
Units sold in transactions to investors that receive reduced sales charges
based on the number of Units sold or in connection with Units sold in Rollover
Purchases, to Wrap Account Purchasers and to other investors entitled to the
sales charge reduction applicable for Wrap Account Purchasers, as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                          %
                                                                      Concession
Number of Units*                                                       per Unit
----------------                                                      ----------
<S>                                                                   <C>
Less than 5,000......................................................   2.50%
5,000 to 9,999.......................................................   2.25%
10,000 to 24,999.....................................................   2.00%
25,000 to 49,999.....................................................   1.75%
50,000 to 99,999.....................................................   1.50%
100,000 or more......................................................   0.85%
Rollover Purchases...................................................   1.50%
Wrap Account Purchasers..............................................   0.00%
</TABLE>

*Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the basis
of the number of Units purchased, using the equivalent of 5,000 Units to
$50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and will be applied on that basis
which is more favorable to you and may result in a reduction in the concession
per Unit.

See "Distributions of Units to the Public" in Part B of the Prospectus for ad-
ditional information on dealer concessions and volume incentives.

                                      ---
                                      16
<PAGE>

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Schedule of Investments
(at the Initial Date of Deposit, January 17, 2001)

     Nuveen Networking & Storage Short-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001


<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                              Percentage
                                                                  of
                                                              Aggregate                  Cost of    Current
Number of                                              Ticker  Offering  Market Value Securities to Dividend
 Shares          Name of Issuer of Securities(1)       Symbol   Price     per Share   Portfolio(2)  Yield(3)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<S>        <C>                                         <C>    <C>        <C>          <C>           <C>
           Computers                                             15.01%
    197    Hewlett-Packard Company                     HWP        4.99    $ 30.3750     $  5,984     1.05%
     65    International Business Machines Corporation  IBM       5.02      92.7500        6,029     0.56%
    191    Sun Microsystems, Inc.                      SUNW       5.00      31.3750        5,993      N/A
           Computers--Integrated Systems                          5.01
     65    Brocade Communications System, Inc.         BRCD       5.01      92.3750        6,004      N/A
           Computers--Memory Devices                             15.04
     86    EMC Corporation                             EMC        5.01      69.8750        6,009      N/A
    214    StorageNetworks, Inc.                       STOR       4.98      27.9219        5,975      N/A
     67    Veritas Software Corporation                VRTS       5.05      90.3750        6,055      N/A
           Electronic Components--Semiconductor                  14.99
    191    Intel Corporation                           INTC       4.99      31.3750        5,993     0.26%
     75    PMC-Sierra, Inc.(6)                         PMCS       5.00      79.9375        5,995      N/A
     83    QLogic Corporation                          QLGC       5.00      72.2500        5,997      N/A
           Enterprise Software/Services                           4.99
    188    Oracle Corporation                           ORCL      4.99      31.8125        5,981      N/A
           Networking Products                                   29.98
    155    Cisco Systems, Inc.                          CSCO      4.98      38.5000        5,968      N/A
     69    Emulex Corporation                          EMLX       5.01      87.2500        6,020      N/A
    139    Extreme Networks, Inc.                      EXTR       5.00      43.1875        6,003      N/A
     47    Juniper Networks, Inc.                      JNPR       5.01     128.0000        6,016      N/A
    329    Lucent Technologies Inc.                    LU         4.99      18.1875        5,984     0.44%
    103    Network Appliance, Inc.                     NTAP       4.99      58.1250        5,987      N/A
           Semiconductor Components                               4.99
    113    Linear Technology Corporation               LLTC       4.99      52.9375        5,982     0.23%
           Telecommunications Equipment--Fiber Optics             5.01
    143    Sycamore Networks, Inc.                     SCMR       5.01      42.0000        6,006      N/A
           Telecommunications Equipment                           4.98
    187    Nortel Networks Corporation(6)              NT         4.98      31.9375        5,972     0.23%
  -----                                                         ------                  --------
  2,707                                                         100.00%                 $119,953
  =====                                                         ======                  ========
</TABLE>
---------
See "Notes to Portfolios."

Advertising and sales literature may include brief descriptions of the princi-
pal businesses of the companies included in the Portfolio.

Please note that if this Prospectus is used as a preliminary prospectus for fu-
ture Nuveen Defined Portfolios, the portfolio will contain different stocks
from those described above.

                                      ---
                                       17
<PAGE>

Nuveen Networking & Storage Long-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001

Risk/Return Summary

Investment Objective

The Portfolio seeks to provide capital appreciation.

Investment Strategy

The Portfolio consists of the common stocks of networking and storage compa-
nies. These companies are involved in network infrastructure, software and
electronic data storage, and potentially stand to benefit from increased re-
quirements for data transmission and management. The Portfolio is diversified
across the networking and data storage sector including data storage,
networking software and equipment, and computer memory devices.

The stocks are expected to remain in the Portfolio until termination.

Security Selection

To create the Portfolio, the Sponsor follows these steps:

 . identifies the various subsectors that comprise the networking and storage
  sector;

 . analyzes which subsectors may benefit from the predicted growth of
  networking and storage companies; and

 . selects representative companies within each subsector by examining:

 --products and/or services offered by the companies;

 --the competitive environment;

 --research and development capabilities;

 --management expertise;

 --strategic alliances and potential acquisitions;

 --financing; and

 --a fundamental and technical equity valuation assessment.

As of the Initial Date of Deposit, the stocks in the Portfolio are approxi-
mately equally dollar weighted.

Sector Description

The Sponsor believes that the growth of the networking industry is leading to
an increase in investment potential. To meet the demand for faster and more
efficient networking, several pioneering companies are focused on developing
next-generation, high-speed network infrastructure (both hardware and soft-
ware). Additionally, new technology requires data storage systems to store
programs that run the Internet and corporate intranets. According to Fortune
Magazine, "[m]anufacturers are marketing storage units that can sit separately
on networks and supply data to many different servers, even if they come from
different producers. The shift to open storage could reshape the industry."
(8/16/99 issue.) Several developments have combined to fuel growth in this
sector.

Communication Equipment Trends--Demand for increased capacity to transmit in-
formation (bandwidth) and networking speed has been driven by unprecedented
Internet growth, the increased use of the Internet to send data and multimedia
information and a movement to distributed networks. Communication equipment
firms are responding by expanding into new technologies.

Growing Data Retrieval Demand--Companies continue to rapidly accumulate vast
amounts of data, ranging from customer databases to product inventories. Quick
and efficient data mining has become essential for corporate success.

e-Business Expansion--The business community continues to gravitate toward an
Internet-based marketplace, presenting growth opportunities for cutting-edge
companies developing new infrastructure.

Please be aware that industry predictions may not materialize, and that the
companies selected for the Portfolio do not represent the entire industry and
may not participate in the expected overall industry growth.

Future Portfolios

The Sponsor may create future portfolios that will invest in stocks in this
sector. If these future portfolios are available, you may be able to reinvest
into one of the portfolios at a reduced sales charge.

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Primary Risks

You can lose money by investing in the Portfolio. In addition, the Portfolio
may not perform as well as you hope. These things can happen for various rea-
sons, including:

 . Stock prices can be volatile.

 . Share prices or dividend rates on the stocks may decline during the life of
  the Portfolio.

 . The Portfolio is not actively managed and may continue to purchase or hold a
  stock included in the Portfolio even though the stock's outlook or its mar-
  ket value or yield may have changed.

 . The Portfolio is concentrated in the networking and data storage industry.
  Adverse developments in this industry may significantly affect the value of
  your Units. Companies involved in this industry must contend with rapid
  changes in technology, intense competition, cyclical market patterns, gov-
  ernment regulation and the rapid obsolescence of products and services.

 . Certain of the securities included in the Portfolio may be foreign securi-
  ties or American Depositary Receipts that evidence ownership of underlying
  foreign securities. Foreign securities present risks beyond those of U.S.
  issuers.

Investor Suitability

The Portfolio may be suitable for you if:

 . You are seeking to own stocks of networking and storage companies in one
  convenient package;

 . You want capital appreciation potential;

 . The Portfolio represents only a portion of your overall investment portfo-
  lio; and

 . The Portfolio is part of a longer term investment strategy.

The Portfolio is not appropriate for you if:

 . You are unwilling to take the risks involved with owning a concentrated eq-
  uity investment; or

 . You are seeking preservation of capital or high current income.

Fees and Expenses

This table shows the fees and expenses you may pay, directly or indirectly,
when you invest in the Portfolio.

Unitholders Sales Fees

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                     Percentage of  Amount per
                                                    Public Offering   $1,000
                                                         Price      Invested(1)
                                                    --------------- -----------
<S>                                                 <C>             <C>
Maximum Sales Charges
Upfront Sales Charge (2)...........................      1.00%        $10.00
Deferred Sales Charge(3)...........................      3.50%        $35.00
Creation and Development Fee Cap over the life of
 the Portfolio(4)..................................      0.45%         $4.50
                                                         -----        ------
 (the Annual Creation and Development Fee is 0.35%
 of average daily net assets and is only charged
 while a Unitholder remains invested)
Maximum Sales Charges (including Creation and
 Development Fee Cap over the life of the
 Portfolio)(4).....................................      4.95%        $49.50
                                                         =====        ======
</TABLE>

Estimated Annual Operating Expenses (Paid from Portfolio Assets)

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                   Approximate %
                                                   Amount per Unit   of Public
                                                    (based on $10    Offering
                                                        Unit)        Price(1)
                                                   --------------- -------------
<S>                                                <C>             <C>
Trustee's Fee.....................................    $0.00950        0.0950%
Sponsor's Supervisory Fee.........................    $0.00350        0.0350%
Bookkeeping and Administrative Fees...............    $0.00250        0.0250%
Evaluator's Fee...................................    $0.00300        0.0300%
Other Operating Expenses(5).......................    $0.00175        0.0175%
                                                      --------        ------
Total.............................................    $0.02025        0.2025%

Maximum Organization Costs(6).....................    $ 0.0225         0.225%
</TABLE>
---------

(1) Based on 100 Units with a $10 per Unit Public Offering Price as of the Ini-
    tial Date of Deposit.

(2) As provided below, Unitholders are subject to a maximum transaction-based
    sales charge (that does not include the Creation and Development Fee) (the
    "Transactional

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   Sales Charge") that consists of an Upfront Sales Charge and a Deferred
   Sales Charge. The maximum Transactional Sales Charge is 4.50% of the Public
   Offering Price. The Upfront Sales Charge equals the difference between the
   maximum Transactional Sales Charge of 4.50% and any remaining deferred
   sales charges. Accordingly, the percentage amount of the Upfront Sales
   Charge will vary over time.

(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.35 per Unit. The
    percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of De-
    posit and the percentage amount will vary over time.

(4) The Creation and Development Fee (the "C&D Fee") compensates the Sponsor
    for creating and developing the Portfolio. The annual C&D fee is 0.35% of
    the average daily net assets. The C&D Fee will only be charged for a given
    Unitholder while the Unitholder remains invested. The Portfolio accrues
    the C&D Fee daily during the life of the Portfolio based on its average
    net asset value and pays the Sponsor monthly. In no event will the Sponsor
    collect over the life of the Portfolio more than the C&D Fee Cap (provided
    in the table above) of 0.45% of a Unitholder's initial investment.

(5) Other Operating Expenses do not include brokerage costs and other transac-
    tional fees.

(6) Organization costs are deducted from Portfolio assets at the earlier of
    the close of the initial offering period or six months after the Initial
    Date of Deposit.

You will pay both an Upfront and a Deferred Sales Charge. The Upfront Sales
Charge equals the difference between the maximum Transactional Sales Charge
(which does not include the C&D Fee) of 4.5% of the Public Offering Price and
any remaining deferred sales charges. The Deferred Sales Charge is $0.35 per
Unit and is deducted monthly in installments of $0.07 per Unit on the last
business day of each month from August 31, 2001, through December 31, 2001. If
you redeem Units prior to the collection of the entire Deferred Sales Charge,
any remaining deferred sales charges will be accelerated and collected at that
time.

The maximum per Unit Transactional Sales Charges are reduced as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                               Upfront  Deferred   Total Maximum
                                                Sales     Sales    Transactional
Number of Units(1)                            Charge(2) Charge(3)  Sales Charge
--------------------------------------------- --------- ---------  -------------
<S>                                           <C>       <C>        <C>
Less than 5,000..............................   1.00%     3.50%        4.50%
5,000 to 9,999...............................   0.75%     3.50%        4.25%
10,000 to 24,999.............................   0.50%     3.50%        4.00%
25,000 to 49,999.............................   0.00%     3.50%        3.50%
50,000 to 99,999.............................   0.00%     3.50%(4)     2.50%
100,000 or more..............................   0.00%     3.50%(4)     1.50%
</TABLE>
---------
(1) Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the ba-
    sis of the number of Units purchased, at any point of purchase, using the
    equivalent of 5,000 Units to $50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and
    will be applied on that basis which is more favorable to you.
(2) The Upfront Sales Charge is based on the Unit price on the Initial Date of
    Deposit. Because the Upfront Sales Charge equals the difference between
    the applicable Transactional Sales Charge and the remaining deferred
    charges, the percentage and dollar amount of the Upfront Sales Charge will
    vary as the Unit price varies and after deferred charges begin.
(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.35 per Unit. The
    percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of De-
    posit and the percentage amount will vary over time.
(4) All Units are subject to the same Deferred Sales Charge. To allow invest-
    ors who purchase 50,000 Units or more to pay a Transactional Sales Charge
    that is less than the Deferred Sales Charge, the Sponsor provides such in-
    vestors with additional Units to lower the effective sales charge.

As described in "Public Offering Price" in Part B of the Prospectus, certain
classes of investors are also entitled to reduced sales charges. See "Public
Offering Price" in Part B of the Prospectus for secondary market sales
charges.

Example

This example may help you compare the cost of investing in the Portfolio to
the cost of investing in other funds.

The example assumes that you invest $10,000 in the Portfolio for the periods
indicated and then either redeem or do not redeem your Units at the end of
those periods. The example also as-

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sumes a 5% return on your investment each year and that the Portfolio's oper-
ating expenses stay the same. The example does not include brokerage costs and
other transactional fees. Although your actual costs may be higher or lower,
based on these assumptions your costs would be:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                                             Life of
   1 Year                           3 Years                                                  Portfolio
   -------                          -------                                                 ----------
   <S>                              <C>                                                     <C>
   $523.47                          $636.11                                                  $758.99
</TABLE>

See "Trust Operating Expenses" in Part B of the Prospectus for additional in-
formation regarding expenses.

Dealer Concessions

The Sponsor plans to allow a concession of 3.60% of the Public Offering Price
for primary market non-breakpoint purchases of Units to dealer firms in con-
nection with the sale of Units in a given transaction.

The concession paid to dealers is reduced or eliminated in connection with
Units sold in transactions to investors that receive reduced sales charges
based on the number of Units sold or in connection with Units sold in Rollover
Purchases, to Wrap Account Purchasers and to other investors entitled to the
sales charge reduction applicable for Wrap Account Purchasers, as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                          %
                                                                      Concession
Number of Units*                                                       per Unit
----------------                                                      ----------
<S>                                                                   <C>
Less than 5,000......................................................   3.60%
5,000 to 9,999.......................................................   3.35%
10,000 to 24,999.....................................................   3.10%
25,000 to 49,999.....................................................   2.60%
50,000 to 99,999.....................................................   1.60%
100,000 or more......................................................   1.00%
Rollover Purchases...................................................   2.60%
Wrap Account Purchasers..............................................   0.00%
</TABLE>

*Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the basis
of the number of Units purchased, using the equivalent of 5,000 Units to
$50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and will be applied on that basis
which is more favorable to you and may result in a reduction in the concession
per Unit.

See "Distributions of Units to the Public" in Part B of the Prospectus for ad-
ditional information on dealer concessions, volume incentives and secondary
market concessions.

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--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Schedule of Investments
(at the Initial Date of Deposit, January 17, 2001)

      Nuveen Networking & Storage Long-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                              Percentage
                                                                  of
                                                              Aggregate                  Cost of    Current
Number of                                              Ticker  Offering  Market Value Securities to Dividend
 Shares          Name of Issuer of Securities(1)       Symbol   Price     per Share   Portfolio(2)  Yield(3)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<S>        <C>                                         <C>    <C>        <C>          <C>           <C>
           Computers                                             15.01%
    197    Hewlett-Packard Company                     HWP        4.99    $ 30.3750     $  5,984     1.05%
     65    International Business Machines Corporation  IBM       5.02      92.7500        6,029     0.56%
    191    Sun Microsystems, Inc.                      SUNW       5.00      31.3750        5,993      N/A
           Computers--Integrated Systems                          5.01
     65    Brocade Communications System, Inc.         BRCD       5.01      92.3750        6,004      N/A
           Computers--Memory Devices                             15.04
     86    EMC Corporation                             EMC        5.01      69.8750        6,009      N/A
    214    StorageNetworks, Inc.                       STOR       4.98      27.9219        5,975      N/A
     67    Veritas Software Corporation                VRTS       5.05      90.3750        6,055      N/A
           Electronic Components--Semiconductor                  14.99
    191    Intel Corporation                           INTC       4.99      31.3750        5,993     0.26%
     75    PMC-Sierra, Inc.(6)                         PMCS       5.00      79.9375        5,995      N/A
     83    QLogic Corporation                          QLGC       5.00      72.2500        5,997      N/A
           Enterprise Software/Services                           4.99
    188    Oracle Corporation                           ORCL      4.99      31.8125        5,981      N/A
           Networking Products                                   29.98
    155    Cisco Systems, Inc.                          CSCO      4.98      38.5000        5,968      N/A
     69    Emulex Corporation                          EMLX       5.01      87.2500        6,020      N/A
    139    Extreme Networks, Inc.                      EXTR       5.00      43.1875        6,003      N/A
     47    Juniper Networks, Inc.                      JNPR       5.01     128.0000        6,016      N/A
    329    Lucent Technologies Inc.                    LU         4.99      18.1875        5,984     0.44%
    103    Network Appliance, Inc.                     NTAP       4.99      58.1250        5,987      N/A
           Semiconductor Components                               4.99
    113    Linear Technology Corporation               LLTC       4.99      52.9375        5,982     0.23%
           Telecommunications Equipment--Fiber Optics             5.01
    143    Sycamore Networks, Inc.                     SCMR       5.01      42.0000        6,006      N/A
           Telecommunications Equipment                           4.98
    187    Nortel Networks Corporation(6)              NT         4.98      31.9375        5,972     0.23%
  -----                                                         ------                  --------
  2,707                                                         100.00%                 $119,953
  =====                                                         ======                  ========
</TABLE>
---------
See "Notes to Portfolios."

Advertising and sales literature may include brief descriptions of the princi-
pal businesses of the companies included in the Portfolio.

Please note that if this Prospectus is used as a preliminary prospectus for fu-
ture Nuveen Defined Portfolios, the portfolio will contain different stocks
from those described above.

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Nuveen Telecommunications Paradigm Short-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001

Risk/Return Summary

Investment Objective

The Portfolio seeks to provide capital appreciation.

Investment Strategy

The Portfolio consists of the stocks of companies that stand to benefit from
the emergence of a new telecommunications paradigm. The Portfolio is diversi-
fied across the telecommunications sector, including companies that manufac-
ture and/or distribute fiber optic equipment, cable, semiconductors, micropro-
cessors, wireless communications equipment and network storage equipment as
well as general telecommunications equipment. In addition, the Portfolio will
contain a select group of telecommunications service providers.

The stocks are expected to remain in the Portfolio until termination.

Security Selection

To create the Portfolio, the Sponsor follows these steps:

 . identifies the various subsectors that comprise the telecommunications sec-
  tor;

 . analyzes which subsectors may benefit from the predicted growth of telecom-
  munications companies; and

 . selects representative companies within each subsector by examining:

 --products and/or services offered by the companies;

 --the competitive environment;

 --research and development capabilities;

 --management expertise;

 --strategic alliances and potential acquisitions;

 --financing; and

 --a fundamental and technical equity valuation assessment.

As of the Initial Date of Deposit, the stocks in the Portfolio are approxi-
mately equally dollar weighted.

Sector Description

The Sponsor believes that a new telecommunications paradigm is evolving.
Driven by the Internet revolution and powered by several key emerging technol-
ogies, this new paradigm has the potential to lead to an unprecedented trans-
formation of how business and society exchange information, conduct business
and communicate with one another. "The new paradigm is the speed-of-light
world of the all-optic network. It is a new industrial era in which the
Internet is the defining force. It is a new communications architecture based
on broad bandwidth." (George Gilder, gildertech.com, 7/18/00.) "The term "par-
adigm shift' was introduced by Thomas Kuhn. Mr. Kuhn shows how almost every
significant breakthrough in the field of scientific endeavor is first a break
with tradition, with old ways of thinking, with old paradigms . . . Paradigm
shifts move us from one way of seeing the world to another." (Stephen R. Cov-
ey, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, p. 29-30.)

The Telecommunications Paradigm Sector has key growth elements that may repre-
sent attractive investment potential. According to Eugene E. Peroni, Jr., Di-
rector of Equity Research, Nuveen Investments, "[v]olatility in the telecommu-
nications sector reflects, in part, the swift developments and innovations
that are taking place in this industry. I continue to favor an investment
strategy focusing on the leading infrastructure companies within this dynamic
technological area."

The Sponsor believes that the following emerging technologies in the industry
subsectors described below help to foster growth in the telecommunications
sector:

Fiber Optics--Fiber Optics has been one of the fastest growing sectors within
the telecommunications industry. Optical equipment converts electronic voice,
data and video signals into light pulsations transmitted through fiber optic
cables. "The only technology that can satisfy the appetite for bandwidth is
optical networking, which boosts the capacity of existing networks by more
than a million times what it is today." (Deborah Solomon, USA Today, 6/7/00.)

Emerging Fiber Optics Technology: DWDM technology transmits multiple wave-
lengths--or colors--of light on the same fiber strand, with each

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wavelength carrying a distinct stream of information. Today's systems can com-
bine up to 100 wavelengths of light on a fiber, enabling service providers to
offer hundreds of times more bandwidth without incurring the cost of laying
more fiber.

Networking & Storage--To meet the demand for faster and more efficient
networking, several pioneering companies are focused on developing next-gener-
ation, high-speed network infrastructure. "Manufacturers are marketing storage
units that can sit separately on networks and supply data to many different
servers, even if they come from different producers. The shift to open storage
could reshape the industry." (FORTUNE, 8/16/99.)

Emerging Networking & Storage Technology: Gigabit Ethernet switching and mul-
tiple data networking applications have been developed in response to unprece-
dented Internet growth, increased data and multimedia traffic and a movement
to distributed networks.

Microprocessors/Semiconductors--The urge to log on from anywhere has helped to
fuel a surge in the stocks of companies that make the chips that go into vari-
ous Internet appliances. "Growth in this area is being driven primarily by the
acceleration in wireless communications, increased Internet usage and the pro-
liferation of digital consumer products." (Business Week Online, 3/00.)

Emerging Microprocessor/Semiconductors Technology: ASIC (application specific
integrated circuits) can create single-chip systems that combine several core
processing cells. Also emerging are FPGAs (field-programmable gate arrays)
that can change their instruction sets in a split second. These emerging tech-
nologies allow portions of chips to be constantly reconfigured.

Wireless--There are currently 100 million wireless subscribers in the United
States alone, representing 36% of our population. (The Cellular Telecommunica-
tions Industry Association, 7/26/00.) "The market for mobile digital devices--
cell phones and pocket computers--has already rocketed past that for personal
computers, and it should top 1 billion users by 2003." (Business Week Online,
5/22/00.)

Emerging Wireless Technology: After digitizing data, code-division multiple
access ("CDMA") spreads the data over the entire available bandwidth, increas-
ing the efficiency. Multiple calls are overlaid on the channel, with each as-
signed a unique sequence code. The digital wireless personal communication
service (PCS) is expected to use CDMA widely in the United States.

Please be aware that industry predictions may not materialize, and that the
companies selected for the Portfolio do not represent the entire industry and
may not participate in the expected overall industry growth.

Future Portfolios

The Sponsor may create future portfolios that will invest in stocks in this
sector. If these future portfolios are available, you may be able to reinvest
into one of the portfolios at a reduced sales charge.

Primary Risks

You can lose money by investing in the Portfolio. In addition, the Portfolio
may not perform as well as you hope. These things can happen for various rea-
sons, including:

 . Stock prices can be volatile.

 . Share prices or dividend rates on the stocks may decline during the life of
  the Portfolio.

 . The Portfolio is not actively managed and may continue to purchase or hold a
  stock included in the Portfolio even though the stock's outlook or its mar-
  ket value or yield may have changed.

 .  The Portfolio is concentrated in the telecommunications industry. Adverse
   developments in this industry may significantly affect the value of your
   Units. Companies involved in the telecommunications industry must contend
   with rapid changes in technology, intense competition, cyclical market pat-
   terns, government regulation, and rapid obsolescence of products and serv-
   ices.

 . Certain of the securities included in the Portfolio may be foreign securi-
  ties or American Depositary Receipts that evidence ownership of underlying
  foreign securities. Foreign securities present risks beyond those of U.S.
  issuers.

Investor Suitability

The Portfolio may be suitable for you if:

 . You are seeking to own stocks of telecommunications companies in one conve-
  nient package;

 . You want capital appreciation potential;

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<PAGE>

 . The Portfolio represents only a portion of your overall investment portfo-
  lio; and

 . The Portfolio is part of a longer term investment strategy that includes the
  investment in subsequent portfolios, if available.

The Portfolio is not appropriate for you if:

 . You are unwilling to take the risks involved with owning a concentrated eq-
  uity investment; or

 .You are seeking preservation of capital or high current income.

Fees and Expenses

This table shows the fees and expenses you may pay, directly or indirectly,
when you invest in the Portfolio.

Unitholder Sales Fees

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                        Percentage
                                                        of Public  Amount per
                                                         Offering    $1,000
                                                          Price    Invested(1)
                                                        ---------- -----------
<S>                                                     <C>        <C>
Maximum Sales Charges
Upfront Sales Charge(2)................................   1.00%      $10.00
Deferred Sales Charge(3)...............................   1.95%      $19.50
Creation and Development Fee Cap over the life of the
 Portfolio(4)..........................................   0.40%      $ 4.00
                                                          -----      ------
 (the Annual Creation and Development Fee is 0.35% of
 average daily net assets and is only charged while a
 Unitholder remains invested)
Maximum Sales Charges (including Creation and
 Development Fee Cap over the life of the
 Portfolio)(4).........................................   3.35%      $33.50
                                                          =====      ======
</TABLE>

Estimated Annual Operating Expenses
(Paid from Portfolio Assets)

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                     Approximate
                                                     Amount per Unit % of Public
                                                      (based on $10   Offering
                                                          Unit)       Price(1)
                                                     --------------- -----------
<S>                                                  <C>             <C>
Trustee's Fee.......................................    $0.00950       0.0950%
Sponsor's Supervisory Fee...........................    $0.00350       0.0350%
Bookkeeping and Administrative Fees.................    $0.00250       0.0250%
Evaluator's Fee.....................................    $0.00300       0.0300%
Other Operating Expenses(5).........................    $0.00175       0.0175%
                                                        --------       -------
Total...............................................    $0.02025       0.2025%

Maximum Organization Costs(6).......................    $ 0.0225        0.225%
</TABLE>
---------
(1) Based on 100 Units with a $10 per Unit Public Offering Price as of the
    Initial Date of Deposit.

(2) As provided below, Unitholders are subject to a maximum transaction-based
    sales charge (that does not include the Creation and Development Fee) (the
    "Transactional Sales Charge") that consists of an Upfront Sales Charge and
    a Deferred Sales Charge. The maximum Transactional Sales Charge is 2.95%
    of the Public Offering Price. The Upfront Sales Charge equals the differ-
    ence between the maximum Transactional Sales Charge of 2.95% and any re-
    maining deferred sales charges. Accordingly, the percentage amount of the
    Upfront Sales Charge will vary over time.

(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.195 per Unit. The
    percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of De-
    posit and the percentage amount will vary over time.

(4) The Creation and Development Fee (the "C&D Fee") compensates the Sponsor
    for creating and developing the Portfolio. The annual C&D Fee is 0.35% of
    the average daily net assets. The C&D Fee will only be charged for a given
    Unitholder while the Unitholder remains invested. The Portfolio accrues
    the C&D Fee daily during the life of the Portfolio based on its average
    net asset value and pays the Sponsor monthly. In no event will the Sponsor
    collect over the life of the Portfolio more than the C&D Fee Cap (provided
    in the table above) of 0.40% of a Unitholder's initial investment.

(5) Other Operating Expenses do not include brokerage costs and other transac-
    tional fees.

(6) Organization costs are deducted from Portfolio assets at the earlier of
    the close of the initial offering period or six months after the Initial
    Date of Deposit.

You will pay both an Upfront and a Deferred Sales Charge. The Upfront Sales
Charge equals the difference between the maximum Transactional Sales Charge
(which does not include the C&D Fee) of 2.95% of the Public Offering Price and
any remaining deferred sales charges. The Deferred Sales Charge is $0.195 per
Unit and is deducted monthly in installments of $0.039 per Unit on the last
business day of each month from August 31, 2001, through December 31, 2001. If
you redeem Units prior to the collection of the entire Deferred Sales Charge,
any remaining deferred sales charges will be accelerated and collected at that
time.

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The maximum per Unit Transactional Sales Charges are reduced as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                               Upfront  Deferred   Total Maximum
                                                Sales     Sales    Transactional
             Number of Units(1)               Charge(2) Charge(3)  Sales Charge
--------------------------------------------- --------- ---------  -------------
<S>                                           <C>       <C>        <C>
Less than 5,000..............................   1.00%     1.95%        2.95%
5,000 to 9,999...............................   0.75%     1.95%        2.70%
10,000 to 24,999.............................   0.50%     1.95%        2.45%
25,000 to 49,999.............................   0.25%     1.95%        2.20%
50,000 to 99,999.............................   0.00%     1.95%        1.95%
100,000 or more..............................   0.00%     1.95%(4)     1.20%
</TABLE>
---------
(1) Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the ba-
sis of the number of Units purchased, at any point of purchase, using the
equivalent of 5,000 Units to $50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and will
be applied on that basis which is more favorable to you.

(2) The Upfront Sales Charge is based on the Unit price on the Initial Date of
Deposit. Because the Upfront Sales Charge equals the difference between the
applicable Transactional Sales Charge and the remaining deferred charges, the
percentage and dollar amount of the Upfront Sales Charge will vary as the Unit
price varies and after deferred charges begin.

(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.195 per Unit. The
percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of Deposit
and the percentage amount will vary over time.

(4) All Units are subject to the same Deferred Sales Charge. To allow invest-
ors who purchase 100,000 Units or more to pay a Transactional Sales Charge
that is less than the Deferred Sales Charge, the Sponsor provides such invest-
ors with additional Units to lower the effective sales charge to 1.20%.

As described in "Public Offering Price" in Part B of the Prospectus, certain
classes of investors are also entitled to reduced sales charges. The secondary
market sales charges for the Portfolio are the same as primary market charges
provided above.

Example

This example may help you compare the cost of investing in the Portfolio to
the cost of investing in other funds.

The example assumes that you invest $10,000 in the Portfolio for the periods
indicated and then either redeem or do not redeem your Units at the end of
those periods. The example also assumes a 5% return on your investment each
year and that the Portfolio's operating expenses stay the same. The example
does not include brokerage costs and other transactional fees. Although your
actual costs may be higher or lower, based on these assumptions your costs
would be:

<TABLE>
  <S>                   <C>                               <C>                                 <C>
  1 Year                3 Years                            5 Years                            10 Years
  -------               -------                           ---------                           ---------
  $371.97               $912.29                           $1,478.46                           $3,001.23
</TABLE>

While the Portfolio has a term of approximately 18 months, you may be able to
invest in future portfolios with reduced sales charges. These future sales
charges are included in the amounts provided above.

See "Trust Operating Expenses" in Part B of the Prospectus for additional in-
formation regarding expenses.

Dealer Concessions

The Sponsor plans to allow a concession of 2.50% of the Public Offering Price
for primary and secondary market non-breakpoint purchases of Units to dealer
firms in connection with the sale of Units in a given transaction.

The concession paid to dealers is reduced or eliminated in connection with
Units sold in transactions to investors that receive reduced sales charges
based on the number of Units sold or in connection with Units sold in Rollover
Purchases, to Wrap Account Purchasers and to other investors entitled to the
sales charge reduction applicable for Wrap Account Purchasers, as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                          %
                                                                      Concession
Number of Units*                                                       per Unit
----------------                                                      ----------
<S>                                                                   <C>
Less than 5,000......................................................   2.50%
5,000 to 9,999.......................................................   2.25%
10,000 to 24,999.....................................................   2.00%
25,000 to 49,999.....................................................   1.75%
50,000 to 99,999.....................................................   1.50%
100,000 or more......................................................   0.85%
Rollover Purchases...................................................   1.50%
Wrap Account Purchasers..............................................   0.00%
</TABLE>

*Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the basis
of the number of Units purchased, using the equivalent of 5,000 Units to
$50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and will be applied on that basis
which is more favorable to you and may result in a reduction in the concession
per Unit.

See "Distributions of Units to the Public" in Part B of the Prospectus for ad-
ditional information on dealer concessions and volume incentives.

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--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Schedule of Investments
(at the Initial Date of Deposit, January 17, 2001)

  Nuveen Telecommunications Paradigm Short-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                               Percentage
                                                                   of
                                                               Aggregate                  Cost of    Current
Number of                                               Ticker  Offering  Market Value Securities to Dividend
 Shares          Name of Issuer of Securities(1)        Symbol   Price     per Share   Portfolio(2)  Yield(3)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<S>        <C>                                          <C>    <C>        <C>          <C>           <C>
           Computers                                               3.99%
    159    Sun Microsystems, Inc.                       SUNW       3.99    $ 31.3750     $  4,989      N/A
           Electronic Component--Semiconductor                    20.02
     71    Applied Micro Circuits Corporation           AMCC       4.00      70.3750        4,997      N/A
    159    Intel Corporation                            INTC       3.99      31.3750        4,989     0.25%
     63    PMC - Sierra Inc.(6)                         PMCS       4.03      79.9375        5,036      N/A
    105    Texas Instruments Incorporated               TXN        4.01      47.6875        5,007     0.18%
    103    Xilinx, Inc.                                 XLNX       3.99      48.4375        4,989      N/A
           Electronics--Military                                   4.00
     69    L-3 Communications Holdings, Inc.            LLL        4.00      72.3750        4,994      N/A
           Networking Products                                     8.00
    130    Cisco Systems, Inc.                          CSCO       4.01      38.5000        5,005      N/A
    274    Lucent Technologies Inc.                     LU         3.99      18.1875        4,983     0.44%
           Semiconductor Component--Integrated Circuits            3.99
    127    Triquint Semiconductor, Inc.                 TQNT       3.99      39.2500        4,985      N/A
           Telecommunications Equipment--Fiber Optics             16.06
     56    CIENA Corporation                            CIEN       4.04      90.0625        5,044      N/A
     83    Corning Incorporated                         GLW        3.98      59.9375        4,975     0.40%
    104    JDS Uniphase Corporation                     JDSU       4.01      48.1250        5,005      N/A
     55    Newport Corporation                          NEWP       4.03      91.5625        5,036     0.02%
           Telecommunications Services                             3.98
    230    Global Crossing Ltd.(6)                      GX         3.98      21.6250        4,974      N/A
           Telecommunications Equipment                           24.01
    290    ADC Telecommunications, Inc.                 ADCT       3.99      17.1875        4,984      N/A
     47    Comverse Technology, Inc.                    CMVT       4.02     106.8125        5,020      N/A
    127    Nokia OYJ ADR(5)                             NOK        4.00      39.3750        5,001     0.35%
    156    Nortel Networks Corporation(6)               NT         3.99      31.9375        4,982     0.23%
     71    QUALCOMM Incorporated                        QCOM       4.03      70.9375        5,037      N/A
    117    Tollgrade Communications, Inc.               TLGD       3.98      42.5000        4,973      N/A
           Telephone--Integrated                                  15.95
    107    Level 3 Communications, Inc.                 LVLT       3.99      46.5625        4,982      N/A
    106    Qwest Communications International Inc.      Q          3.99      47.0000        4,982      N/A
    234    WorldCom, Inc.                               WCOM       3.99      21.3125        4,987      N/A
    234    Motorola, Inc.                                MOT       3.98      21.2500        4,973     0.75%
  -----                                                          ------                  --------
  3,277                                                          100.00%                 $124,929
  =====                                                          ======                  ========
</TABLE>
---------
See "Notes to Portfolios."

Advertising and sales literature may include brief descriptions of the princi-
pal businesses of the companies included in the Portfolio.

Please note that if this Prospectus is used as a preliminary prospectus for fu-
ture Nuveen Defined Portfolios, the portfolio will contain different stocks
from those described above.

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Nuveen Telecommunications Paradigm Long-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001

Risk/Return Summary

Investment Objective

The Portfolio seeks to provide capital appreciation.

Investment Strategy

The Portfolio consists of the stocks of companies that stand to benefit from
the emergence of a new telecommunications paradigm. The Portfolio is diversi-
fied across the telecommunications sector, including companies that manufac-
ture and/or distribute fiber optic equipment, cable, semiconductors, micropro-
cessors, wireless communications equipment and network storage equipment as
well as general telecommunications equipment. In addition, the Portfolio will
contain a select group of telecommunications service providers.

The stocks are expected to remain in the Portfolio until termination.

Security Selection

To create the Portfolio, the Sponsor follows these steps:

 . identifies the various subsectors that comprise the telecommunications sec-
  tor;

 . analyzes which subsectors may benefit from the predicted growth of telecom-
  munications companies; and

 . selects representative companies within each subsector by examining:

 --products and/or services offered by the companies;

 --the competitive environment;

 --research and development capabilities;

 --management expertise;

 --strategic alliances and potential acquisitions;

 --financing; and

 --a fundamental and technical equity valuation assessment.

As of the Initial Date of Deposit, the stocks in the Portfolio are approxi-
mately equally dollar weighted.

Sector Description

The Sponsor believes that a new telecommunications paradigm is evolving.
Driven by the Internet revolution and powered by several key emerging technol-
ogies, this new paradigm has the potential to lead to an unprecedented trans-
formation of how business and society exchange information, conduct business
and communicate with one another. "The new paradigm is the speed-of-light
world of the all-optic network. It is a new industrial era in which the
Internet is the defining force. It is a new communications architecture based
on broad bandwidth." (George Gilder, gildertech.com, 7/18/00.) "The term "par-
adigm shift' was introduced by Thomas Kuhn. Mr. Kuhn shows how almost every
significant breakthrough in the field of scientific endeavor is first a break
with tradition, with old ways of thinking, with old paradigms... Paradigm
shifts move us from one way of seeing the world to another." (Stephen R. Cov-
ey, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, p. 29-30.)

The Telecommunications Paradigm Sector has key growth elements that may repre-
sent attractive investment potential. According to Eugene E. Peroni, Jr., Di-
rector of Equity Research, Nuveen Investments, "[v]olatility in the telecommu-
nications sector reflects, in part, the swift developments and innovations
that are taking place in this industry. I continue to favor an investment
strategy focusing on the leading infrastructure companies within this dynamic
technological area."

The Sponsor believes that the following emerging technologies in the industry
subsectors described below help to foster growth in the telecommunications
sector:

Fiber Optics--Fiber optics has been one of the fastest growing sectors within
the telecommunications industry. Optical equipment converts electronic voice,
data and video signals into light pulsations transmitted through fiber optic
cables. "The only technology that can satisfy the appetite for bandwidth is
optical networking, which boosts the capacity of existing networks by more
than a million times what it is today." (Deborah Solomon, USA Today,
06/07/00.)

Emerging Fiber Optics Technology: DWDM technology transmits multiple wave-
lengths--or colors--of light on the same fiber strand, with each wavelength
carrying a distinct stream of information. Today's systems can combine up to
100 wavelengths of light on a fiber, enabling service

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<PAGE>

providers to offer hundreds of times more bandwidth without incurring the cost
of laying more fiber.

Networking & Storage--To meet the demand for faster and more efficient
networking, several pioneering companies are focused on developing next-gener-
ation, high-speed network infrastructure. "Manufacturers are marketing storage
units that can sit separately on networks and supply data to many different
servers, even if they come from different producers. The shift to open storage
could reshape the industry." (FORTUNE, 8/16/99.)

Emerging Networking & Storage Technology: Gigabit Ethernet switching and mul-
tiple data networking applications have been developed in response to unprece-
dented Internet growth, increased data and multimedia traffic and a movement
to distributed networks.

Microprocessors/Semiconductors--The urge to log on from anywhere has helped to
fuel a surge in the stocks of companies that make the chips that go into vari-
ous Internet appliances. "Growth in this area is being driven primarily by the
acceleration in wireless communications, increased Internet usage and the pro-
liferation of digital consumer products." (Business Week Online 3/00.)

Emerging Microprocessor/Semiconductor Technology: ASIC (application specific
integrated circuits) can create single-chip systems that combine several core
processing cells. Also emerging are FPGAs (field-programmable gate arrays)
that can change their instruction sets in a split second. These emerging tech-
nologies allow portions of chips to be constantly reconfigured.

Wireless--There are currently 100 million wireless subscribers in the United
States alone, representing 36% of our population. (The Cellular Telecommunica-
tions Industry Association, 7/26/00.) "The market for mobile digital devices--
cell phones and pocket computers--has already rocketed past that for personal
computers, and it should top 1 billion users by 2003." (Business Week Online,
5/22/00.)

Emerging Wireless Technology: After digitizing data, code-division multiple
access ("CDMA") spreads the data over the entire available bandwidth, increas-
ing the efficiency. Multiple calls are overlaid on the channel, with each as-
signed a unique sequence code. The digital wireless personal communication
service (PCS) is expected to use CDMA widely in the United States.

Please be aware that industry predictions may not materialize, and that the
companies selected for the Portfolio do not represent the entire industry and
may not participate in the expected overall industry growth.

Future Portfolios

The Sponsor may create future portfolios that will invest in stocks in this
sector. If these future portfolios are available, you may be able to reinvest
into one of the portfolios at a reduced sales charge.

Primary Risks

You can lose money by investing in the Portfolio. In addition, the Portfolio
may not perform as well as you hope. These things can happen for various rea-
sons, including:

 . Stock prices can be volatile.

 . Share prices or dividend rates on the stocks may decline during the life of
  the Portfolio.

 . The Portfolio is not actively managed and may continue to purchase or hold a
  stock included in the Portfolio even though the stock's outlook or its mar-
  ket value or yield may have changed.

 . The Portfolio is concentrated in the telecommunications industry. Adverse
  developments in this industry may significantly affect the value of your
  Units. Companies involved in the telecommunications industry must contend
  with rapid changes in technology, intense competition, cyclical market pat-
  terns, government regulation, and rapid obsolescence of products and servic-
  es.

 . Certain of the securities included in the Portfolio may be foreign securi-
  ties or American Depositary Receipts that evidence ownership of underlying
  foreign securities. Foreign securities present risks beyond those of U.S.
  issuers.

Investor Suitability

The Portfolio may be suitable for you if:

 . You are seeking to own stocks of telecommunications companies in one conve-
  nient package;

 . You want capital appreciation potential;

 . The Portfolio represents only a portion of your overall investment portfo-
  lio; and

 . The Portfolio is part of a longer term investment strategy.

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The Portfolio is not appropriate for you if:

 . You are unwilling to take the risks involved with owning a concentrated eq-
  uity investment; or

 . You are seeking preservation of capital or high current income.

Fees and Expenses

This table shows the fees and expenses you may pay, directly or indirectly,
when you invest in the Portfolio.

Unitholders Sales Fees

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                     Percentage of  Amount per
                                                    Public Offering   $1,000
                                                         Price      Invested(1)
                                                    --------------- -----------
<S>                                                 <C>             <C>
Maximum Sales Charges
Upfront Sales Charge (2)...........................      1.00%        $10.00
Deferred Sales Charge(3)...........................      3.50%        $35.00
Creation and Development Fee Cap over the life of
 the Portfolio(4)..................................      0.45%        $ 4.50
                                                         -----        ------
 (the Annual Creation and Development Fee is 0.35%
 of average daily net assets and is only charged
 while a Unitholder remains invested)
Maximum Sales Charges (including Creation and
 Development Fee Cap over the life of the
 Portfolio)(4).....................................      4.95%        $49.50
                                                         =====        ======
</TABLE>

Estimated Annual Operating Expenses (Paid from Portfolio Assets)

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                   Approximate %
                                                   Amount per Unit   of Public
                                                    (based on $10    Offering
                                                        Unit)        Price(1)
                                                   --------------- -------------
<S>                                                <C>             <C>
Trustee's Fee.....................................    $0.00950        0.0950%
Sponsor's Supervisory Fee.........................    $0.00350        0.0350%
Bookkeeping and Administrative Fees...............    $0.00250        0.0250%
Evaluator's Fee...................................    $0.00300        0.0300%
Other Operating Expenses(5).......................    $0.00175        0.0175%
                                                      --------        ------
Total.............................................    $0.02025        0.2025%

Maximum Organization Costs(6).....................    $ 0.0225         0.225%
</TABLE>
---------

(1) Based on 100 Units with a $10 per Unit Public Offering Price as of the
    Initial Date of Deposit.

(2) As provided below, Unitholders are subject to a maximum transaction-based
    sales charge (that does not include the Creation and Development Fee) (the
    "Transactional Sales Charge") that consists of an Upfront Sales Charge and
    a Deferred Sales Charge. The maximum Transactional Sales Charge is 4.50%
    of the Public Offering Price. The Upfront Sales Charge equals the differ-
    ence between the maximum Transactional Sales Charge of 4.50% and any re-
    maining deferred sales charges. Accordingly, the percentage amount of the
    Upfront Sales Charge will vary over time.

(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.35 per Unit. The
    percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of De-
    posit and the percentage amount will vary over time.

(4) The Creation and Development Fee (the "C&D Fee") compensates the Sponsor
    for creating and developing the Portfolio. The annual C&D fee is 0.35% of
    the average daily net assets. The C&D Fee will only be charged for a given
    Unitholder while the Unitholder remains invested. The Portfolio accrues
    the C&D Fee daily during the life of the Portfolio based on its average
    net asset value and pays the Sponsor monthly. In no event will the Sponsor
    collect over the life of the Portfolio more than the C&D Fee Cap (provided
    in the table above) of 0.45% of a Unitholder's initial investment.

(5) Other Operating Expenses do not include brokerage costs and other transac-
    tional fees.

(6) Organization costs are deducted from Portfolio assets at the earlier of
    the close of the initial offering period or six months after the Initial
    Date of Deposit.

You will pay both an Upfront and a Deferred Sales Charge. The Upfront Sales
Charge equals the difference between the maximum Transactional Sales Charge
(which does not include the C&D Fee) of 4.5% of the Public Offering Price and
any remaining deferred sales charges. The Deferred Sales Charge is $0.35 per
Unit and is deducted monthly in installments of $0.07 per Unit on the last
business day of each month from August 31, 2001, through December 31, 2001. If
you redeem Units prior to the collection of the entire Deferred Sales Charge,
any remaining deferred sales charges will be accelerated and collected at that
time.

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The maximum per Unit Transactional Sales Charges are reduced as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                               Upfront  Deferred   Total Maximum
                                                Sales     Sales    Transactional
Number of Units(1)                            Charge(2) Charge(3)  Sales Charge
--------------------------------------------- --------- ---------  -------------
<S>                                           <C>       <C>        <C>
Less than 5,000..............................   1.00%     3.50%        4.50%
5,000 to 9,999...............................   0.75%     3.50%        4.25%
10,000 to 24,999.............................   0.50%     3.50%        4.00%
25,000 to 49,999.............................   0.00%     3.50%        3.50%
50,000 to 99,999.............................   0.00%     3.50%(4)     2.50%
100,000 or more..............................   0.00%     3.50%(4)     1.50%
</TABLE>
---------
(1) Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the ba-
    sis of the number of Units purchased, at any point of purchase, using the
    equivalent of 5,000 Units to $50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and
    will be applied on that basis which is more favorable to you.
(2) The Upfront Sales Charge is based on the Unit price on the Initial Date of
    Deposit. Because the Upfront Sales Charge equals the difference between
    the applicable Transactional Sales Charge and the remaining deferred
    charges, the percentage and dollar amount of the Upfront Sales Charge will
    vary as the Unit price varies and after deferred charges begin.
(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.35 per Unit. The
    percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of De-
    posit and the percentage amount will vary over time.
(4) All Units are subject to the same Deferred Sales Charge. To allow invest-
    ors who purchase 50,000 Units or more to pay a Transactional Sales Charge
    that is less than the Deferred Sales Charge, the Sponsor provides such in-
    vestors with additional Units to lower the effective sales charge.

As described in "Public Offering Price" in Part B of the Prospectus, certain
classes of investors are also entitled to reduced sales charges. See "Public
Offering Price" in Part B of the Prospectus for secondary market sales
charges.

Example

This example may help you compare the cost of investing in the Portfolio to
the cost of investing in other funds.

The example assumes that you invest $10,000 in the Portfolio for the periods
indicated and then either redeem or do not redeem your Units at the end of
those periods. The example also assumes a 5% return on your investment each
year and that the Portfolio's operating expenses stay the same. The example
does not include brokerage costs and other transactional fees. Although your
actual costs may be higher or lower, based on these assumptions your costs
would be:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                                             Life of
   1 Year                           3 Years                                                  Portfolio
   -------                          -------                                                 ----------
   <S>                              <C>                                                     <C>
   $523.47                          $636.11                                                  $758.99
</TABLE>

See "Trust Operating Expenses" in Part B of the Prospectus for additional in-
formation regarding expenses.

Dealer Concessions

The Sponsor plans to allow a concession of 3.60% of the Public Offering Price
for primary market non-breakpoint purchases of Units to dealer firms in con-
nection with the sale of Units in a given transaction.

The concession paid to dealers is reduced or eliminated in connection with
Units sold in transactions to investors that receive reduced sales charges
based on the number of Units sold or in connection with Units sold in Rollover
Purchases, to Wrap Account Purchasers and to other investors entitled to the
sales charge reduction applicable for Wrap Account Purchasers, as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                          %
                                                                      Concession
Number of Units*                                                       per Unit
----------------                                                      ----------
<S>                                                                   <C>
Less than 5,000......................................................   3.60%
5,000 to 9,999.......................................................   3.35%
10,000 to 24,999.....................................................   3.10%
25,000 to 49,999.....................................................   2.60%
50,000 to 99,999.....................................................   1.60%
100,000 or more......................................................   1.00%
Rollover Purchases...................................................   2.60%
Wrap Account Purchasers..............................................   0.00%
</TABLE>

*Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the basis
of the number of Units purchased, using the equivalent of 5,000 Units to
$50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and will be applied on that basis
which is more favorable to you and may result in a reduction in the concession
per Unit.

See "Distributions of Units to the Public" in Part B of the Prospectus for ad-
ditional information on dealer concessions, volume incentives and secondary
market concessions.

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--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Schedule of Investments
(at the Initial Date of Deposit, January 17, 2001)

  Nuveen Telecommunications Paradigm Long-Term Sector Portfolio, January 2001

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                               Percentage
                                                                   of
                                                               Aggregate                  Cost of    Current
Number of                                               Ticker  Offering  Market Value Securities to Dividend
 Shares          Name of Issuer of Securities(1)        Symbol   Price     per Share   Portfolio(2)  Yield(3)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<S>        <C>                                          <C>    <C>        <C>          <C>           <C>
           Computers                                               3.99%
    159    Sun Microsystems, Inc.                       SUNW       3.99    $ 31.3750     $  4,989      N/A
           Electronic Component--Semiconductor                    20.02
     71    Applied Micro Circuits Corporation           AMCC       4.00      70.3750        4,997      N/A
    159    Intel Corporation                            INTC       3.99      31.3750        4,989     0.25%
     63    PMC - Sierra Inc.(6)                         PMCS       4.03      79.9375        5,036      N/A
    105    Texas Instruments Incorporated               TXN        4.01      47.6875        5,007     0.18%
    103    Xilinx, Inc.                                 XLNX       3.99      48.4375        4,989      N/A
           Electronics--Military                                   4.00
     69    L-3 Communications Holdings, Inc.            LLL        4.00      72.3750        4,994      N/A
           Networking Products                                     8.00
    130    Cisco Systems, Inc.                          CSCO       4.01      38.5000        5,005      N/A
    274    Lucent Technologies Inc.                     LU         3.99      18.1875        4,983     0.44%
           Semiconductor Component--Integrated Circuits            3.99
    127    Triquint Semiconductor, Inc.                 TQNT       3.99      39.2500        4,985      N/A
           Telecommunications Equipment--Fiber Optics             16.06
     56    CIENA Corporation                            CIEN       4.04      90.0625        5,044      N/A
     83    Corning Incorporated                         GLW        3.98      59.9375        4,975     0.40%
    104    JDS Uniphase Corporation                     JDSU       4.01      48.1250        5,005      N/A
     55    Newport Corporation                          NEWP       4.03      91.5625        5,036     0.02%
           Telecommunications Services                             3.98
    230    Global Crossing Ltd.(6)                      GX         3.98      21.6250        4,974      N/A
           Telecommunications Equipment                           24.01
    290    ADC Telecommunications, Inc.                 ADCT       3.99      17.1875        4,984      N/A
     47    Comverse Technology, Inc.                    CMVT       4.02     106.8125        5,020      N/A
    127    Nokia OYJ ADR(5)                             NOK        4.00      39.3750        5,001     0.35%
    156    Nortel Networks Corporation(6)               NT         3.99      31.9375        4,982     0.23%
     71    QUALCOMM Incorporated                        QCOM       4.03      70.9375        5,037      N/A
    117    Tollgrade Communications, Inc.               TLGD       3.98      42.5000        4,973      N/A
           Telephone--Integrated                                  15.95
    107    Level 3 Communications, Inc.                 LVLT       3.99      46.5625        4,982      N/A
    106    Qwest Communications International Inc.      Q          3.99      47.0000        4,982      N/A
    234    WorldCom, Inc.                               WCOM       3.99      21.3125        4,987      N/A
    234    Motorola, Inc.                                MOT       3.98      21.2500        4,973     0.75%
  -----                                                          ------                  --------
  3,277                                                          100.00%                 $124,929
  =====                                                          ======                  ========
</TABLE>
---------
See "Notes to Portfolios."

Advertising and sales literature may include brief descriptions of the princi-
pal businesses of the companies included in the Portfolio.

Please note that if this Prospectus is used as a preliminary prospectus for fu-
ture Nuveen Defined Portfolios, the portfolio will contain different stocks
from those described above.

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Nuveen Legacy
Short-Term Portfolio, January 2001

Risk/Return Summary

Investment Objective

The Portfolio seeks to provide capital appreciation from a diversified portfo-
lio of blue chip stocks.

Investment Strategy

The Portfolio consists of the stocks of blue chip companies selected by Eu-
gene E. Peroni, Jr. of Nuveen and his research team. These stocks are expected
to remain in the Portfolio until termination. Blue chip companies are large,
well known and established companies that have a history of earnings growth.
The Portfolio consists of stocks of companies from various industries that are
"household names" with universal appeal and global resources. The Portfolio
primarily consists of new economy blue chip stocks of companies that are typi-
cally leaders in their industries, exhibiting strength and stability in a
changing economic world. "The addition of the tech stocks to the blue chip in-
dex reflects the increased relevance that technology now plays in the overall
state of business and the economy." (Fortune, 10/26/99.)

Mr. Peroni's 25 years of investment research experience have made him one of
Wall Street's most respected investment strategists. His time-tested Peroni
Method of stock selection is a proprietary methodology using a bottom-up ap-
proach that emphasizes the technical merits of individual stocks.

Mr. Peroni regularly appears on CNBC, Nightly Business Report and Bloomberg
TV, and has been quoted often in such esteemed publications as The Wall Street
Journal and Investor's Business Daily.

The Portfolio can help you leave your mark with your most valuable assets--the
children in your life. Its focus on growth makes it ideal as a core savings
vehicle for long-term goals, and, with stocks of companies that kids know, it
is the perfect tool to start talking with your children about the importance
of investing.

Security Selection

In selecting the stocks for the Portfolio, Nuveen's research professionals
look for stocks meeting the following criteria:

 . Positive potential long-term earnings growth;

 . Industry leaders with brand-name recognition in the workplace;

 . Favorable long-term industry leadership prospects;

 . Attractive technical characteristics--bullish long-term price patterns, pos-
  itive net money flows and high relative strength rankings; and

 . Appropriate holdings for the long-term buy-and-hold portion of an asset al-
  location model.

Future Portfolios

The Sponsor may create future portfolios that follow the same investment
strategy to select stocks. If these future portfolios are available, you may
be able to reinvest into one of the portfolios at a reduced sales charge.

Industry Diversification

Based upon the principal business of each issuer and current market values,
the Portfolio represents the following industries:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                Approximate
Industry                                                    Portfolio Percentage
--------                                                    --------------------
<S>                                                         <C>
Aerospace/Defense..........................................        10.03%
Beverages--Non-alcoholic...................................         3.33%
Chemicals--Specialty.......................................         3.33%
Computers--Memory Devices..................................         3.35%
Cosmetics & Toiletries.....................................         6.67%
Diversified Financial Services.............................         3.32%
Diversified Manufacturing Operations.......................         6.67%
Electronic Components--Semiconductors......................         3.34%
Electronic Forms...........................................         3.32%
Enterprise Software/Services...............................         3.33%
Finance--Investment Banker/Broker..........................         3.34%
Instruments--Scientific....................................         3.32%
Life/Health Insurance......................................         3.38%
Medical Products...........................................         3.33%
Medical--Drugs.............................................        10.02%
Medical--Hospitals.........................................         3.34%
Multi-line Insurance.......................................         3.32%
Pipelines..................................................         3.33%
Retail--Building Products..................................         3.32%
Retail--Discount...........................................         3.32%
Retail--Drug Store.........................................         3.31%
Telecommunication Equipment................................         6.67%
Wireless Equipment.........................................         3.31%
                                                                  -------
    Total..................................................       100.00%
                                                                  =======
</TABLE>


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Primary Risks

You can lose money by investing in the Portfolio. In addition, the Portfolio
may not perform as well as you hope. These things can happen for various rea-
sons, including:

 . Stock prices can be volatile.

 . Share prices or dividend rates on the stocks may decline during the life of
  the Portfolio.

 . The Portfolio is not actively managed and may continue to purchase or hold a
  stock included in the Portfolio even though the stock's outlook or its mar-
  ket value or yield may have changed.

 . The Portfolio is concentrated in the technology industry. Adverse develop-
  ments in this industry may significantly affect the value of your Units.
  Companies involved in the technology industry must contend with rapid
  changes in technology, intense competition, cyclical market patterns, gov-
  ernment regulation and the rapid obsolescence of products and services.

Investor Suitability

The Portfolio may be suitable for you if:

 . You are seeking blue chip stocks with attractive growth potential;

 . You are seeking a complement to other investments in the growth segment of
  your portfolio;

 . The Portfolio is part of a longer term investment strategy, that includes
  the investment in subsequent portfolios, if available; or

 . You are a young investor or are purchasing units on behalf of a young in-
  vestor.

The Portfolio is not appropriate for you if:

 . You are unwilling to take the risks involved with owning a concentrated eq-
  uity investment; or

 .You are seeking preservation of capital or high current income.

Fees and Expenses

This table shows the fees and expenses you may pay, directly or indirectly,
when you invest in the Portfolio.

Unitholder Sales Fees

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                        Percentage
                                                        of Public  Amount per
                                                         Offering    $1,000
                                                          Price    Invested(1)
                                                        ---------- -----------
<S>                                                     <C>        <C>
Maximum Sales Charges
Upfront Sales Charge(2)................................   1.00%      $10.00
Deferred Sales Charge(3)...............................   1.95%      $19.50
Creation and Development Fee Cap over the life of the
 Portfolio(4)..........................................   0.40%      $ 4.00
                                                          -----      ------
 (the Annual Creation and Development Fee is 0.35% of
 average daily net assets and is only charged while a
 Unitholder remains invested)
Maximum Sales Charges (including Creation and
 Development Fee Cap over the life of the
 Portfolio)(4).........................................   3.35%      $33.50
                                                          =====      ======
</TABLE>

Estimated Annual Operating Expenses
(Paid from Portfolio Assets)

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                     Approximate
                                                     Amount per Unit % of Public
                                                      (based on $10   Offering
                                                          Unit)       Price(1)
                                                     --------------- -----------
<S>                                                  <C>             <C>
Trustee's Fee.......................................    $0.00950       0.0950%
Sponsor's Supervisory Fee...........................    $0.00350       0.0350%
Bookkeeping and Administrative Fees.................    $0.00250       0.0250%
Evaluator's Fee.....................................    $0.00300       0.0300%
Other Operating Expenses(5).........................    $0.00675       0.0675%
                                                        --------       -------
Total...............................................    $0.02525       0.2525%

Maximum Organization Costs(6).......................    $ 0.0225        0.225%
</TABLE>
---------
(1) Based on 100 Units with a $10 per Unit Public Offering Price as of the Ini-
    tial Date of Deposit.
(2) As provided below, Unitholders are subject to a maximum transaction-based
    sales charge (that does not include the Creation and Development Fee) (the
    "Transactional Sales Charge") that consists of an Upfront Sales Charge and
    a Deferred Sales Charge. The maximum Transactional Sales Charge is 2.95% of
    the Public Offering Price. The Upfront Sales Charge equals the difference

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   between the maximum Transactional Sales Charge of 2.95% and any remaining
   deferred sales charges. Accordingly, the percentage amount of the Upfront
   Sales Charge will vary over time.

(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.195 per Unit. The
    percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of De-
    posit and the percentage amount will vary over time.

(4) The Creation and Development Fee (the "C&D Fee") compensates the Sponsor
    for creating and developing the Portfolio. The annual C&D Fee is 0.35% of
    the average daily net assets. The C&D Fee will only be charged for a given
    Unitholder while the Unitholder remains invested. The Portfolio accrues
    the C&D Fee daily during the life of the Portfolio based on its average
    net asset value and pays the Sponsor monthly. In no event will the Sponsor
    collect over the life of the Portfolio more than the C&D Fee Cap (provided
    in the table above) of 0.40% of a Unitholder's initial investment.

(5) Other Operating Expenses include annual licensing fees paid to use intel-
    lectual property rights of Neale S. Godfrey in the Legacy Portfolio con-
    cept but do not include brokerage costs and other transactional fees.

(6) Organization costs are deducted from Portfolio assets at the earlier of
    the close of the initial offering period or six months after the Initial
    Date of Deposit.

You will pay both an Upfront and a Deferred Sales Charge. The Upfront Sales
Charge equals the difference between the maximum Transactional Sales Charge
(which does not include the C&D Fee) of 2.95% of the Public Offering Price and
any remaining deferred sales charges. The Deferred Sales Charge is $0.195 per
Unit and is deducted monthly in installments of $0.039 per Unit on the last
business day of each month from August 31, 2001, through December 31, 2001. If
you redeem Units prior to the collection of the entire Deferred Sales Charge,
any remaining deferred sales charges will be accelerated and collected at that
time.

The maximum per Unit Transactional Sales Charges are reduced as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                               Upfront  Deferred   Total Maximum
                                                Sales     Sales    Transactional
             Number of Units(1)               Charge(2) Charge(3)  Sales Charge
--------------------------------------------- --------- ---------  -------------
<S>                                           <C>       <C>        <C>
Less than 5,000..............................   1.00%     1.95%        2.95%
5,000 to 9,999...............................   0.75%     1.95%        2.70%
10,000 to 24,999.............................   0.50%     1.95%        2.45%
25,000 to 49,999.............................   0.25%     1.95%        2.20%
50,000 to 99,999.............................   0.00%     1.95%        1.95%
100,000 or more..............................   0.00%     1.95%(4)     1.20%
</TABLE>
---------
(1) Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the ba-
sis of the number of Units purchased, at any point of purchase, using the
equivalent of 5,000 Units to $50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and will
be applied on that basis which is more favorable to you.

(2) The Upfront Sales Charge is based on the Unit price on the Initial Date of
Deposit. Because the Upfront Sales Charge equals the difference between the
applicable Transactional Sales Charge and the remaining deferred charges, the
percentage and dollar amount of the Upfront Sales Charge will vary as the Unit
price varies and after deferred charges begin.

(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.195 per Unit. The
percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of Deposit
and the percentage amount will vary over time.

(4) All Units are subject to the same Deferred Sales Charge. To allow invest-
ors who purchase 100,000 Units or more to pay a Transactional Sales Charge
that is less than the Deferred Sales Charge, the Sponsor provides such invest-
ors with additional Units to lower the effective sales charge to 1.20%.

As described in "Public Offering Price" in Part B of the Prospectus, certain
classes of investors are also entitled to reduced sales charges. The secondary
market sales charges for the Portfolio are the same as primary market charges
provided above.

Example

This example may help you compare the cost of investing in the Portfolio to
the cost of investing in other funds.

The example assumes that you invest $10,000 in the Portfolio for the periods
indicated and then either redeem or do not redeem your Units at

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the end of those periods. The example also assumes a 5% return on your invest-
ment each year and that the Portfolio's operating expenses stay the same. The
example does not include brokerage costs and other transactional fees. Al-
though your actual costs may be higher or lower, based on these assumptions
your costs would be:

<TABLE>
  <S>                   <C>                               <C>                                 <C>
  1 Year                3 Years                            5 Years                            10 Years
  -------               -------                           ---------                           ---------
  $376.92               $927.07                           $1,502.99                           $3,049.58
</TABLE>

While the Portfolio has a term of approximately 18 months, you may be able to
invest in future portfolios with reduced sales charges. These future sales
charges are included in the amounts provided above.

See "Trust Operating Expenses" in Part B of the Prospectus for additional in-
formation regarding expenses.

Dealer Concessions

The Sponsor plans to allow a concession of 2.50% of the Public Offering Price
for primary and secondary market non-breakpoint purchases of Units to dealer
firms in connection with the sale of Units in a given transaction.

The concession paid to dealers is reduced or eliminated in connection with
Units sold in transactions to investors that receive reduced sales charges
based on the number of Units sold or in connection with Units sold in Rollover
Purchases, to Wrap Account Purchasers and to other investors entitled to the
sales charge reduction applicable for Wrap Account Purchasers, as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                          %
                                                                      Concession
Number of Units*                                                       per Unit
----------------                                                      ----------
<S>                                                                   <C>
Less than 5,000......................................................   2.50%
5,000 to 9,999.......................................................   2.25%
10,000 to 24,999.....................................................   2.00%
25,000 to 49,999.....................................................   1.75%
50,000 to 99,999.....................................................   1.50%
100,000 or more......................................................   0.85%
Rollover Purchases...................................................   1.50%
Wrap Account Purchasers..............................................   0.00%
</TABLE>

*Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the basis
of the number of Units purchased, using the equivalent of 5,000 Units to
$50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and will be applied on that basis
which is more favorable to you and may result in a reduction in the concession
per Unit.

See "Distributions of Units to the Public" in Part B of the Prospectus for ad-
ditional information on dealer concessions and volume incentives.

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--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Schedule of Investments
(at the Initial Date of Deposit, January 17, 2001)

                Nuveen Legacy Short-Term Portfolio, January 2001

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                              Percentage
                                                                  of
                                                              Aggregate                  Cost of    Current
Number of                                              Ticker  Offering  Market Value Securities to Dividend
 Shares          Name of Issuer of Securities(1)       Symbol   Price     per Share   Portfolio(2)  Yield(3)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<S>        <C>                                         <C>    <C>        <C>          <C>           <C>
           Aerospace/Defense                                     10.03%
     82    The Boeing Company                          BA         3.33    $ 61.0000     $  5,002     1.11%
     73    General Dynamics Corporation                GD         3.34      68.6250        5,010     1.52%
     71    United Technologies Corporation             UTX        3.36      70.9375        5,037     1.27%
           Beverages--Non-alcoholic                               3.33
    109    Pepsico, Inc.                               PEP        3.33      45.9375        5,007     1.22%
           Chemicals--Specialty                                   3.33
    134    Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.            APD        3.33      37.2500        4,992     2.04%
           Computers--Memory Devices                              3.35
     72    EMC Corporation                             EMC        3.35      69.8750        5,031      N/A
           Cosmetics & Toiletries                                 6.67
     86    Colgate-Palmolive Company                   CL         3.32      57.9000        4,979     1.09%
     70    The Procter & Gamble Company                PG         3.35      71.9375        5,036     1.95%
           Diversified Financial Services                         3.32
     91    Citigroup, Inc.                             C          3.32      54.6875        4,977     1.02%
           Diversified Manufacturing Operations                   6.67
     79    Danaher Corporation                         DHR        3.34      63.5625        5,021     0.13%
     44    Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company    MMM        3.33     113.5000        4,994     2.04%
           Electronic Components--Semiconductors                  3.34
    105    Texas Instruments Incorporated              TXN        3.34      47.6875        5,007     0.18%
           Electronic Forms                                       3.32
     98    Adobe Systems Incorporated                  ADBE       3.32      50.8750        4,986     0.10%
           Enterprise Software/Services                           3.33
    157    Oracle Corporation                          ORCL       3.33      31.8125        4,995      N/A
           Finance--Investment Banker/Broker                      3.34
     68    Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc                    MER        3.34      73.6250        5,007     0.87%
           Instruments--Scientific                                3.32
     72    Waters Corporation                          WAT        3.32      69.1875        4,982      N/A
           Life/Health Insurance                                  3.38
     44    Cigna Corporation                           CI         3.38     115.2500        5,071     1.08%
           Medical Products                                       3.33
     53    Johnson & Johnson                           JNJ        3.33      94.1875        4,992     1.36%
           Medical--Drugs                                        10.02
     60    Allergan Inc.                               AGN        3.34      83.5625        5,014     0.38%
     74    Bristol-Myers Squibb Company                BMY        3.35      67.9375        5,027     1.62%
     60    Merck & Co., Inc.                           MRK        3.33      83.3125        4,999     1.63%
           Medical--Hospitals                                     3.34
    117    Tenet Healthcare Corporation                THC        3.34      42.8125        5,009      N/A
           Multi-line Insurance                                   3.32
    161    MetLife, Inc.                               MET        3.32      30.9375        4,981     0.65%
           Pipelines                                              3.33
     78    El Paso Energy Corporation                  EPG        3.33      64.1250        5,002     1.28%
           Retail--Building Products                              3.32
    102    The Home Depot, Inc.                        HD         3.32      48.8750        4,985     0.33%
           Retail--Discount                                       3.32
     91    Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.                       WMT        3.32      54.6875        4,977     0.44%
           Retail--Drug Store                                     3.31
     90    CVS Corporation                             CVS        3.31      55.2500        4,973     0.42%
           Telecommunication Equipment                            6.67
     83    Corning Incorporated                        GLW        3.31      59.9375        4,975     0.40%
     71    QUALCOMM Incorporated                       QCOM       3.36      70.9375        5,037      N/A
           Wireless Equipment                                     3.31
    234    Motorola, Inc.                              MOT        3.31      21.2500        4,973     0.75%
  -----                                                         ------                  --------
  2,729                                                         100.00%                 $150,078
  =====                                                         ======                  ========
</TABLE>
---------
See "Notes to Portfolios."

Advertising and sales literature may include brief descriptions of the princi-
pal businesses of the companies included in the Portfolio.

Please note that if this Prospectus is used as a preliminary prospectus for fu-
ture Nuveen Defined Portfolios, the portfolio will contain different stocks
from those described above.

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Nuveen Legacy Long-Term Portfolio, January 2001

Risk/Return Summary

Investment Objective

The Portfolio seeks to provide capital appreciation from a diversified portfo-
lio of blue chip stocks.

Investment Strategy

The Portfolio consists of the stocks of blue chip companies selected by Eugene
E. Peroni, Jr. of Nuveen and his research team. These stocks are expected to
remain in the Portfolio until termination. Blue chip companies are large, well
known and established companies that have a history of earnings growth. The
Portfolio consists of stocks of companies from various industries that are
"household names" with universal appeal and global resources. The Portfolio
primarily consists of new economy blue chip stocks of companies that are typi-
cally leaders in their industries, exhibiting strength and stability in a
changing economic world. "The addition of the tech stocks to the blue chip in-
dex reflects the increased relevance that technology now plays in the overall
state of business and the economy." (Fortune, 10/26/99.)

Mr. Peroni's 25 years of investment research experience have made him one of
Wall Street's most respected investment strategists. His time-tested Peroni
Method of stock selection is a proprietary methodology using a bottom-up ap-
proach that emphasizes the technical merits of individual stocks.

Mr. Peroni regularly appears on CNBC, Nightly Business Report and Bloomberg
TV, and has been quoted often in such esteemed publications as The Wall Street
Journal and Investor's Business Daily.

The Portfolio can help you leave your mark with your most valuable assets--the
children in your life. Its focus on growth makes it ideal as a core savings
vehicle for long-term goals, and, with stocks of companies that kids know, it
is the perfect tool to start talking with your children about the importance
of investing.

Security Selection

In selecting the stocks for the Portfolio, Nuveen's research professionals
look for stocks meeting the following criteria:

 . Positive potential long-term earnings growth;

 . Industry leaders with brand-name recognition in the workplace;

 . Favorable long-term industry leadership prospects;

 . Attractive technical characteristics--bullish long-term price patterns, pos-
  itive net money flows and high relative strength rankings; and

 . Appropriate holdings for the long-term buy-and-hold portion of an asset al-
  location model.

Future Portfolios

The Sponsor may create future portfolios that follow the same investment
strategy to select stocks. If these future portfolios are available, you may
be able to reinvest into one of the portfolios at a reduced sales charge.

Industry Diversification

Based upon the principal business of each issuer and current market values,
the Portfolio represents the following industries:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                Approximate
Industry                                                    Portfolio Percentage
--------                                                    --------------------
<S>                                                         <C>
Aerospace/Defense..........................................        10.03%
Beverages--Non-alcoholic...................................         3.33%
Chemicals--Specialty.......................................         3.33%
Computers--Memory Devices..................................         3.35%
Cosmetics & Toiletries.....................................         6.67%
Diversified Financial Services.............................         3.32%
Diversified Manufacturing Operations.......................         6.67%
Electronic Components--Semiconductors......................         3.34%
Electronic Forms...........................................         3.32%
Enterprise Software/Services...............................         3.33%
Finance--Investment Banker/Broker..........................         3.34%
Instruments--Scientific....................................         3.32%
Life/Health Insurance......................................         3.38%
Medical Products...........................................         3.33%
Medical--Drugs.............................................        10.02%
Medical--Hospitals.........................................         3.34%
Multi-line Insurance.......................................         3.32%
Pipelines..................................................         3.33%
Retail--Building Products..................................         3.32%
Retail--Discount...........................................         3.32%
Retail--Drug Store.........................................         3.31%
Telecommunication Equipment................................         6.67%
Wireless Equipment.........................................         3.31%
                                                                  -------
    Total..................................................       100.00%
                                                                  =======
</TABLE>


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Primary Risks

You can lose money by investing in the Portfolio. In addition, the Portfolio
may not perform as well as you hope. These things can happen for various rea-
sons, including:

 . Stock prices can be volatile.

 . Share prices or dividend rates on the stocks may decline during the life of
  the Portfolio.

 . The Portfolio is not actively managed and may continue to purchase or hold a
  stock included in the Portfolio even though the stock's outlook or its mar-
  ket value or yield may have changed.

 . The Portfolio is concentrated in the technology industry. Adverse develop-
  ments in this industry may significantly affect the value of your Units.
  Companies involved in the technology industry must contend with rapid
  changes in technology, intense competition, cyclical market patterns, gov-
  ernment regulation and the rapid obsolescence of products and services.

Investor Suitability

The Portfolio may be suitable for you if:

 . You are seeking blue chip stocks with attractive growth potential;

 . You are seeking a complement to other investments in the growth segment of
  your portfolio;

 . The Portfolio is part of a longer term investment strategy, or

 . You are a young investor or are purchasing units on behalf of a young in-
  vestor.

The Portfolio is not appropriate for you if:

 . You are unwilling to take the risks involved with owning a concentrated eq-
  uity investment; or

 . You are seeking preservation of capital or high current income.

Fees and Expenses

This table shows the fees and expenses you may pay, directly or indirectly,
when you invest in the Portfolio.

Unitholders Sales Fees

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                     Percentage of  Amount per
                                                    Public Offering   $1,000
                                                         Price      Invested(1)
                                                    --------------- -----------
<S>                                                 <C>             <C>
Maximum Sales Charges
Upfront Sales Charge (2)...........................      1.00%        $10.00
Deferred Sales Charge(3)...........................      3.50%        $35.00
Creation and Development Fee Cap over the life of
 the Portfolio(4)..................................      0.45%        $ 4.50
                                                         -----        ------
 (the Annual Creation and Development Fee is 0.35%
 of average daily net assets and is only charged
 while a Unitholder remains invested)
Maximum Sales Charges (including Creation and
 Development Fee Cap over the life of the
 Portfolio)(4).....................................      4.95%        $49.50
                                                         =====        ======
</TABLE>

Estimated Annual Operating Expenses (Paid from Portfolio Assets)

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                   Approximate %
                                                   Amount per Unit   of Public
                                                    (based on $10    Offering
                                                        Unit)        Price(1)
                                                   --------------- -------------
<S>                                                <C>             <C>
Trustee's Fee.....................................    $0.00950        0.0950%
Sponsor's Supervisory Fee.........................    $0.00350        0.0350%
Bookkeeping and Administrative Fees...............    $0.00250        0.0250%
Evaluator's Fee...................................    $0.00300        0.0300%
Other Operating Expenses(5).......................    $0.00675        0.0675%
                                                      --------        ------
Total.............................................    $0.02525        0.2525%

Maximum Organization Costs(6).....................    $ 0.0225         0.225%
</TABLE>
---------

(1) Based on 100 Units with a $10 per Unit Public Offering Price as of the Ini-
    tial Date of Deposit.

(2) As provided below, Unitholders are subject to a maximum transaction-based
    sales charge (that does not include the Creation and Development Fee) (the
    "Transactional

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   Sales Charge") that consists of an Upfront Sales Charge and a Deferred
   Sales Charge. The maximum Transactional Sales Charge is 4.50% of the Public
   Offering Price. The Upfront Sales Charge equals the difference between the
   maximum Transactional Sales Charge of 4.50% and any remaining deferred
   sales charges. Accordingly, the percentage amount of the Upfront Sales
   Charge will vary over time.

(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.35 per Unit. The
    percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of De-
    posit and the percentage amount will vary over time.

(4) The Creation and Development Fee (the "C&D Fee") compensates the Sponsor
    for creating and developing the Portfolio. The annual C&D fee is 0.35% of
    the average daily net assets. The C&D Fee will only be charged for a given
    Unitholder while the Unitholder remains invested. The Portfolio accrues
    the C&D Fee daily during the life of the Portfolio based on its average
    net asset value and pays the Sponsor monthly. In no event will the Sponsor
    collect over the life of the Portfolio more than the C&D Fee Cap (provided
    in the table above) of 0.45% of a Unitholder's initial investment.

(5) Other Operating Expenses include annual licensing fees paid to use intel-
    lectual property rights of Neale S. Godfrey in the Legacy Portfolio con-
    cept but do not include brokerage costs and other transactional fees.

(6) Organization costs are deducted from Portfolio assets at the earlier of
    the close of the initial offering period or six months after the Initial
    Date of Deposit.

You will pay both an Upfront and a Deferred Sales Charge. The Upfront Sales
Charge equals the difference between the maximum Transactional Sales Charge
(which does not include the C&D Fee) of 4.5% of the Public Offering Price and
any remaining deferred sales charges. The Deferred Sales Charge is $0.35 per
Unit and is deducted monthly in installments of $0.07 per Unit on the last
business day of each month from August 31, 2001, through December 31, 2001. If
you redeem Units prior to the collection of the entire Deferred Sales Charge,
any remaining deferred sales charges will be accelerated and collected at that
time.

The maximum per Unit Transactional Sales Charges are reduced as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                               Upfront  Deferred   Total Maximum
                                                Sales     Sales    Transactional
Number of Units(1)                            Charge(2) Charge(3)  Sales Charge
--------------------------------------------- --------- ---------  -------------
<S>                                           <C>       <C>        <C>
Less than 5,000..............................   1.00%     3.50%        4.50%
5,000 to 9,999...............................   0.75%     3.50%        4.25%
10,000 to 24,999.............................   0.50%     3.50%        4.00%
25,000 to 49,999.............................   0.00%     3.50%        3.50%
50,000 to 99,999.............................   0.00%     3.50%(4)     2.50%
100,000 or more..............................   0.00%     3.50%(4)     1.50%
</TABLE>
---------
(1) Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the ba-
    sis of the number of Units purchased, at any point of purchase, using the
    equivalent of 5,000 Units to $50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and
    will be applied on that basis which is more favorable to you.
(2) The Upfront Sales Charge is based on the Unit price on the Initial Date of
    Deposit. Because the Upfront Sales Charge equals the difference between
    the applicable Transactional Sales Charge and the remaining deferred
    charges, the percentage and dollar amount of the Upfront Sales Charge will
    vary as the Unit price varies and after deferred charges begin.
(3) The Deferred Sales Charge is a fixed dollar amount of $0.35 per Unit. The
    percentage provided is based on a $10 Unit as of the Initial Date of De-
    posit and the percentage amount will vary over time.
(4) All Units are subject to the same Deferred Sales Charge. To allow invest-
    ors who purchase 50,000 Units or more to pay a Transactional Sales Charge
    that is less than the Deferred Sales Charge, the Sponsor provides such in-
    vestors with additional Units to lower the effective sales charge.

As described in "Public Offering Price" in Part B of the Prospectus, certain
classes of investors are also entitled to reduced sales charges. See "Public
Offering Price" in Part B of the Prospectus for secondary market sales
charges.

Example

This example may help you compare the cost of investing in the Portfolio to
the cost of investing in other funds.

The example assumes that you invest $10,000 in the Portfolio for the periods
indicated and then either redeem or do not redeem your Units at the end of
those periods. The example also as-

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sumes a 5% return on your investment each year and that the Portfolio's oper-
ating expenses stay the same. The example does not include brokerage costs and
other transactional fees. Although your actual costs may be higher or lower,
based on these assumptions your costs would be:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                                             Life of
   1 Year                           3 Years                                                  Portfolio
   -------                          -------                                                 ----------
   <S>                              <C>                                                     <C>
   $528.42                          $651.16                                                  $784.93
</TABLE>

See "Trust Operating Expenses" in Part B of the Prospectus for additional in-
formation regarding expenses.

Dealer Concessions

The Sponsor plans to allow a concession of 3.60% of the Public Offering Price
for primary market non-breakpoint purchases of Units to dealer firms in con-
nection with the sale of Units in a given transaction.

The concession paid to dealers is reduced or eliminated in connection with
Units sold in transactions to investors that receive reduced sales charges
based on the number of Units sold or in connection with Units sold in Rollover
Purchases, to Wrap Account Purchasers and to other investors entitled to the
sales charge reduction applicable for Wrap Account Purchasers, as follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                          %
                                                                      Concession
Number of Units*                                                       per Unit
----------------                                                      ----------
<S>                                                                   <C>
Less than 5,000......................................................   3.60%
5,000 to 9,999.......................................................   3.35%
10,000 to 24,999.....................................................   3.10%
25,000 to 49,999.....................................................   2.60%
50,000 to 99,999.....................................................   1.60%
100,000 or more......................................................   1.00%
Rollover Purchases ..................................................   2.60%
Wrap Account Purchasers..............................................   0.00%
</TABLE>

*Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on the basis
of the number of Units purchased, using the equivalent of 5,000 Units to
$50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc., and will be applied on that basis
which is more favorable to you and may result in a reduction in the concession
per Unit.

See "Distributions of Units to the Public" in Part B of the Prospectus for ad-
ditional information on dealer concessions, volume incentives and secondary
market concessions.

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Schedule of Investments
(at the Initial Date of Deposit, January 17, 2001)

                Nuveen Legacy Long-Term Portfolio, January 2001

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                              Percentage
                                                                  of
                                                              Aggregate                  Cost of    Current
Number of                                              Ticker  Offering  Market Value Securities to Dividend
 Shares          Name of Issuer of Securities(1)       Symbol   Price     per Share   Portfolio(2)  Yield(3)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<S>        <C>                                         <C>    <C>        <C>          <C>           <C>
           Aerospace/Defense                                     10.03%
     82    The Boeing Company                          BA         3.33    $ 61.0000     $  5,002     1.11%
     73    General Dynamics Corporation                GD         3.34      68.6250        5,010     1.52%
     71    United Technologies Corporation             UTX        3.36      70.9375        5,037     1.27%
           Beverages--Non-alcoholic                               3.33
    109    Pepsico, Inc.                               PEP        3.33      45.9375        5,007     1.22%
           Chemicals--Specialty                                   3.33
    134    Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.            APD        3.33      37.2500        4,992     2.04%
           Computers--Memory Devices                              3.35
     72    EMC Corporation                             EMC        3.35      69.8750        5,031      N/A
           Cosmetics & Toiletries                                 6.67
     86    Colgate-Palmolive Company                   CL         3.32      57.9000        4,979     1.09%
     70    The Procter & Gamble Company                PG         3.35      71.9375        5,036     1.95%
           Diversified Financial Services                         3.32
     91    Citigroup, Inc.                             C          3.32      54.6875        4,977     1.02%
           Diversified Manufacturing Operations                   6.67
     79    Danaher Corporation                         DHR        3.34      63.5625        5,021     0.13%
     44    Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company    MMM        3.33     113.5000        4,994     2.04%
           Electronic Components--Semiconductors                  3.34
    105    Texas Instruments Incorporated              TXN        3.34      47.6875        5,007     0.18%
           Electronic Forms                                       3.32
     98    Adobe Systems Incorporated                  ADBE       3.32      50.8750        4,986     0.10%
           Enterprise Software/Services                           3.33
    157    Oracle Corporation                          ORCL       3.33      31.8125        4,995      N/A
           Finance--Investment Banker/Broker                      3.34
     68    Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc                    MER        3.34      73.6250        5,007     0.87%
           Instruments--Scientific                                3.32
     72    Waters Corporation                          WAT        3.32      69.1875        4,982      N/A
           Life/Health Insurance                                  3.38
     44    Cigna Corporation                           CI         3.38     115.2500        5,071     1.08%
           Medical Products                                       3.33
     53    Johnson & Johnson                           JNJ        3.33      94.1875        4,992     1.36%
           Medical--Drugs                                        10.02
     60    Allergan Inc.                               AGN        3.34      83.5625        5,014     0.38%
     74    Bristol-Myers Squibb Company                BMY        3.35      67.9375        5,027     1.62%
     60    Merck & Co., Inc.                           MRK        3.33      83.3125        4,999     1.63%
           Medical--Hospitals                                     3.34
    117    Tenet Healthcare Corporation                THC        3.34      42.8125        5,009      N/A
           Multi-line Insurance                                   3.32
    161    MetLife, Inc.                               MET        3.32      30.9375        4,981     0.65%
           Pipelines                                              3.33
     78    El Paso Energy Corporation                  EPG        3.33      64.1250        5,002     1.28%
           Retail--Building Products                              3.32
    102    The Home Depot, Inc.                        HD         3.32      48.8750        4,985     0.33%
           Retail--Discount                                       3.32
     91    Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.                       WMT        3.32      54.6875        4,977     0.44%
           Retail--Drug Store                                     3.31
     90    CVS Corporation                             CVS        3.31      55.2500        4,973     0.42%
           Telecommunication Equipment                            6.67
     83    Corning Incorporated                        GLW        3.31      59.9375        4,975     0.40%
     71    QUALCOMM Incorporated                       QCOM       3.36      70.9375        5,037      N/A
           Wireless Equipment                                     3.31
    234    Motorola, Inc.                              MOT        3.31      21.2500        4,973     0.75%
  -----                                                         ------                  --------
  2,729                                                         100.00%                 $150,078
  =====                                                         ======                  ========
</TABLE>
---------
See "Notes to Portfolios."
Advertising and sales literature may include brief descriptions of the princi-
pal businesses of the companies included in the Portfolio.
Please note that if this Prospectus is used as a preliminary prospectus for fu-
ture Nuveen Defined Portfolios, the portfolio will contain different stocks
from those described above.

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How to Buy and Sell Units

Investing in the Portfolios

The minimum investment in the primary and secondary market is normally $1,000
or 100 Units, whichever is less. However, for IRA purchases the minimum in-
vestment is $500 or the nearest whole number of Units whose value is less than
$500.

You can buy Units from any participating dealer.

As of January 17, 2001, the Initial Date of Deposit, the per Unit Public Of-
fering Price for each Portfolio is $10.00. As described above, Units are sub-
ject to an Upfront Sales Charge that is equal to the difference between the
total maximum Transactional Sales Charge (which does not include the C&D Fee)
of 4.50% of the Public Offering Price for the Long-Term Portfolios (2.95% of
the Public Offering Price for the Short-Term Portfolios) and the remaining de-
ferred sales charges. If a Portfolio has any remaining deferred sales charges,
you will also pay those charges. Deferred sales charges are deducted monthly
in installments of $0.039 per Unit for the Short-Term Portfolios and $0.07 per
Unit for the Long-Term Portfolios from August 31, 2001, to December 31, 2001.
The Public Offering Price includes the sales charge and the estimated organi-
zation cost of $0.0225 per Unit. The Public Offering Price changes every day
with changes in the price of the securities. As of the close of business on
January 17, 2001, the number of Units of each Portfolio may be adjusted so
that the per Unit Public Offering Price will equal $10.00.

If you are buying Units in the primary market with assets received from the
redemption or termination of another Nuveen Defined Portfolio, you will pay a
reduced Transactional Sales Charge that is 1 percentage point less than the
applicable maximum Transactional Sales Charge for the Portfolios. You may also
buy Units with that sales charge if you are purchasing Units in the primary
market with the termination proceeds from a non-Nuveen unit trust with a simi-
lar investment strategy. Such purchases entitled to this sales charge reduc-
tion may be classified as "Rollover Purchases."

Wrap Account Purchasers and certain other investors described in Part B of the
Prospectus may buy Units with a Transactional Sales Charge equal to the por-
tion of the Transactional Sales Charge retained by the Sponsor for non-break-
point purchases (approximately 0.90% of the Public Offering Price for the
Long-Term Portfolios and 0.45% of the Public Offering Price for the Short-Term
Portfolios). Wrap account arrangements generally involve additional fees
charged by your broker, financial advisor or financial planner.

The discount for Wrap Account Purchasers is available whether or not you pur-
chase Units with the Wrap CUSIP option. However, if you purchase Units with
the Wrap CUSIP option you should be aware that all distributions (other than
the liquidation distribution) from such Units will be invested in additional
Units of the Portfolio.

Each Portfolio's securities are valued by the Evaluator, The Bank of New York,
generally on the basis of their closing sales prices on the applicable securi-
ties exchange or The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc., every business day.

The Sponsor intends to periodically create additional Units of the Portfolios.
See "Nuveen Defined Portfolios" and "Composition of Trusts" in Part B of the
Prospectus for more details.

See "Public Offering Price" and "Market for Units" in Part B for additional
information on investing in the Portfolios.

Sales or Redemptions

Units may be redeemed by the Trustee, The Bank of New York, on any business
day at their current market value. Unitholders of the Portfolios who purchase
at least 1,000 Units or whose Units are worth $10,000, as determined by the
Trustee, may elect to be distributed the underlying stock, rather than cash,
if the election is made at least five business days prior to a Portfolio's
termination. In-kind distributions are not available for foreign securities
not traded on a U.S. securities exchange.

Although not obligated to do so, the Sponsor may maintain a market for Units
and offer to repurchase the Units at prices based on their current market val-
ue. If a secondary market is not maintained, a Unitholder may still redeem
Units through the Trustee.

During the period ending with the earlier of six months after the Initial Date
of Deposit or the

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end of the initial offering period, the price at which the Trustee will redeem
Units and the price at which the Sponsor may repurchase Units include esti-
mated organization costs. After such period, the amount paid will not include
such estimated organization costs.

Any applicable deferred sales charges remaining on Units at the time of their
sale or redemption will be collected at that time.

See "Redemption" and "Market for Units" in Part B of the Prospectus for de-
tails.

Risk Factors

You can lose money by investing in a Portfolio. Recently, equity markets have
experienced significant volatility. Your investment is at risk primarily be-
cause of:

 . Market risk

  Market risk is the risk that a particular stock in a Portfolio, the Portfo-
  lio itself or stocks in general may fall in value. Market value may be af-
  fected by a variety of factors including:

  --General stock market movements;

  --Changes in the financial condition of an issuer or an industry;

  --Changes in perceptions about an issuer or an industry;

  --Interest rates and inflation;

  --Governmental policies and litigation; and

  --Purchases and sales of securities by the Portfolio.

 . Inflation risk

  Inflation risk is the risk that the value of assets or income from invest-
  ments will be less in the future as inflation decreases the value of money.

 . Small and start-up company risk

  Some of the stocks selected for the Portfolios may be issued by small capi-
  talization companies or start-up companies that have recently begun opera-
  tions. These stocks customarily involve more investment risk than larger
  capitalization or more seasoned stocks. These additional risks are due in
  part to the following factors. Small cap and start-up companies may:

  --Have limited product lines, markets or financial resources;

  --Have less publicly available information;

  --Lack management depth or experience;

  --Be less liquid;

  --Be more vulnerable to adverse general market or economic developments; and

  --Be dependent upon products that were recently brought to market or key
   personnel.

 . Concentration risk

  When stocks in a particular industry make up 25% or more of a Portfolio, it
  is said to be "concentrated" in that industry, which makes a Portfolio less
  diversified and subject to more market risk. The Sector Portfolios are con-
  centrated in the securities of their respective industries and the Legacy
  Portfolios are concentrated in various sectors in the technology industry.
  Please be aware that the industry predictions contained in the Prospectus
  for the Portfolios may not materialize, and that the companies selected for
  a Portfolio do not represent its entire industry and such Portfolio may not
  participate in the expected overall industry growth.

Telecommunications, Networking and Storage, and Technology Industries--Here is
what you should know about a concentration in stocks of these industries:

  --Companies involved in these industries must contend with:

   rapid changes in technology;

   intense competition;

   rapid obsolescence of products and services;

   cyclical market patterns;

   evolving industry standards;

   dependence on key suppliers and supplies;

   termination of patent protections;

   high research and development costs;

   government regulation; and

   frequent new product introductions.

  --An unexpected change in one or more of the technologies affecting an is-
   suer's products or in the market for products based on a particular tech-
   nology could have an adverse effect on an issuer's operating results.

  --Operating results and customer relationships could be adversely affected
   by:

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   an increase in price for, or an interruption or reduction in supply of, any
   key components or the loss of key customers; and

   the failure of the issuer to comply with rigorous industry standards.

Alternative Power and Fuel Cell Industries--Here is what you should know about
a concentration in stocks of these industries:

  --Companies involved in these industries must contend with:

   the high cost of research and development;

   the lack of a proven market;

   technological limitations and storage issues;

   rapid changes in technology;

   intense competition from other alternative power sources and traditional
   power
   sources;

   evolving industry standards;

   government regulation;

   energy conservation; and

   environmental concerns.

  --Operating results and customer relationships could be adversely affected
   by:

   an increase in price for, or an interruption or reduction in supply of, any
   key components or the loss of key customers; and

   the failure of the issuer to comply with rigorous industry standards.

Additionally, companies in each of the Portfolios may have:

  --Exceptionally high price-to-earnings ratios with little or no earnings
   histories; and

  --Experienced extreme price and volume fluctuations that often have been un-
   related to their operating performance.

 . Foreign risks

  Certain of the securities included in the Portfolios may be stocks and/or
  American Depositary Receipts ("ADRs") of foreign companies. ADRs are denomi-
  nated in U.S. dollars and are typically issued by a U.S. bank or trust com-
  pany. An ADR evidences ownership of an underlying foreign security. The
  Trustee acts as the depositary for a number of ADRs. The presence of either
  ADRs or other foreign securities in a Portfolio is indicated in the Schedule
  of Investments for that Portfolio.

  Foreign securities present risks beyond securities of U.S. issuers. Foreign
  securities may be affected by:

  --Adverse political, diplomatic and economic developments;

  --Political or economic instability;

  --Higher brokerage costs;

  --Currency risk;

  --Less liquidity;

  --More volatile prices;

  --Reduced government regulation;

  --Different accounting standards;

  --Foreign taxation; and

  --Less publicly available information.

Distributions

Income Distributions

Cash dividends received by a Portfolio, net of expenses, will be paid on the
last business day of each June and December ("Income Distribution Dates"), be-
ginning June 29, 2001, to Unitholders of record each June 15 and December 15
("Income Record Dates"), respectively.

Capital Distributions

Distributions of funds in the Capital Account, net of expenses, will be made
when a Portfolio terminates. In certain circumstances, additional distribu-
tions may be made.

See "Distributions To Unitholders" in Part B of the Prospectus for more de-
tails.

General Information

Termination

Commencing on July 8, 2002, and July 5, 2006, for the Short-Term Portfolios
and the Long-Term Portfolios, respectively, the Mandatory Termination Dates,
the securities in the applicable Portfolio will begin to be sold as prescribed
by the Sponsor. The Trustee will provide written notice of the termination to
Unitholders which will specify when Units may be surrendered.

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Unitholders will receive a cash distribution within a reasonable time after a
Portfolio terminates. Unitholders who purchase at least 1,000 Units or whose
Units are worth $10,000 may elect to be distributed the underlying stock if
the election is made at least five business days prior to a Portfolio's termi-
nation. However, in-kind distributions are not available for foreign securi-
ties not traded on a U.S. securities exchange. See "Distributions to
Unitholders" and "Other Information--Termination of Indenture" in Part B of
the Prospectus for more details.

The Sponsor

Since our founding in 1898, Nuveen Investments has been synonymous with in-
vestments that withstand the test of time. Today, we offer a range of equity
and fixed-income unit trusts designed to suit the unique circumstances and fi-
nancial planning needs of our investors. Nuveen, a leader in tax-efficient in-
vesting, believes that a carefully selected portfolio can play an important
role in building and sustaining the wealth of a lifetime. Nuveen began offer-
ing defined portfolios in 1961 and more than 1.5 million investors have
trusted Nuveen to help them maintain the lifestyle they currently enjoy.

The Prospectus describes in detail the investment objectives, policies and
risks of the Portfolios. We invite you to discuss the contents with your fi-
nancial advisor, or you may call us at 800-742-8860 for additional informa-
tion. Nuveen personnel may from time to time maintain a position in certain
stocks held by the Portfolios.

Optional Features

Letter of Intent (LOI)

Investors may use a Letter of Intent to get reduced sales charges on purchases
made over a 13-month period (and to take advantage of dollar cost averaging).
Unitholders will not be permitted to apply future rollover purchases to sat-
isfy the LOI amount. The minimum LOI investment is $50,000. See "Public Offer-
ing Price" in Part B of the Prospectus for details.

Reinvestment

Distributions from a Portfolio can be invested with no sales charge into
Nuveen mutual or money market funds. Also, income and certain capital distri-
butions from a Portfolio can be reinvested into additional Units of the Port-
folio without a sales charge. See "Distributions to Unitholders" and "Accumu-
lation Plan" in Part B of the Prospectus for details.

Nuveen Mutual Funds

Portfolio purchases may be applied toward breakpoint pricing discounts for
Nuveen Mutual Funds. For more information about Nuveen investment products,
obtain a prospectus from your financial advisor.

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Notes to Portfolios

---------
(1) All Securities are represented by contracts to purchase such Securities
    for the performance of which an irrevocable letter of credit has been de-
    posited with the Trustee. The contracts to purchase the Securities were
    entered into by the Sponsor on January 16, 2001.

(2) The cost of the Securities to the Portfolio represents the aggregate un-
    derlying value with respect to the Securities acquired (generally deter-
    mined by the Evaluator based on the closing sale prices of the listed Se-
    curities on the business day preceding the Initial Date of Deposit). The
    valuation of the securities has been determined by the Trustee. As of the
    Initial Date of Deposit, other information regarding the Securities is as
    follows:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                Estimated   Estimated Net
                                                              Annual Income Annual Income
                             Value of     Cost to     Gain    Distributions Distributions
                            Securities    Sponsor    (loss)   Per Portfolio    Per Unit
                            ----------- ----------- --------  ------------- --------------
   <S>                      <C>         <C>         <C>       <C>           <C>
   Fuel Cell Short-Term
    Portfolio.............. $119,632.00 $119,577.00 $  55.00    $2,477.81   $      0.14980
   Legacy Short-Term
    Portfolio.............. $150,078.00 $150,157.00 $ (79.00)   $1,244.64   $      0.02186
   Networking & Storage
    Short-Term Portfolio... $119,953.00 $120,032.00 $ (79.00)   $  166.03   Not Applicable
   Telecommunications
    Paradigm Short-Term
    Portfolio.............. $124,929.00 $125,033.00 $(104.00)   $  131.01   Not Applicable
   Fuel Cell Long-Term
    Portfolio.............. $119,632.00 $119,577.00 $  55.00    $2,477.81   $      0.14980
   Legacy Long-Term
    Portfolio.............. $150,078.00 $150,157.00 $ (79.00)   $1,244.64   $      0.02186
   Networking & Storage
    Long-Term Portfolio.... $119,953.00 $120,032.00 $ (79.00)   $  166.03   Not Applicable
   Telecommunications
    Paradigm Long-Term
    Portfolio.............. $124,929.00 $125,033.00 $(104.00)   $  131.01   Not Applicable
</TABLE>

  Estimated Annual Income Distributions are based on the most recent ordinary
  dividend paid on that Security. Estimated Net Annual Income Distributions
  per Unit are based on the number of Units and the aggregate value of the
  Securities per Unit as of the Initial Date of Deposit. Investors should note
  that the actual amount of income distributed per Unit by the Portfolio will
  vary from the estimated amount due to a variety of factors including,
  changes in the items described in the preceding sentence, expenses and
  actual dividends declared and paid by the issuers of the Securities.

(3) Current Dividend Yield for each Security was calculated by annualizing the
    last quarterly or semi-annual ordinary dividend declared on that Security
    and dividing the result by that Security's closing sale price on the busi-
    ness day prior to the Initial Date of Deposit.

(4) This Security is a foreign security not listed on a U.S. exchange.

(5) This Security represents the common stock of a foreign company which
    trades directly on a United States national securities exchange.

(6) This Security is an American Depositary Receipt of a foreign company that
    is denominated in U.S. dollars and traded on a U.S. exchange.

Please note that if this Prospectus is used as a preliminary prospectus for
future Nuveen Defined Portfolios, the portfolios will contain different stocks
from those described in this Prospectus.

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Statements of Condition
(at the Initial Date of Deposit, January 17, 2001)

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                         Networking Telecommunications
                              Fuel Cell  & Storage       Paradigm
                              Short-Term Short-Term     Short-Term       Legacy
                                Sector     Sector         Sector       Short-Term
                              Portfolio  Portfolio      Portfolio       Portfolio
Trust Property                ---------- ---------- ------------------ -----------
<S>                           <C>        <C>        <C>                <C>
Investment in securities
 represented by purchase
 contracts(1)(2)............   $119,632   $119,953       $124,929       $150,078
                               ========   ========       ========       ========
<CAPTION>
Liabilities and Interest of
Unitholders
Liabilities:
<S>                           <C>        <C>        <C>                <C>
  Deferred sales charge(3)..   $  2,356   $  2,363       $  2,461       $  2,956
  Reimbursement of Sponsor
   for organization
   costs(4).................   $    272   $    273       $    284       $    341
                               --------   --------       --------       --------
     Total..................   $  2,628   $  2,636       $  2,745       $  3,297
                               ========   ========       ========       ========
<CAPTION>
Interest of Unitholders:
<S>                           <C>        <C>        <C>                <C>
  Units of fractional
   undivided interest
   outstanding..............     12,084     12,116         12,619         15,159
                               --------   --------       --------       --------
  Cost to investors(5)......   $120,805   $121,129       $126,153       $151,549
   Less: Gross underwriting
    commission(6)...........   $  3,529   $  3,539       $  3,685       $  4,427
   Less: Organization
    costs(4)................   $    272   $    273       $    284       $    341
                               --------   --------       --------       --------
  Net amount applicable to
   investors................   $117,004   $117,317       $122,184       $146,781
                               --------   --------       --------       --------
     Total..................   $119,632   $119,953       $124,929       $150,078
                               ========   ========       ========       ========
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(1) Aggregate cost of securities listed under "Schedule of Investments" is
    based on their aggregate underlying value.

(2) An irrevocable letter of credit has been deposited with the Trustee as
    collateral, which is sufficient to cover the monies necessary for the pur-
    chase of the securities pursuant to contracts for the purchase of such se-
    curities.

(3) Represents the amount of mandatory distributions from the Portfolio
    ($0.195 per Unit), payable to the Sponsor in five equal monthly install-
    ments of $0.039 per Unit beginning on August 31, 2001, and on the last
    business day thereafter through December 31, 2001.

(4) A portion of the Public Offering Price consists of an amount sufficient to
    reimburse the Sponsor for all or a portion of the costs of establishing a
    Portfolio. These costs have been estimated at $0.0225 per Unit for each
    Portfolio. A payment will be made as of the earlier of six months after
    the Initial Date of Deposit or the end of the initial offering period to
    an account maintained by the Trustee from which the obligations of the in-
    vestors to the Sponsor will be satisfied. To the extent that actual organ-
    ization costs are greater than the estimated amount, only the estimated
    organization costs added to the Public Offering Price will be reimbursed
    to the Sponsor and deducted from the assets of a Portfolio.

(5) Aggregate Public Offering Price computed as set forth under "PUBLIC OFFER-
    ING PRICE" in Part B of this Prospectus.

(6) The gross underwriting commission of 2.95% per Unit includes both an
    Upfront and a Deferred Sales Charge and has been calculated on the assump-
    tion that the Units sold are not subject to a reduction of sales charges
    for quantity purchases. In single transactions involving 5,000 Units or
    more, the sales charge is reduced. (See "PUBLIC OFFERING PRICE" in Part B
    of this Prospectus.)


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Statements of Condition (continued)
(at the Initial Date of Deposit, January 17, 2001)

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                        Networking
                              Fuel Cell & Storage  Telecommunications
                              Long-Term Long-Term  Paradigm Long-Term  Legacy
                               Sector     Sector         Sector       Long-Term
                              Portfolio Portfolio      Portfolio      Portfolio
Trust Property                --------- ---------- ------------------ ---------
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Investment in securities
 represented by purchase
 contracts(1)(2)............  $119,632   $119,953       $124,929      $150,078
                              ========   ========       ========      ========
Liabilities and Interest of
 Unitholders
Liabilities:
  Deferred sales charge(3)..  $  4,229   $  4,241       $  4,417      $  5,306
  Reimbursement of Sponsor
   for organization
   costs(4).................  $    272   $    273       $    284      $    341
                              --------   --------       --------      --------
     Total..................  $  4,501   $  4,514       $  4,701      $  5,647
                              ========   ========       ========      ========
Interest of Unitholders:
  Units of fractional undi-
   vided interest
   outstanding..............    12,084     12,116         12,619        15,159
                              --------   --------       --------      --------
  Cost to investors(5)......  $120,786   $121,110       $126,134      $151,526
   Less: Gross underwriting
    commission(6)...........  $  5,383   $  5,398       $  5,622      $  6,754
   Less: Organization
    costs(4)................  $    272   $    273       $    284      $    341
                              --------   --------       --------      --------
  Net amount applicable to
   investors................  $115,131   $115,439       $120,228      $144,431
                              --------   --------       --------      --------
     Total..................  $119,632   $119,953       $124,929      $150,078
                              ========   ========       ========      ========
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(1) Aggregate cost of securities listed under "Schedule of Investments" is
    based on their aggregate underlying value.

(2) An irrevocable letter of credit has been deposited with the Trustee as
    collateral, which is sufficient to cover the monies necessary for the pur-
    chase of the securities pursuant to contracts for the purchase of such se-
    curities.

(3) Represents the amount of mandatory distributions from the Portfolio ($0.35
    per Unit) payable to the Sponsor in five equal monthly installments of
    $0.07 per Unit beginning on August 31, 2001 and on the last business day
    thereafter through December 31, 2001.

(4) A portion of the Public Offering Price consists of an amount sufficient to
    reimburse the Sponsor for all or a portion of the costs of establishing a
    Portfolio. These costs have been estimated at $0.0225 per Unit for each
    Portfolio. A payment will be made as of the earlier of six months after
    the Initial Date of Deposit or the end of the initial offering period to
    an account maintained by the Trustee from which the obligations of the in-
    vestors to the Sponsor will be satisfied. To the extent that actual organ-
    ization costs are greater than the estimated amount, only the estimated
    organization costs added to the Public Offering Price will be reimbursed
    to the Sponsor and deducted from the assets of a Portfolio.

(5) Aggregate Public Offering Price computed as set forth under "PUBLIC OFFER-
    ING PRICE" in Part B of this Prospectus.

(6) The gross underwriting commission of 4.50% per Unit includes both an
    Upfront and a Deferred Sales Charge and has been calculated on the assump-
    tion that the Units sold are not subject to a reduction of sales charges
    for quantity purchases. In single transactions involving 5,000 Units or
    more, the sales charge is reduced. (See "PUBLIC OFFERING PRICE" in Part B
    of this Prospectus.)

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Report of Independent Public Accountants

To the Board of Directors of Nuveen Investments and Unitholders of Nuveen Unit
Trusts, Series 114:

We have audited the accompanying statements of condition and the schedules of
investments at date of deposit (included in Part A of this Prospectus) of
Nuveen Unit Trusts, Series 114 as of January 17, 2001. These financial state-
ments are the responsibility of the Sponsor. Our responsibility is to express
an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit.

We conducted our audit in accordance with auditing standards generally ac-
cepted in the United States. Those standards require that we plan and perform
the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial state-
ments are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a
test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial
statements. Our procedures included confirmation of the irrevocable letter of
credit arrangement for the purchase of securities, described in Note (2) to
the statements of condition, by correspondence with the Trustee. An audit also
includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates
made by the Sponsor, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement
presentation. We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our
opinion.

In our opinion, the statements of condition and the schedules of investments
at date of deposit referred to above present fairly, in all material respects,
the financial position of Nuveen Unit Trusts, Series 114, as of January 17,
2001, in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the
United States.

                                                ARTHUR ANDERSEN LLP

Chicago, Illinois
January 17, 2001.

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                         NUVEEN UNIT TRUSTS, SERIES 114
                              PROSPECTUS -- PART A

                                January 17, 2001

                              Sponsor       Nuveen Investments
                                            333 West Wacker Drive
                                            Chicago, IL 60606-1286
                                            Telephone: 312-917-7700


                              Trustee       The Bank of New York
                                            101 Barclay Street
                                            New York, NY 10286
                                            Telephone: 800-742-8860

  This Prospectus does not contain complete information about the Portfolios
filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, DC under the:

  Securities Act of 1933 (file no. 333-53628)

  Investment Company Act of 1940 (file no. 811-08103)

  More information about the Portfolios, including the code of ethics adopted
by the Sponsor and the Nuveen Unit Trusts, can be found in the Commission's
Public Reference Room. Information about the operation of the Public Reference
Room may be obtained by calling the Commission at 1-202-942-8090. Portfolio in-
formation is also available on the EDGAR Database on the Commission's website
at http://www.sec.gov, or may be obtained at prescribed rates by sending an
e-mail request to [email protected] or by writing to the Commission's Public
Reference Section at 450 Fifth Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20549-0102.

  No person is authorized to give any information or representation about a
Portfolio not contained in Parts A or B of this Prospectus or the Information
Supplement, and you should not rely on any other information.

  When Units of a Portfolio are no longer available or for investors who will
reinvest into subsequent series of a Portfolio, this Prospectus may be used as
a preliminary Prospectus for a future series. If this is the case, investors
should note the following:

    1. Information in this Prospectus is not complete and may be changed;

    2. We may not sell these securities until the registration statement
  filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission is effective; and

    3. This Prospectus is not an offer to sell the securities of a future
  series and is not soliciting an offer to buy such securities in any state
  where the offer or sale is not permitted.

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Nuveen Equity Portfolio Prospectus
         Prospectus Part B dated January 17, 2001

  The Prospectus for a Nuveen Defined Portfolio (a "Trust") is divided into two
parts. Part A of the Prospectus relates exclusively to a particular Trust or
Trusts and provides specific information regarding each Trust's portfolio,
strategies, investment objectives, expenses, financial highlights, income and
capital distributions, hypothetical performance information, risk factors and
optional features. Part B of the Prospectus provides more general information
regarding the Nuveen Defined Portfolios. You should read both Parts of the Pro-
spectus and retain them for future reference. Except as provided in Part A of
the Prospectus, the information contained in this Part B will apply to each
Trust.

  Additional information about the Trusts is provided in the Information Sup-
plement. You can receive an Information Supplement by calling The Bank of New
York (the "Trustee") at (800) 742-8860.

Nuveen Defined Portfolios

Each Nuveen Defined Portfolio consists of a portfolio of Securities of compa-
nies described in the applicable Part A of the Prospectus (see "Schedule of In-
vestments" in Part A of the Prospectus for a list of the Securities included in
a Trust).

Minimum Investment--$1,000 or 100 Units ($500 or nearest whole number of Units
whose value is less than $500 for IRA purchases), whichever is less.

Redeemable Units. Units of a Trust are redeemable at the offices of the Trustee
at prices based upon the aggregate underlying value of the Securities (gener-
ally determined by the closing sale prices of listed Securities and the bid
prices of over-the-counter traded Securities). During the period ending with
the earlier of six months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the end of the
initial offering period, the Redemption Price per Unit includes estimated or-
ganization costs per Unit. After such period, the Redemption Price will not in-
clude such estimated organization costs. See "Risk/Return Summary--Fees and Ex-
penses" in Part A of the Prospectus for the organization costs and see "REDEMP-
TION" herein for a more detailed discussion of redeeming your Units.

Dividend and Capital Distributions. Cash dividends received by a Trust will be
paid on those dates set forth under "Distributions" in Part A of the Prospec-
tus. Distributions of funds in the Capital Account, if any, will be made as
part of the final liquidation distribution, if applicable, and in certain cir-
cumstances, earlier. See "DISTRIBUTIONS TO UNITHOLDERS."

Public Offering Price. Public Offering Price of a Trust during the Initial Of-
fering Period is based upon the aggregate underlying value of the Securities in
the Trust's portfolio (generally determined by the closing sale prices of the
listed Securities and the ask prices of over-the-counter traded Securities)
plus or minus cash, if any, in the Income and Capital Accounts of the Trust,
plus a sales charge as set forth in Part A of the Prospectus and is rounded to
the nearest cent. The Public Offering Price during the period ending with the
earlier of six months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the end of the ini-
tial offering period also includes organization costs incurred in establishing
a Trust. These costs will be deducted from the assets of the Trust as of the
close of such period. See "Risk/Return Summary--Fees and Expenses" in Part A of
the Prospectus. For Units purchased in the secondary market, the Public Offer-
ing Price is based upon the aggregate underlying value of the Securities in the
Trust (generally determined by the closing sale prices of the listed Securities
and the bid prices of over-the-counter traded Securities) plus the applicable
sales charges. A pro rata share of accumulated dividends, if any, in the Income
Account from the preceding Record Date to, but not including, the settlement
date (normally three business days after purchase) is added to the Public Of-
fering Price. (See "PUBLIC OFFERING PRICE.")

  The Securities and Exchange Commission has not approved or disapproved these
securities or passed upon the adequacy of this prospectus. Any representation
to the contrary is a criminal offense.
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                               TABLE OF CONTENTS

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NUVEEN DEFINED PORTFOLIOS..................................................   3
COMPOSITION OF TRUSTS......................................................   4
PUBLIC OFFERING PRICE......................................................   5
MARKET FOR UNITS...........................................................   9
EVALUATION OF SECURITIES AT THE INITIAL DATE OF DEPOSIT....................  10
TAX STATUS.................................................................  10
RETIREMENT PLANS...........................................................  14
TRUST OPERATING EXPENSES...................................................  14
DISTRIBUTIONS TO UNITHOLDERS...............................................  16
ACCUMULATION PLAN..........................................................  17
REPORTS TO UNITHOLDERS.....................................................  17
UNIT VALUE AND EVALUATION..................................................  17
DISTRIBUTIONS OF UNITS TO THE PUBLIC.......................................  18
OWNERSHIP AND TRANSFER OF UNITS............................................  20
REDEMPTION.................................................................  20
SPECIAL REDEMPTION, LIQUIDATION AND INVESTMENT IN A NEW TRUST..............  22
PURCHASE OF UNITS BY THE SPONSOR...........................................  23
REMOVAL OF SECURITIES FROM THE TRUSTS......................................  23
INFORMATION ABOUT THE TRUSTEE..............................................  24
LIMITATIONS ON LIABILITIES OF SPONSOR AND TRUSTEE..........................  24
SUCCESSOR TRUSTEES AND SPONSORS............................................  24
INFORMATION ABOUT THE SPONSOR..............................................  25
INFORMATION ABOUT THE EVALUATOR............................................  25
FORTUNE LICENSE AGREEMENT..................................................  26
STANDARD & POOR'S LICENSING AGREEMENT......................................  26
DOW JONES & COMPANY, INC. LICENSING AGREEMENT..............................  27
NASDAQ-100(R) INDEX LICENSING AGREEMENT....................................  27
OTHER INFORMATION..........................................................  28
LEGAL OPINION..............................................................  29
AUDITORS...................................................................  29
CODE OF ETHICS.............................................................  29
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION...................................................  29
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Nuveen Defined Portfolios

  This Nuveen Defined Portfolio is one of a series of separate but similar
investment companies created by Nuveen Investments, each of which is
designated by a different Series number. The Nuveen Defined Portfolios consist
of, among others, Strategy Trusts and Sector Trusts. Strategy Trusts include,
but are not limited to, Nuveen-Standard & Poor's Quality Buyback Portfolios,
Nuveen Dow 5SM and Dow 10SM Portfolios, Nuveen Legacy Portfolios, Nuveen
Rittenhouse Concentrated Growth Portfolios, Nuveen-FORTUNE's America's Most
Admired Companies Portfolios, Arvest Regional ImpactTM Portfolios, Harris
Insight(R) Multi-Sector Portfolios, Dorsey, Wright Relative Strength 5
Portfolios, Peroni Top Ten Picks Portfolios, Peroni Growth Portfolios, GEMS 30
Portfolios, The Legg Mason EASY Portfolio, The Legg Mason Prime Opportunity
Portfolio, U.S. Bancorp Piper Jaffray Financial Scope Portfolios and U.S.
Bancorp Piper Jaffray Medical Solutions Portfolios. Sector Trusts include, but
are not limited to, Nuveen Energy Sector Portfolios, Nuveen Financial Services
Sector Portfolios, Nuveen Pharmaceutical Sector Portfolios, Nuveen Precious
Metals Sector Portfolios, Nuveen Technology Sector Portfolios, Nuveen
Communications Sector Portfolios, Nuveen Bandwidth Sector Portfolios, Nuveen
Consumer Electronics Sector Portfolios, Nuveen Digital Sector Portfolios,
Nuveen e-Commerce Sector Portfolios, Nuveen e-Finance Sector Portfolios,
Nuveen Internet Sector Portfolios, Nuveen Retail Sector Portfolios, Nuveen
Semiconductor Sector Portfolios, Nuveen Utility Sector Portfolios, Nuveen
Wireless Sector Portfolios, Nuveen e-Business Sector Portfolios, Nuveen Glass-
Steagall Sector Portfolios, Nuveen i-Media & Advertising Sector Portfolios,
Nuveen Networking & Storage Sector Portfolios, Nuveen Software Weblications
Sector Portfolios, Nuveen Pharmaceutical Sector Portfolios, Nuveen Fuel Cell
Sector Portfolios, Mobile Web Sector Portfolios, REIT Sector Portfolios,
Telecommunications Paradigm Sector Portfolios, Aerospace & Defense Sector
Portfolios and Leisure & Entertainment Sector Portfolios. Additional Series of
the Nuveen Defined Portfolios are the Nuveen Nasdaq-100 Growth and Treasury
Portfolios.

  The underlying unit investment trusts contained in this Series are combined
under one Trust Indenture and Agreement. Specific information regarding each
Trust is set forth in Part A of this Prospectus. The various Nuveen Defined
Portfolios are collectively referred to herein as the "Trusts."  This Series
was created under the laws of the State of New York pursuant to a Trust
Indenture and Agreement dated the Initial Date of Deposit (the "Indenture")
between Nuveen Investments ("Nuveen" or the "Sponsor") and the Trustee.

  The Sponsor has deposited with the Trustee delivery statements relating to
contracts for the purchase of the securities of the companies described in the
applicable Part A of the Prospectus, together with funds represented by an
irrevocable letter of credit issued by a major commercial bank in the amount
required for their purchase (or the securities themselves). See "Schedule of
Investments" in Part A of the Prospectus, for a description of the Securities
deposited in the applicable Trust. See also, "Risk/Return Summary" and "Risk
Factors" in Part A of the Prospectus. As used herein, the term "Securities"
means the Securities (including contracts for the purchase thereof) initially
deposited in each Trust and described in the related portfolio and any
additional equity securities that may be held by a Trust.

  The Trustee has delivered to the Sponsor registered Units which represent
ownership of the entire Trust, and which are offered for sale by this
Prospectus. Each Unit of a Trust represents a fractional undivided interest in
the Securities deposited in such Trust. Units may only be sold in states in
which they are registered. To the extent that any Units of any Trust are
redeemed by the Trustee, the aggregate value of the Trust's assets will
decrease by the amount paid to the redeeming Unitholder, but the fractional
undivided interest of each unredeemed Unit in such Trust will increase
proportionately. The Sponsor will initially, and from time to time thereafter,
hold Units in connection with their offering.

  Additional Units of a Trust may be issued from time to time following the
Initial Date of Deposit by depositing in such Trust additional Securities (or
contracts therefore backed by an irrevocable letter of credit or cash) or cash
(including a letter of credit) with instructions to purchase additional
Securities in the Trust. As additional Units are issued by a Trust as a result
of the deposit of additional Securities or cash by the Sponsor, the aggregate
value of the Securities in a Trust will be increased and the fractional
undivided interest in such Trust represented by each Unit will be decreased.
The Sponsor may continue to make additional deposits of Securities, or cash
with instructions to purchase additional

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Securities, into a Trust following the Initial Date of Deposit, provided that
such additional deposits will be in amounts which will maintain, within
reasonable parameters, the same original proportionate relationship among the
Securities in such Trust established on the Initial Date of Deposit. Thus,
although additional Units will be issued, each Unit will continue to represent
the same proportionate amount of each Security. To the extent that any Units
are redeemed by the Trustee or additional Units are issued as a result of
additional Securities or cash being deposited by the Sponsor, the fractional
undivided interest in a Trust represented by each unredeemed Unit will
decrease or increase accordingly, although the actual interest in such Trust
represented by such fraction will remain unchanged. If the Sponsor deposits
cash, however, existing and new investors may experience a dilution of their
investment and a reduction in their anticipated income because of fluctuations
in the price of the Securities between the time of the cash deposit and the
purchase of the Securities and because the Trust will pay the associated
brokerage fees. To minimize this effect, the Trust will try to purchase the
Securities as close to the evaluation time or as close to the evaluation price
as possible. Units will remain outstanding until redeemed upon tender to the
Trustee by Unitholders, which may include the Sponsor, or until termination of
the Indenture.

  The Sponsor may realize a profit (or sustain a loss) as of the opening of
business on the Initial Date of Deposit resulting from the difference between
the purchase prices of the Securities and the cost of such Securities to the
Trust, which is based on the evaluation of the Securities as of the opening of
business on the Initial Date of Deposit. (See "Schedule of Investments" in
Part A of the Prospectus.) The Sponsor may also be considered to have realized
a profit or to have sustained a loss, as the case may be, in the amount of any
difference between the cost of the Securities to the Trust (which is based on
the Evaluator's determination of the aggregate value of the underlying Securi-
ties of the Trust) on the subsequent date(s) of deposit and the cost of such
Securities to Nuveen, if applicable.

Composition of Trusts

  Each Trust initially consists of delivery statements relating to contracts
to purchase Securities (or of such Securities) as are listed under "Schedule
of Investments" in Part A of this Prospectus and, thereafter, of such Securi-
ties as may continue to be held from time to time (including certain securi-
ties deposited in the Trust to create additional Units or in substitution for
Securities not delivered to a Trust). To assist the Sponsor in selecting Secu-
rities for certain Trusts, the Sponsor may use its own resources to pay out-
side research service providers.

  Limited Replacement of Certain Securities. Neither the Sponsor nor the
Trustee shall be liable in any way for any default, failure or defect in any
Security. In the event of a failure to deliver any Security that has been pur-
chased for a Trust under a contract, including those Securities purchased on a
when, as and if issued basis ("Failed Securities"), the Sponsor is authorized
under the Indenture to direct the Trustee to acquire other specified Securi-
ties ("Replacement Securities") to make up the original corpus of the Trust
within 20 days after delivery of notice of the failed contract and the cost to
the Trust may not exceed the amount of funds reserved for the purchase of the
Failed Securities.

  If the right of limited substitution described in the preceding paragraph is
not utilized to acquire Replacement Securities in the event of a failed con-
tract, the Sponsor will refund the sales charge attributable to such Failed
Securities to all Unitholders of the Trust and the Trustee will distribute the
principal attributable to such Failed Securities not more than 120 days after
the date on which the Trustee received a notice from the Sponsor that a Re-
placement Security would not be deposited in the Trust. In addition,
Unitholders should be aware that, at the time of receipt of such principal,
they may not be able to reinvest such proceeds in other securities with equiv-
alent growth potential at a comparable price.

  The Indenture also authorizes the Sponsor to increase the size of the Trust
and the number of Units thereof by the deposit of additional Securities in the
Trust or cash (including a letter of credit) with instructions to purchase ad-
ditional Securities in the Trust and the issuance of a corresponding number of
additional Units. If the Sponsor deposits cash, however, existing and new in-
vestors may experience a dilution of their investment and a reduction in their
anticipated income because of fluctuations in the prices of the Securities be-
tween the time of the cash deposit and the purchase of the Securities and be-
cause the Trust will pay the associated brokerage fees.


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  Sale of Securities. Certain of the Securities may from time to time under
certain circumstances be sold. The proceeds from such events will be used to
pay for expenses or for Units redeemed or distributed to Unitholders and not
reinvested; accordingly, no assurance can be given that a Trust will retain
for any length of time its present size and composition.

  Whether or not the Securities are listed on a securities exchange, the prin-
cipal trading market for the Securities may be in the over-the-counter market.
As a result, the existence of a liquid trading market for the Securities may
depend on whether dealers will make a market in the Securities. There can be
no assurance that a market will be made for any of the Securities, that any
market for the Securities will be maintained or of the liquidity of the Secu-
rities in any markets made. In addition, the Trust may be restricted under the
Investment Company Act of 1940 from selling Securities to the Sponsor. The
price at which the Securities may be sold to meet redemptions and the value of
a Trust will be adversely affected if trading markets for the Securities are
limited or absent. There can be no assurance that a Trust or, if applicable,
successive trusts that employ the same or a similar investment strategy, will
achieve their investment objectives.

  Legislation. At any time after the Initial Date of Deposit, legislation may
be enacted, with respect to the Securities in a Trust or the issuers of the
Securities. Changing approaches to regulation, particularly with respect to
the environment or with respect to the petroleum or tobacco industry, may have
a negative impact on certain companies represented in a Trust. There can be no
assurance that future legislation, regulation or deregulation will not have a
material adverse effect on a Trust or will not impair the ability of the is-
suers of the Securities to achieve their business goals.

  Unitholders will be unable to dispose of any of the Securities in a Trust
and will not be able to vote the Securities. As the holder of the Securities,
the Trustee will have the right to vote all of the voting stocks in a Trust
and will vote such stocks in accordance with the instructions of the Sponsor.

  Litigation. Except as provided in Part A of the Prospectus, to the best
knowledge of the Sponsor, there is no litigation pending as of the Initial
Date of Deposit in respect of any Securities which might reasonably be ex-
pected to have a material adverse effect on any of the Trusts. It is possible
that after the Initial Date of Deposit, litigation may be initiated with re-
spect to Securities in any Trust or current litigation may have unexpected re-
sults. The Sponsor is unable to predict whether any such litigation may have
such results or may be instituted, or if instituted, whether any such litiga-
tion might have a material adverse effect on the Trusts.

Public Offering Price

  The Public Offering Price of the Units is based on the aggregate underlying
value of the Securities in the Trust (generally determined by the closing sale
prices of listed Securities and the ask prices of over-the-counter traded Se-
curities), plus or minus cash, if any, in the Income and Capital Accounts of
the Trust, plus an initial sales charge equal to the difference between the
maximum transactional sales charge (as set forth in Part A of the Prospectus)
per Unit and the maximum remaining deferred sales charge (as set forth in Part
A of the Prospectus) and is rounded to the nearest cent. In addition, a por-
tion of the Public Offering Price during the initial offering period also con-
sists of Securities in an amount sufficient to pay for all or a portion of the
costs incurred in establishing a Trust, including costs of preparing the reg-
istration statement, the trust indenture and other closing documents, regis-
tering Units with the Securities and Exchange Commission and states, the ini-
tial audit of each Trust portfolio, the initial evaluation, legal fees, the
initial fees and expenses of the Trustee and any non-material out-of-pocket
expenses.

  The Securities purchased with the portion of the Public Offering Price in-
tended to be used to reimburse the Sponsor for the Trust's organization costs
will be purchased in the same proportionate relationship as all the Securities
contained in the Trust. Securities will be sold to reimburse the Sponsor for
the Trust's organization costs at the earlier of six months after the Initial
Date of Deposit or the end of the initial offering period (a shorter time pe-
riod than the life of the Trust). During the period ending with the earlier of
six months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the end of the initial offer-
ing period, there may be a decrease in the value of the Securities. To the ex-
tent the proceeds from the sale of these

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Securities are insufficient to repay the Sponsor for the Trust organization
costs, the Trustee will sell additional Securities to allow the Trust to fully
reimburse the Sponsor. In that event, the net asset value per Unit will be re-
duced by the amount of additional Securities sold. Although the dollar amount
of the reimbursement due to the Sponsor will remain fixed and will never ex-
ceed the amount per Unit set forth for the Trusts in "Statement of Condition,"
this will result in a greater effective cost per Unit to Unitholders for the
reimbursement to the Sponsor. When Securities are sold to reimburse the Spon-
sor for organization costs, the Trustee will sell such Securities to an extent
which will maintain the same proportionate relationship among the Securities
contained in the Trust as existed prior to such sale. See "Risk/Return Summa-
ry--Fees and Expenses" in Part A of the Prospectus.

  Commencing on those dates set forth under "Risk/Return Summary--Fees and Ex-
penses" in Part A of this Prospectus, a deferred sales charge in an amount de-
scribed in Part A of the Prospectus will be assessed per Unit per applicable
month. If so provided in Part A of the Prospectus, Unitholders who elect to
roll their Units into a new series of the Trust or a trust with a similar in-
vestment strategy during the Mid-term Special Redemption and Liquidation Pe-
riod (as described under "Rollover Trusts" and "How to Buy and Sell Units--
Sales or Redemptions" in Part A of the Prospectus) or Unitholders who sell or
redeem their Units prior to the Second Year Commencement Date (as defined in
Part A of the Prospectus) will not be subject to the Second Year Deferred
Sales Charge (see "Risk/Return Summary--Fees and Expenses" in Part A of the
Prospectus) and accordingly are only responsible for the remaining First Year
Deferred Sales Charge (see "Fees and Expenses" in Part A of the Prospectus).
The deferred sales charges will be paid from funds in the Capital Account, if
sufficient, or from the periodic sale of Securities. A pro rata share of accu-
mulated dividends, if any, in the Income Account from the preceding Record
Date to, but not including, the settlement date (normally three business days
after purchase) is added to the Public Offering Price. The total maximum sales
charge assessed to Unitholders on a per Unit basis will be the amount set
forth in "Risk/Return Summary--Fees and Expenses" in Part A of the Prospectus.
See "UNIT VALUE AND EVALUATION."

  The transactional sales charge applicable to quantity purchases is reduced
on a graduated scale as set forth in Part A of this Prospectus. Such Units are
also subject to the Creation and Development Fee. For purposes of calculating
the applicable sales charge, purchasers who have indicated their intent to
purchase a specified amount of Units of any Nuveen unit investment trust in
the primary or secondary offering period by executing and delivering a letter
of intent to the Sponsor, which letter of intent must be in a form acceptable
to the Sponsor and shall have a maximum duration of thirteen months, will be
eligible to receive a reduced sales charge according to the graduated scale
provided in Part A of this Prospectus, based on the amount of intended aggre-
gate purchases (excluding purchases which are subject only to a deferred sales
charge) as expressed in the letter of intent. For purposes of letter of intent
calculations, units of equity-based products are valued at $10 per unit. Due
to administrative limitations and in order to permit adequate tracking, the
only secondary market purchases that will be permitted to be applied toward
the intended specified amount and that will receive the corresponding reduced
sales charge are those Units that are acquired through or from the Sponsor. By
establishing a letter of intent, a Unitholder agrees that the first purchase
of Units following the execution of such letter of intent will be at least 5%
of the total amount of the intended aggregate purchases expressed in such
Unitholder's letter of intent. Further, through the establishment of the let-
ter of intent, such Unitholder agrees that Units representing 5% of the total
amount of the intended purchases will be held in escrow by the Trustee pending
completion of these purchases. All distributions on Units held in escrow will
be credited to such Unitholder's account. If total purchases prior to the ex-
piration of the letter of intent period equal or exceed the amount specified
in a Unitholder's letter of intent, the Units held in escrow will be trans-
ferred to such Unitholder's account. A Unitholder who purchases Units during
the letter of intent period in excess of the number of Units specified in a
Unitholder's letter of intent, the amount of which would cause the Unitholder
to be eligible to receive an additional sales charge reduction, will be al-
lowed such additional sales charge reduction on the purchase of Units which
caused the Unitholder to reach such new breakpoint level and on all additional
purchases of Units during the letter of intent period. If the total purchases
are less than the amount specified, the Unitholder involved must pay the Spon-
sor an amount equal to the difference between the amounts paid for these pur-
chases and the amounts which would have been paid if the higher sales charge
had been applied; the Unitholder will, however, be entitled to any reduced
sales charge qualified for by reaching any lower breakpoint level. If such

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Unitholder does not pay the additional amount within 20 days after written re-
quest by the Sponsor or the Unitholder's securities representative, the Spon-
sor will instruct the Trustee to redeem an appropriate number of the escrowed
Units to meet the required payment. By establishing a letter of intent, a
Unitholder irrevocably appoints the Sponsor as attorney to give instructions
to redeem any or all of such Unitholder's escrowed Units, with full power of
substitution in the premises. A Unitholder or his securities representative
must notify the Sponsor whenever such Unitholder makes a purchase of Units
that he wishes to be counted towards the intended amount.

  For "secondary market" sales, the Public Offering Price is based on the
aggregate underlying value of the Securities in a Trust as of the Evaluation
Time (generally determined by the closing sale prices of listed Securities and
the bid prices of over-the-counter traded Securities), plus or minus cash, if
any, in the Income and Capital Accounts of a Trust, plus an initial sales
charge equal to the difference between the maximum transactional sales charge
and any remaining deferred sales charges. The maximum transactional sales
charge for certain trusts is described in Part A of the Prospectus. See "UNIT
VALUE AND EVALUATION."

  In the secondary market for Nuveen Long-Term Sector Portfolios, Legacy Long-
Term Portfolios and Arvest Regional ImpactTM Portfolios, prior to the
completion of the deferred sales charge period, the maximum transactional
sales charge (which does not include the creation and development fee) will be
4.50% of the Public Offering Price. The upfront portion of the sales charge
will equal the difference between 4.50% of the Public Offering Price and any
remaining deferred sales charges. Unitholders that purchase more than 5,000
Units and certain classes of investors are entitled to purchase Units at
reduced sales charges as shown below.

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                   Total Maximum
                                                                   Transactional
        Number of Units                                            Sales Charge
        ---------------                                            -------------
        <S>                                                        <C>
        Less than 5,000...........................................     4.50%
        5,000 to 9,999............................................     4.25%
        10,000 to 24,999..........................................     4.00%
        25,000 to 49,999..........................................     3.50%
        50,000 to 99,999..........................................     2.50%
        100,000 or more...........................................     1.50%
        Wrap and Trust Account Purchasers.........................     1.00%
</TABLE>

  For secondary market sales after the completion of the deferred sales charge
period for Nuveen Long-Term Sector Portfolios, Legacy Long-Term Portfolios and
Arvest Regional ImpactTM Portfolios, the maximum transactional sales charge
(which does not include the creation and development fee) will be a one-time
charge of 4.50% of the Public Offering Price. Unitholders that purchase more
than 5,000 Units and certain classes of investors are entitled to purchase
Units at reduced sales charges shown below. Secondary market sales charges are
reduced by 1/2 of 1% on each subsequent July 31, to a minimum transactional
sales charge of 3.0% of the Public Offering Price as shown below with reduced
sales charges for larger purchases and certain investors:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                           Total Transactional Maximum Sales
           Number of Units*                              Charge
           ----------------                ------------------------------------------------------
                                           4.5%           4.0%           3.5%           3.0%
                                           ----           ----           ----           ----
   <S>                                     <C>            <C>            <C>            <C>
   Less than 5,000                         4.50           4.00           3.50           3.00
   5,000 to 9,999                          4.25           3.75           3.25           2.75
   10,000 to 24,999                        4.00           3.50           3.00           2.50
   25,000 to 49,999                        3.50           3.25           2.75           2.25
   50,000 to 99,999                        2.50           2.25           1.75           1.50
   100,000 or more                         1.50           1.25           1.00           0.75
   Wrap and Trust Account Purchasers       1.00           1.00           1.00           1.00
</TABLE>

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  * Sales charge reductions are computed both on a dollar basis and on
    the basis of the number of Units purchased, using the equivalent of
    5,000 Units to $50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000, etc., and will be
    applied on that basis which is more favorable to Unitholders.
    All Units are subject to the same deferred sales charges. When the
    deferred charges exceed the maximum sales charge, Unitholders will
    be given extra Units at the time of purchase.

  Creation and Development Fee. As set forth in Part A of the Prospectus, the
Sponsor will also receive a fee from a Trust for creating and developing the
Trust, including determining the Trust objectives, policies, composition and
size, selecting service providers and information services and for providing
other similar administrative and ministerial functions. The "creation and de-
velopment fee" is accrued (and becomes a liability of each Trust) on a daily
basis and is deemed to be an additional sales charge. The dollar amount of the
creation and development fee accrued each day, which will vary with fluctua-
tions in a Trust's net asset value, is determined by multiplying the net asset
value of the Trust on that day by 1/365 of the annual creation and development
fee. The total amount of any accrued but unpaid creation and development fee
is paid to the Sponsor on a monthly basis from the assets of the applicable
Trust. If you redeem your Units, you will only be responsible for any accrued
and unpaid creation and development fee through the date of redemption. In
connection with the creation and development fee, in no event will the Sponsor
collect over the life of the Trust more than the amount provided in Part A of
the Prospectus. The Sponsor will not use this fee to pay distribution expenses
or as compensation for sales efforts.

  Pursuant to the terms of the Indenture, the Trustee may terminate a Trust if
the net asset value of such Trust, as shown by any evaluation, is less than
20% of the total value of the Securities deposited in the Trust during the
primary offering period of the Trust.

  At all times while Units are being offered for sale, the Evaluator will ap-
praise or cause to be appraised daily the value of the underlying Securities
in each Trust as of 4:00 p.m. eastern time, or as of any earlier closing time
on a day on which the New York Stock Exchange (the "Exchange") is scheduled in
advance to close at such earlier time and will adjust the Public Offering
Price of the Units commensurate with such appraisal ("Evaluation Time"). Such
Public Offering Price will be effective for all orders received by a dealer or
the Sponsor at or prior to 4:00 p.m. eastern time on each such day or as of
any earlier closing time on a day on which the Exchange is scheduled in ad-
vance to close at such earlier time. Orders received after that time, or on a
day when the Exchange is closed for a scheduled holiday or weekend, will be
held until the next determination of price.

  The graduated transactional sales charges for the primary offering period
set forth in the table provided in Part A of this Prospectus will apply on all
applicable purchases of Nuveen investment company securities on any one day by
the same purchaser in the amounts stated, and for this purpose purchases of a
Trust will be aggregated with concurrent purchases of any other Nuveen unit
investment trust or of shares of any open-end management investment company of
which the Sponsor is principal underwriter and with respect to the purchase of
which a sales charge is imposed. Purchases by or for the account of individu-
als and their spouses, parents, children, grandchildren, grandparents, par-
ents-in-law, sons-and daughters-in-law, siblings, a sibling's spouse and a
spouse's siblings ("immediate family members") will be aggregated to determine
the applicable transactional sales charge. The graduated transactional sales
charges are also applicable to a trustee or other fiduciary purchasing securi-
ties for a single trust estate or single fiduciary account.

  During the initial offering period, unitholders of other unit investment
trusts having a similar strategy as the Trust may utilize their termination
proceeds to purchase Units of the Trusts with the transactional sales charge
applicable for "Rollover Purchases" as provided in "How to Buy and Sell Units"
in Part A of the Prospectus. The dealer concession for such purchases will be
that applicable to "Rollover Purchases".

  Units may be purchased with the applicable reduced transactional sales
charge provided for "Wrap Account Purchasers" under "How to Buy and Sell
Units" in Part A of the Prospectus or herein by (1) investors who purchase
Units through registered investment advisers, certified financial planners and
registered broker-dealers who in each case either charge periodic fees for fi-
nancial planning, investment advisory services, brokerage services, investment
services or asset management services, or provide such

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services in connection with the establishment of an investment account for
which a comprehensive "wrap fee" charge is imposed, (2) bank trust departments
investing funds over which they exercise discretionary investment authority
and that are held in a fiduciary, agency, custodial or similar capacity, (3)
any person who for at least 90 days, has been an officer, director or bona
fide employee of any firm offering Units for sale to investors, (4) officers
and directors of bank holding companies that make Units available directly or
through subsidiaries or bank affiliates, and (5) officers or directors and
bona fide, full-time employees of Nuveen, Nuveen Advisory Corp., Nuveen Insti-
tutional Advisory Corp., Rittenhouse Financial Services, Inc., The John Nuveen
Company, The McGraw Hill Companies Inc. ("McGraw-Hill") and Dow Jones & Compa-
ny, Inc. ("Dow Jones"), including in each case these individuals and their
spouses, children, parents and spouses' parents, however, purchases by par-
ents, individuals associated with McGraw-Hill and Dow Jones, and adult chil-
dren who are not members of the household of the officers, directors or full-
time employees described above, must be made through a registered broker-
dealer and (6) any person who for at least 90 days, has been an officer, di-
rector or bona fide employee of any vendor who provides services to the Spon-
sor and who purchases Units through a registered broker-dealer (collectively,
the "Discounted Purchases"). (For individuals associated with McGraw Hill this
privilege is only available for purchases of Units of the Nuveen-Standard &
Poor's Quality Buyback Portfolio and for individuals associated with Dow Jones
this privilege is only available for purchases of Units of the Nuveen--The Dow
5sm Portfolio and the Nuveen--The Dow 10sm Portfolio). However, if Part A of
the Prospectus provides for a Second Year Deferred Sales Charge (see
"Risk/Return Summary--Fees and Expenses" in Part A of the Prospectus) such
Unitholders that hold their Units on or after the Second Year Commencement
Date (as defined in Part A of the Prospectus) will be subject to the Second
Year Deferred Sales Charge. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this
Prospectus, investors who purchase Units as described in this paragraph will
not receive sales charge reductions for quantity purchases.

  During the initial offering period, unitholders of any Nuveen-sponsored unit
investment trust may utilize their redemption or termination proceeds to pur-
chase Units of a Trust with the transactional sales charge applicable for
"Rollover Purchases" as provided in "How to Buy and Sell Units" in Part A of
the Prospectus.

  Whether or not Units are being offered for sale, the Trustee will determine
or cause to be determined the aggregate value of each Trust as of 4:00 p.m.
eastern time: (i) on each June 30 or December 31 (or, if such date is not a
business day, the last business day prior thereto), (ii) on any day on which a
Unit is tendered for redemption (or the next succeeding business day if the
date of tender is a non-business day) and (iii) at such other times as may be
necessary. For this purpose, a "business day" shall be any day on which the
Exchange is normally open. (See "UNIT VALUE AND EVALUATION.")

Market for Units

  During the initial public offering period, the Sponsor intends to offer to
purchase Units of each Trust at a price based upon the pro rata share per Unit
of the aggregate underlying value of the Securities in such Trust as of the
Evaluation Time (generally determined by the closing sale prices of listed Se-
curities and the ask prices of over-the-counter traded Securities). Afterward,
although it is not obligated to do so, the Sponsor may maintain a secondary
market for Units of each Trust at its own expense and continuously offer to
purchase Units of each Trust at prices, subject to change at any time, which
are based upon the aggregate underlying value of the Securities in a Trust as
of the Evaluation Time (generally determined by the closing sale prices of
listed Securities and the bid prices of over-the-counter traded Securities).
During the period ending with the earlier of six months after the Initial Date
of Deposit or the end of the initial offering period, the price at which the
Sponsor expects to repurchase Units (the "Sponsor's Repurchase Price") in-
cludes estimated organization costs per Unit. After such period, the Sponsor's
Repurchase Price will not include such estimated organization costs. See
"Risk/Return Summary--Fees and Expenses" in Part A of the Prospectus.
Unitholders who wish to dispose of their Units should inquire of the Trustee
or their broker as to the current Redemption Price. Units subject to a de-
ferred sales charge which are sold or tendered for redemption prior to such
time as the entire deferred sales charge on such Units has been collected will
be assessed the amount of the remaining deferred sales charge at the time of
sale or redemption. However, if so provided in Part A of the Prospectus,
Unitholders who elect to roll their Units into a new series of the Trust or a
trust with a similar investment strategy during the Mid-term Special Redemp-
tion and Liquidation

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Period or Unitholders who sell or redeem their Units prior to the Second Year
Commencement Date will not be subject to the Second Year Deferred Sales Charge
and accordingly are only responsible for the remaining First Year Deferred
Sales Charge. (See "REDEMPTION.")

  In connection with its secondary market making activities, the Sponsor may
from time to time enter into secondary market joint account agreements with
other brokers and dealers. Pursuant to such an agreement, the Sponsor will
generally purchase Units from the broker or dealer at the Redemption Price (as
defined in "REDEMPTION") and will place the Units into a joint account managed
by the Sponsor; sales from the account will be made in accordance with the
then current prospectus and the Sponsor and the broker or dealer will share
profits and losses in the joint account in accordance with the terms of their
joint account agreement.

  In maintaining a market for the Units, the Sponsor will realize profits or
sustain losses in the amount of any difference between the price at which
Units are purchased and the price at which Units are resold or redeemed. The
secondary market Public Offering Price of Units may be greater or less than
the cost of such Units to the Sponsor.

Evaluation of Securities at the Initial Date of Deposit

  The prices of the Securities deposited in the Trusts included in Part A of
the Prospectus were determined by the Trustee.

  The amount by which the Trustee's determination of the aggregate value of
the Securities deposited in the Trusts was greater or less than the cost of
such Securities to the Sponsor was profit or loss to the Sponsor. (See Part A
of this Prospectus.) The Sponsor also may realize further profit or sustain
further loss as a result of fluctuations in the Public Offering Price of the
Units. Cash, if any, made available to the Sponsor prior to the settlement
date for a purchase of Units, or prior to the acquisition of all Portfolio se-
curities by a Trust, may be available for use in the Sponsor's business, and
may be of benefit to the Sponsor.

Tax Status

  The following is a general discussion of certain of the Federal income tax
consequences of the purchase, ownership and disposition of the Units. The sum-
mary is limited to investors who hold the Units as "capital assets" (general-
ly, property held for investment) within the meaning of Section 1221 of the
Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (the "Code"). Unitholders should consult their
tax advisers in determining the Federal, state, local and any other tax conse-
quences of the purchase, ownership and disposition of Units in a Trust. For
purposes of the following discussion and opinions, it is assumed that each Se-
curity is equity for Federal income tax purposes.

  In the opinion of Chapman and Cutler, counsel for the Trust, under existing
law:

    1. Each Trust is not an association taxable as a corporation for Federal
  income tax purposes; each Unitholder will be treated as the owner of a pro
  rata portion of each of the assets of a Trust under the Code; and the
  income of a Trust will be treated as income of the Unitholders thereof
  under the Code. Each Unitholder will be considered to have received his pro
  rata portion of income derived from each Trust asset when such income is
  considered to be received by a Trust. A Unitholder will be considered to
  have received all of the dividends paid on his pro rata portion of each
  Security when such dividends are considered to be received by a Trust
  regardless of whether such dividends are used to pay a portion of the
  deferred sales charge. Unitholders will be taxed in this manner regardless
  of whether distributions from a Trust are actually received by the
  Unitholder or are automatically reinvested.

    2. Each Unitholder will have a taxable event when a Trust disposes of a
  Security (whether by sale, taxable exchange, liquidation, redemption, or
  otherwise) or upon the sale or redemption of Units by such Unitholder
  (except to the extent an in-kind distribution of stock is received by such
  Unitholder as described below). The price a Unitholder pays for his or her
  Units, generally including sales charges, is allocated among his or her pro
  rata portion of each Security held by a Trust (in

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  proportion to the fair market values thereof on the valuation date closest
  to the date the Unitholder purchases his or her Units) in order to
  determine his or her tax basis for his or her pro rata portion of each
  Security held by a Trust. Unitholders should consult their own tax advisors
  with regard to the calculation of basis. For Federal income tax purposes, a
  Unitholder's pro rata portion of dividends, as defined by Section 316 of
  the Code, paid by a corporation with respect to a Security held by a Trust
  is taxable as ordinary income to the extent of such corporation's current
  and accumulated "earnings and profits." A Unitholder's pro rata portion of
  dividends paid on such Security which exceeds such current and accumulated
  earnings and profits will first reduce a Unitholder's tax basis in such
  Security, and to the extent that such dividends exceed a Unitholder's tax
  basis in such Security shall generally be treated as capital gain. In
  general, the holding period for such capital gain will be determined by the
  period of time a Unitholder has held his or her Units.

    3. A Unitholder's portion of gain, if any, upon the sale or redemption of
  Units or the disposition of Securities held by a Trust will generally be
  considered a capital gain (except in the case of a dealer or a financial
  institution). A Unitholder's portion of loss, if any, upon the sale or
  redemption of Units or the disposition of Securities held by a Trust will
  generally be considered a capital loss (except in the case of a dealer or a
  financial institution). Unitholders should consult their tax advisors
  regarding the recognition of such capital gains and losses for Federal
  income tax purposes. In particular, a Rollover Unitholder should be aware
  that a Rollover Unitholder's loss, if any, incurred in connection with the
  exchange of Units for units in the next new series of a Trust (the "New
  Trust"), (if so provided in Part A of the Prospectus, the Sponsor intends
  to create a separate New Trust in conjunction with the termination of a
  Grantor Trust) will generally be disallowed with respect to the disposition
  of any Securities pursuant to such exchange to the extent that such
  Unitholder is considered the owner of substantially identical securities
  under the wash sale provisions of the Code taking into account such
  Unitholder's deemed ownership of the securities underlying the Units in the
  New Trust in the manner described above, if such substantially identical
  securities are acquired within a period beginning 30 days before and ending
  30 days after such disposition. However, any gains incurred in connection
  with such an exchange by a Rollover Unitholder would be recognized.
  Unitholders should consult their tax advisers regarding the recognition of
  gains and losses for Federal income tax purposes.

  Deferred Sales Charge. Generally the tax basis of a Unitholder includes
sales charges, and such charges are not deductible. A portion of the sales
charge is deferred. The income (or proceeds from redemption) a Unitholder must
take into account for Federal income tax purposes is not reduced by amounts
deducted to pay the deferred sales charge. Unitholders should consult their
own tax advisers as to the income tax consequences of the deferred sales
charge.

  Dividends Received Deduction. A corporation that owns Units will generally
be entitled to a 70% dividends received deduction with respect to such
Unitholder's pro rata portion of dividends received by a Trust (to the extent
such dividends are taxable as ordinary income, as discussed above and are at-
tributable to domestic corporations) in the same manner as if such corporation
directly owned the Securities paying such dividends (other than corporate
Unitholders, such as "S" corporations, which are not eligible for the deduc-
tion because of their special characteristics and other than for purposes of
special taxes such as the accumulated earnings tax and the personal holding
corporation tax). However, a corporation owning Units should be aware that
Sections 246 and 246A of the Code impose additional limitations on the eligi-
bility of dividends for the 70% dividends received deduction. These limita-
tions include a requirement that stock (and therefore Units) must generally be
held at least 46 days (as determined under and during the period specified in
Section 246(c) of the Code). Final regulations have been issued which address
special rules that must be considered in determining whether the 46-day hold-
ing period requirement is met. Moreover, the allowable percentage of the de-
duction will be reduced from 70% if a corporate Unitholder owns certain stock
(or Units) the financing of which is directly attributable to indebtedness in-
curred by such corporation.

  To the extent dividends received by a Trust are attributable to foreign cor-
porations, a corporation that owns Units will not be entitled to the dividends
received deduction with respect to its pro rata portion of such dividends,
since the dividends received deduction is generally available only with re-

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spect to dividends paid by domestic corporations. Unitholders should consult
with their tax advisers with respect to the limitations on and possible modi-
fications to the dividends received deduction.

  Limitations on Deductibility of Trust Expenses by Unitholders. Each
Unitholder's pro rata share of each expense paid by a Trust is deductible by
the Unitholder to the same extent as though the expense had been paid directly
by him or her. As a result of the Tax Reform Act of 1986, certain miscellane-
ous itemized deductions, such as investment expenses, tax return preparation
fees and employee business expenses will be deductible by an individual only
to the extent they exceed 2% of such individual's adjusted gross income.
Unitholder's may be required to treat some or all of the expenses of a Trust
as miscellaneous itemized deductions subject to this limitation. Unitholders
should consult with their tax advisers regarding the limitations on the de-
ductibility of Trust expenses.

  Recognition of Taxable Gain or Loss Upon Disposition of Securities by a
Trust or Disposition of Units. As discussed above, a Unitholder may recognize
taxable gain (or loss) when a Security is disposed of by a Trust or if the
Unitholder disposes of a Unit (although losses incurred by Rollover
Unitholders may be subject to disallowance, as discussed above). The Internal
Revenue Service Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 (the "1998 Tax Act") pro-
vides that for taxpayers other than corporations, net capital gain (which is
defined as net long-term capital gain over net short-term capital loss for the
taxable year) realized from property (with certain exclusions) is subject to a
maximum marginal stated tax rate of 20% (10% in the case of certain taxpayers
in the lowest tax bracket). Capital gain or loss is long-term if the holding
period for the asset is more than one year, and is short-term if the holding
period for the asset is one year or less. The date on which a Unit is acquired
(i.e., the "trade date") is excluded for purposes of determining the holding
period of the Unit. Capital gains realized from assets held for one year or
less are taxed at the same rates as ordinary income. For tax years beginning
after December 31, 2000, the 20% rate is reduced to 18% and the 10% rate is
reduced to 8% for long-term gains from most property held for more than five
years. However, the reduction of the 20% rate to 18% applies only if the hold-
ing period for the property begins after December 31, 2000. Therefore, you
will not be eligible for the 18% capital gain rate on assets for which your
holding period began before January 1, 2001. However, if you are an individu-
al, you may elect to treat certain assets you hold on January 1, 2001 as hav-
ing been sold for their fair market value on the next business day after Janu-
ary 1, 2001 for purposes of this holding period requirement. If you make this
election for an asset, the asset would be eligible for the 18% rate if it is
held by you for more than five years after this deemed sale. If you make this
election, you must recognize any gain from this deemed sale, but any loss is
not recognized.

  In addition, please note that capital gains may be recharacterized as ordi-
nary income in the case of certain financial transactions that are considered
"conversion transactions" effective for transactions entered into after April
30, 1993. Unitholders and prospective investors should consult with their tax
advisers regarding the potential effect of this provision on their investment
in Units.

  If the Unitholder disposes of a Unit, the Unitholder is deemed thereby to
have disposed of his or her entire pro rata interest in all assets of a Trust
involved including his or her pro rata portion of all the Securities repre-
sented by the Unit.

  The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 (the "1997 Act") includes provisions that
treat certain transactions designed to reduce or eliminate risk of loss and
opportunities for gain (e.g., short sales, offsetting notional principal con-
tracts, futures or forward contracts or similar transactions) as constructive
sales for purposes of recognition of gain (but not loss) and for purposes of
determining the holding period. Unitholders should consult their own tax advi-
sors with regard to any such constructive sales rules.

  Special Tax Consequences of In-Kind Distributions Upon Redemption of Units,
Termination of a Trust and Investment in a New Trust. As discussed in "REDEMP-
TION" and "OTHER INFORMATION--Termination of Indenture," under certain circum-
stances a Unitholder who owns the number of Units of a Trust set forth in Part
A of the Prospectus may request an In-Kind Distribution upon the redemption of
Units or the termination of such Trust. The Unitholder requesting an In-Kind
Distribution will be liable for expenses related thereto (the "Distribution
Expenses") and the amount of such In-Kind Distribution will be reduced by the
amount of the Distribution Expenses. See "DISTRIBUTIONS TO UNITHOLDERS." As
previously discussed, prior to the redemption of Units or the termination of a
Trust, a Unitholder is

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considered as owning a pro rata portion of each of a Trust's assets for Fed-
eral income tax purposes. The receipt of an In-Kind Distribution upon the re-
demption of Units or the termination of a Trust will result in a Unitholder
receiving shares of stock plus, possibly, cash.

  The potential tax consequences that may occur under an In-Kind Distribution
will depend on whether or not a Unitholder receives cash in addition to Secu-
rities. A "Security" for this purpose is a particular class of stock issued by
a particular corporation. A Unitholder will not recognize gain or loss if a
Unitholder only receives Securities in exchange for his or her pro rata por-
tion in the Securities held by a Trust. However, if a Unitholder also receives
cash in exchange for a fractional share of a Security held by a Trust, such
Unitholder will generally recognize gain or loss based upon the difference be-
tween the amount of cash received by the Unitholder and his or her tax basis
in such fractional share of a Security held by a Trust.

  Because each Trust will own many Securities, a Unitholder who requests an
In-Kind Distribution will have to analyze the tax consequences with respect to
each Security owned by a Trust. The amount of taxable gain (or loss) recog-
nized upon such exchange will generally equal the sum of the gain (or loss)
recognized under the rules described above by such Unitholder with respect to
each Security owned by a Trust. Unitholders who request an In-Kind Distribu-
tion are advised to consult their tax advisers in this regard.

  As discussed in "SPECIAL REDEMPTION, LIQUIDATION AND INVESTMENT IN A NEW
TRUST," a Unitholder may elect to become a Rollover Unitholder. To the extent
a Rollover Unitholder exchanges his or her Units for Units of the New Trust in
a taxable transaction, such Unitholder will recognize gains, if any, but gen-
erally will not be entitled to a deduction for any losses recognized upon the
disposition of any Securities pursuant to such exchange to the extent that
such Unitholder is considered the owner of substantially identical securities
under the wash sale provisions of the Code taking into account such
Unitholder's deemed ownership of the securities underlying the Units in the
New Trust in the manner described above, if such substantially identical secu-
rities were acquired within a period beginning 30 days before and ending 30
days after such disposition under the wash sale provisions contained in Sec-
tion 1091 of the Code. In the event a loss is disallowed under the wash sale
provisions, special rules contained in Section 1091(d) of the Code apply to
determine the Unitholder's tax basis in the securities acquired. Rollover
Unitholders are advised to consult their tax advisers.

  Computation of the Unitholder's Tax Basis. Initially, a Unitholder's tax ba-
sis in his or her Units will generally equal the price paid by such Unitholder
for his or her Units. The cost of the Units is allocated among the Securities
held by a Trust in accordance with the proportion of the fair market values of
such Securities on the valuation date nearest the date the Units are purchased
in order to determine such Unitholder's tax basis for his or her pro rata por-
tion of each Security.

  A Unitholder's tax basis in his or her Units and his or her pro rata portion
of a Security held by a Trust will be reduced to the extent dividends paid
with respect to such Security are received by a Trust which are not taxable as
ordinary income as described above.

  General. Each Unitholder will be requested to provide the Unitholder's tax-
payer identification number to the Trustee and to certify that the Unitholder
has not been notified that payments to the Unitholder are subject to back-up
withholding. If the proper taxpayer identification number and appropriate cer-
tification are not provided when requested, distributions by a Trust to such
Unitholder (including amounts received upon the redemption of Units) will be
subject to back-up withholding. Distributions by a Trust (other than those
that are not treated as United States source income, if any) will generally be
subject to United States income taxation and withholding in the case of Units
held by non-resident alien individuals, foreign corporations or other non-
United States persons. Such persons should consult their tax advisers.

  In general, income that is not effectively connected to the conduct of a
trade or business within the United States that is earned by non-U.S.
Unitholders and derived from dividends of foreign corporations will not be
subject to U.S. withholding tax provided that less than 25 percent of the
gross income of the foreign corporation for a three-year period ending with
the close of its taxable year preceding the year of payment was effectively
connected to the conduct of a trade or business within the United States. In

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addition, such earnings may be exempt from U.S. withholding pursuant to a spe-
cific treaty between the United States and a foreign country. Non-U.S.
Unitholders should consult their own tax advisers regarding the imposition of
U.S. withholding on distributions from a Trust.

  It should be noted that payments to a Trust of dividends on Securities that
are attributable to foreign corporations may be subject to foreign withholding
taxes and Unitholders should consult their tax advisers regarding the poten-
tial tax consequences relating to the payment of any such withholding taxes by
a Trust. Any dividends withheld as a result thereof will nevertheless be
treated as income to the Unitholders. Because under the grantor trust rules,
an investor is deemed to have paid directly his share of foreign taxes that
have been paid or accrued, if any, an investor may be entitled to a foreign
tax credit or deduction for United States tax purposes with respect to such
taxes. A required holding period is imposed for such credits. Investors should
consult their tax advisers with respect to foreign withholding taxes and for-
eign tax credits.

  At the termination of a Trust, the Trustee will furnish to each Unitholder a
statement containing information relating to the dividends received by a Trust
on the Securities, the gross proceeds received by a Trust from the disposition
of any Security (resulting from redemption or the sale of any Security) and
the fees and expenses paid by a Trust. The Trustee will also furnish annual
information returns to Unitholders and the Internal Revenue Service.

  Unitholders desiring to purchase Units for tax-deferred plans and IRAs
should consult their broker for details on establishing such accounts. Units
may also be purchased by persons who already have self-directed plans estab-
lished. See "RETIREMENT PLANS."

  In the opinion of Winston & Strawn, Special Counsel to the Trusts for New
York tax matters, under the existing income tax laws of the State of New York,
each Trust is not an association taxable as a corporation and the income of
each Trust will be treated as the income of the Unitholders thereof.

  The foregoing discussion relates only to the tax treatment of U.S.
Unitholders ("U.S. Unitholder") with regard to federal and certain aspects of
New York State and City income taxes. Unitholders may be subject to taxation
in New York or in other jurisdictions and should consult their own tax advis-
ers in this regard. As used herein, the term "U.S. Unitholder" means an owner
of a Unit in a Trust that (a) is (i) for United States federal income tax pur-
poses a citizen or resident of the United States, (ii) a corporation, partner-
ship or other entity created or organized in or under the laws of the United
States or of any political subdivision thereof, or (iii) an estate or trust
the income of which is subject to United States federal income taxation re-
gardless of its source or (b) does not qualify as a U.S. Unitholder in para-
graph (a) but whose income from a Unit is effectively connected with such
Unitholder's conduct of a United States trade or business. The term also in-
cludes certain former citizens of the United States whose income and gain on
the Units will be taxable. Unitholders should consult their tax advisers re-
garding potential foreign, state or local taxation with respect to the Units.

Retirement Plans

  Units of the Trusts may be well suited for purchase by Individual Retirement
Accounts, Keogh Plans, pension funds and other tax-deferred retirement plans.
Generally the Federal income tax relating to capital gains and income received
in each of the foregoing plans is deferred until distributions are received.
Distributions from such plans are generally treated as ordinary income but
may, in some cases, be eligible for special averaging or tax-deferred rollover
treatment. Investors considering participation in any such plan should review
specific tax laws related thereto and should consult their attorneys or tax
advisers with respect to the establishment and maintenance of any such plan.
Such plans are offered by brokerage firms and other financial institutions.
Fees and charges with respect to such plans may vary.

Trust Operating Expenses

  No annual advisory fee is charged to the Trusts by the Sponsor. The Sponsor
and/or its affiliates do, however, receive an annual fee as set forth in
"Risk/Return Summary--Fees and Expenses" in Part A of the Prospectus for main-
taining surveillance over the portfolio and for performing certain administra-
tive

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services for the Trust (the "Sponsor's Supervisory Fee"). In providing such
supervisory services, the Sponsor may purchase research from a variety of
sources, which may include dealers of the Trusts. If so provided in Part A of
the Prospectus, the Sponsor may also receive an annual fee for providing book-
keeping and administrative services for a Trust (the "Bookkeeping and Adminis-
trative Fee"). Such services include, but are not limited to, the preparation
of comprehensive tax statements and providing account information to the
Unitholders. If so provided in Part A of the Prospectus, the Evaluator may
also receive an annual fee for performing evaluation services for the Trusts
(the "Evaluator's Fee"). In addition, if so provided in Part A of the Prospec-
tus, a Trust may be charged an annual licensing fee to cover licenses for the
use of service marks, trademarks, trade names and intellectual property rights
and/or for the use of databases and research. Estimated annual Trust expenses
are as set forth in Part A of this Prospectus; if actual expenses are higher
than the estimate, the excess will be borne by the Trust. The estimated ex-
penses do not include the brokerage commissions and other transactional fees
payable by the Trust in purchasing and selling Securities.

  The Trustee receives for ordinary recurring services an annual fee for each
Trust as set forth in "Risk/Return Summary--Fees and Expenses" appearing in
Part A of this Prospectus. The Trustee's Fee may be periodically adjusted in
response to fluctuations in short-term interest rates (reflecting the cost to
the Trustee of advancing funds to a Trust to meet scheduled distributions). In
addition, the Sponsor's Supervisory Fee, Bookkeeping and Administrative Fee,
Evaluator's Fee and the Trustee's Fee may be adjusted in accordance with the
cumulative percentage increase of the United States Department of Labor's Con-
sumer Price Index entitled "All Services Less Rent of Shelter" since the es-
tablishment of the Trusts. In addition, with respect to any fees payable to
the Sponsor or an affiliate of the Sponsor for providing bookkeeping and other
administrative services, supervisory services and evaluation services, such
individual fees may exceed the actual costs of providing such services for a
Trust, but at no time will the total amount received for such services, in the
aggregate, rendered to all unit investment trusts of which Nuveen is the Spon-
sor in any calendar year exceed the actual cost to the Sponsor or its affili-
ates of supplying such services, in the aggregate, in such year. The Sponsor's
Supervisory Fee, Bookkeeping and Administrative Fee, Evaluator's Fee and the
Trustee's Fee are accrued daily and based upon the number of Units outstanding
each day until the primary offering period terminates. After the primary of-
fering period has terminated, these fees are accrued daily and are based on
the number of Units outstanding on the first business day of the calendar year
in which the fee is calculated or the number of Units outstanding at the end
of the primary offering period, as appropriate.

  The Trustee has the use of funds, if any, being held in the Income and Capi-
tal Accounts of each Trust for future distributions, payment of expenses and
redemptions. These Accounts are non-interest bearing to Unitholders. Pursuant
to normal banking procedures, the Trustee benefits from the use of funds held
therein. Part of the Trustee's compensation for its services to the Trusts is
expected to result from such use of these funds.

  The following are additional expenses of the Trusts and, when paid by or are
owed to the Trustee, are secured by a lien on the assets of the Trust or
Trusts to which such expenses are allocable: (1) the expenses and costs of any
action undertaken by the Trustee to protect the Trusts and the rights and in-
terests of the Unitholders; (2) all taxes and other governmental charges upon
the Securities or any part of the Trusts (no such taxes or charges are being
levied or made or, to the knowledge of the Sponsor, contemplated); (3) amounts
payable to the Trustee as fees for ordinary recurring services and for ex-
traordinary non-recurring services rendered pursuant to the Indenture, all
disbursements and expenses, including counsel fees (including fees of counsel
which the Trustee may retain) sustained or incurred by the Trustee in connec-
tion therewith; and (4) any losses or liabilities accruing to the Trustee
without negligence, bad faith or willful misconduct on its part. The expenses
are paid monthly and the Trustee is empowered to sell Securities in order to
pay these amounts if funds are not otherwise available in the applicable In-
come and Capital Accounts.

  Unless the Sponsor determines that an audit is not required, the Indenture
requires each Trust to be audited on an annual basis at the expense of the
Trust by independent public accountants selected by the Sponsor. The Trustee
shall not be required, however, to cause such an audit to be performed if its
cost to a Trust shall exceed $.005 per Unit on an annual basis. Unitholders of
a Trust covered by an audit may obtain a copy of the audited financial state-
ments upon request.

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Distributions to Unitholders

  The Trustee will distribute any net income received with respect to any of
the Securities in a Trust on or about the Income Distribution Dates to
Unitholders of record on the preceding Income Record Date. See "Distributions"
in Part A of this Prospectus. Persons who purchase Units will commence receiv-
ing distributions only after such person becomes a Record Owner. Notification
to the Trustee of the transfer of Units is the responsibility of the purchas-
er, but in the normal course of business such notice is provided by the sell-
ing broker/dealer. Proceeds received on the sale of any Securities in a Trust,
to the extent not used to meet redemptions of Units, pay the deferred sales
charge or pay expenses will be distributed on the last business day of each
month if the amount available for distribution equals at least $1.00 per 100
Units ("Capital Distribution Dates") to Unitholders of record on the fifteenth
day of each applicable month ("Capital Record Dates"). The Trustee is not re-
quired to pay interest on funds held in the Capital Account of a Trust (but
may itself earn interest thereon and therefore benefit from the use of such
funds). A Unitholder's pro rata portion of the Capital Account, less expenses,
will be distributed as part of the final liquidation distribution.

  It is anticipated that the deferred sales charge will be collected from the
Capital Account of the Trusts and that amounts in the Capital Account will be
sufficient to cover the cost of the deferred sales charge. To the extent that
amounts in the Capital Account are insufficient to satisfy the then current
deferred sales charge obligation, Securities may be sold to meet such
shortfall. Distributions of amounts necessary to pay the deferred portion of
the sales charge will be made to an account designated by the Sponsor for pur-
poses of satisfying a Unitholder's deferred sales charge obligations.

  Under regulations issued by the Internal Revenue Service, the Trustee is re-
quired to withhold a specified percentage of any distribution made by a Trust
if the Trustee has not been furnished the Unitholder's tax identification num-
ber in the manner required by such regulations. Any amount so withheld is
transmitted to the Internal Revenue Service and may be recovered by the
Unitholder under certain circumstances by contacting the Trustee, otherwise
the amount may be recoverable only when filing a tax return. Under normal cir-
cumstances, the Trustee obtains the Unitholder's tax identification number
from the selling broker. However, a Unitholder should examine his or her
statements from the Trustee to make sure that the Trustee has been provided a
certified tax identification number in order to avoid this possible "back-up
withholding." In the event the Trustee has not been previously provided such
number, one should be provided as soon as possible.

  Within a reasonable time after a Trust is terminated, each Unitholder who is
not a Rollover Unitholder will, upon surrender of his Units for redemption,
receive (i) the pro rata share of the amounts realized upon the disposition of
Securities, unless he or she elects an In-Kind Distribution as described under
"REDEMPTION" and (ii) a pro rata share of any other assets of such Trust, less
expenses of such Trust.

  The Trustee will credit to the Income Account of a Trust any dividends re-
ceived on the Securities therein. All other receipts (e.g., return of capital,
etc.) are credited to the Capital Account of a Trust.

  The Trustee may establish reserves (the "Reserve Account") within a Trust
for state and local taxes, if any, and any governmental charges payable out of
such Trust.

  Distribution Reinvestment. Any Unitholder may elect to have each distribu-
tion on Units, other than the final liquidating distribution in connection
with the termination of a Trust or Mid-term liquidating distribution for Mid-
term Rollover Unitholders, automatically reinvested in additional Units of
such Trust without additional sales charges. If you elect to have distribu-
tions reinvested into additional Units of your Trust, in addition to the rein-
vestment Units you receive you will also be credited additional Units with a
dollar value at the time of reinvestment sufficient to offset the amount of
any remaining deferred sales charge to be collected on such reinvestment
Units. The dollar value of these additional Units (as with all Units) will
fluctuate over time. If Part A of the Prospectus provides for Second Year De-
ferred Sales Charges for a Trust, any Units purchased prior to the Second Year
Commencement Date will be credited such additional Units to offset the Second
Year Deferred Sales Charges following the Second Year Commencement Date.

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  Each person who purchases Units of a Trust may elect to participate in the
reinvestment option by notifying the Trustee in writing of their election. Re-
investment may not be available in all states. Notification to the Trustee
must be received within one year after the Initial Date of Deposit. So long as
the election is received by the Trustee at least 10 days prior to the Record
Date for a given distribution, each subsequent distribution of income and/or
capital, as selected by the Unitholder, will be automatically applied by the
Trustee to purchase additional Units of a Trust. It should be remembered that
even if distributions are reinvested, they are still treated as distributions
for income tax purposes.

Accumulation Plan

  The Sponsor is also the principal underwriter of several open-end mutual
funds (the "Accumulation Funds") into which Unitholders may choose to reinvest
Trust distributions. Unitholders may elect to reinvest income and capital dis-
tributions automatically, without any sales charge. Each Accumulation Fund has
investment objectives which differ in certain respects from those of the
Trusts and may invest in Securities which would not be eligible for deposit in
the Trusts. Further information concerning the Accumulation Plan and a list of
Accumulation Funds is set forth in the Information Supplement of this Prospec-
tus, which may be obtained by contacting the Trustee at (800) 742-8860.

  Participants may at any time, by so notifying the Trustee in writing, elect
to change the Accumulation Fund into which their distributions are being rein-
vested, to change from capital only reinvestment to reinvestment of both capi-
tal and income or vice versa, or to terminate their participation in the Accu-
mulation Plan altogether and receive future distributions on their Units in
cash. Such notice will be effective as of the next Record Date occurring at
least 10 days after the Trustee's receipt of the notice. There will be no
charge or other penalty for such change of election or termination. The char-
acter of Trust distributions for income tax purposes will remain unchanged
even if they are reinvested in an Accumulation Fund.

Reports to Unitholders

  The Trustee shall furnish Unitholders of a Trust in connection with each
distribution, a statement of the amount of income, if any, and the amount of
other receipts (received since the preceding distribution) being distributed,
expressed in each case as a dollar amount representing the pro rata share of
each Unit of a Trust outstanding. Within a reasonable period of time after the
end of each calendar year, the Trustee shall furnish to each person, who at
any time during the calendar year was a registered Unitholder of a Trust, a
statement with respect to such Trust that provides (1) a summary of transac-
tions in the Trust for such year; (2) any Security sold during the year and
the Securities held at the end of such year by the Trust; (3) the redemption
price per Unit based upon a computation thereof on the 31st day of December of
such year (or the last business day prior thereto); and (4) amounts of income
and capital distributed during such year.

  In order to comply with Federal and state tax reporting requirements,
Unitholders will be furnished, upon request to the Trustee, evaluations of the
Securities in the Trusts.

Unit Value and Evaluation

  The value of a Trust is determined by the Trustee on the basis of (1) the
cash on hand in the Trust other than cash deposited in the Trust to purchase
Securities at the Evaluation Time not applied to the purchase of such Securi-
ties; (2) the aggregate value of the Securities held in the Trust, as deter-
mined by the Evaluator on the basis of the aggregate underlying value of the
Securities in the Trust next computed; (3) dividends receivable on the Securi-
ties trading ex-dividend as of the date of computation; and (4) all other as-
sets of the Trust; and deducting therefrom: (1) amounts representing any ap-
plicable taxes or governmental charges and amounts due the Sponsor or Trustee
for indemnification or extraordinary expenses payable out of such Trust for
which no deductions had been made for the purpose of additions to the Reserve
Account; (2) any amounts owing to the Trustee for its advances; (3) an amount
representing estimated accrued expenses of the Trust, including, but not lim-
ited to, unpaid fees and expenses of the Trustee (including legal fees) and
the Sponsor; (4) amounts representing unpaid organization costs; (5) cash held
for distribution to Unitholders of record of the Trust or for redemption of
tendered

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Units as of the business day prior to the evaluation being made; and (6) other
liabilities incurred by the Trust. The result of such computation is divided
by the number of Units of such Trust outstanding as of the date thereof and
rounded to the nearest cent to determine the per Unit value ("Unit Value") of
such Trust. The Trustee may determine the aggregate value of the Securities in
the Trust in the following manner: if the Securities are listed on a foreign
or U.S. securities exchange or The NASDAQ Stock Market, Inc. ("listed Securi-
ties"), this evaluation is generally based on the most recent closing sale
price prior to or on the Evaluation Time on that exchange or that system where
the Securities are principally traded (if a listed Security is listed on the
New York Stock Exchange ("NYSE") the closing sale price on the NYSE shall ap-
ply) or, if there is no closing sale price on that exchange or system, at the
closing bid prices (ask prices for primary market purchases). If the Securi-
ties are not so listed, the evaluation shall generally be based on the current
bid prices at the Evaluation Time (ask prices for primary market purchases) on
the over-the-counter market (unless it is determined that these prices are in-
appropriate as a basis for valuation). If current bid prices (ask prices for
primary market purchases) are unavailable, the evaluation is generally deter-
mined (a) on the basis of current bid prices (ask prices for primary market
purchases) for comparable securities, (b) by appraising the value of the Secu-
rities on the bid side (ask side for primary market purchases) of the market
or (c) by any combination of the above. For foreign Securities the aggregate
underlying value of the Securities during the initial offering period is com-
puted on the basis of the offering side value of the relevant currency ex-
change rate expressed in U.S. dollars as of the Evaluation Time. After the
initial offering period has ended, the aggregate underlying value of the for-
eign Securities is computed on the basis of the bid side value of the relevant
currency exchange rate expressed in U.S. dollars as of the Evaluation Time.

  Except in those cases in which the Securities are listed on a national or
foreign securities exchange or The NASDAQ Stock Market, Inc., and the closing
sales prices are used and except for Trust Fund Evaluations required by the
Indenture in determining Redemption Price, during the initial offering period,
the evaluations of the Securities shall generally be made in the manner de-
scribed above based on the closing ask or offering prices of the Securities
rather than the closing bid prices and on current offering side exchange
rates.

  With respect to any Security not listed on a foreign or U.S. securities ex-
change or The NASDAQ Stock Market, Inc. or, with respect to a Security so
listed but in the unusual circumstance in which the Evaluator deems the clos-
ing sale price on the relevant exchange to be inappropriate as a basis for
valuation, upon the Evaluator's request, the Sponsor shall, from time to time,
designate one or more evaluation services or other sources of information on
which the Evaluator shall be authorized conclusively to rely in evaluating
such Security, and the Evaluator shall have no liability for any errors in the
information so received. The cost thereof shall be an expense reimbursable to
the Trustee from the Income and Capital Accounts.

Distributions of Units to the Public

  Nuveen, in addition to being the Sponsor, is the sole Underwriter of the
Units. It is the intention of the Sponsor to qualify Units of the Trusts for
sale under the laws of substantially all of the states of the United States of
America.

  Promptly following the deposit of Securities in exchange for Units of the
Trusts, it is the practice of the Sponsor to place all of the Units as collat-
eral for a letter or letters of credit from one or more commercial banks under
an agreement to release such Units from time to time as needed for distribu-
tion. Under such an arrangement the Sponsor pays such banks compensation based
on the then current interest rate. This is a normal warehousing arrangement
during the period of distribution of the Units to public investors. To facili-
tate the handling of transactions, sales of Units shall be limited to transac-
tions involving a minimum of either $1,000 or 100 Units ($500 or nearest whole
number of Units whose value is less than $500 for IRA purchases), whichever is
less. The Sponsor reserves the right to reject, in whole or in part, any order
for the purchase of Units.

  The Sponsor plans to allow a discount to brokers and dealers in connection
with the distribution of Units. The amounts of such discounts are set forth in
Part A of this Prospectus or herein.

  The Sponsor may maintain a secondary market for Units of each Trust. See
"MARKET FOR UNITS."

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  The Sponsor reserves the right to change the amount of the dealer conces-
sions set forth in Part A of this Prospectus from time to time.

  For Units purchased during the initial offering period by Unitholders who
utilize redemption or termination proceeds from other Nuveen-sponsored unit
investment trusts and receive the sales charge applicable for "Rollover Pur-
chases" as described in Part A of the Prospectus, dealers are entitled to re-
ceive the concession applicable for "Rollover Purchases" as provided in Part A
of the Prospectus.

  Initially, for Nuveen Long-Term Sector Portfolios, Nuveen Long-Term Legacy
Portfolios and Arvest Regional ImpactTM Portfolios, the Sponsor plans to allow
a concession to selling dealers in the secondary market of 3.5% of the Public
Offering Price for non-breakpoint purchases of Units in a given transaction.
The concession paid to dealers is reduced or eliminated in connection with
Units sold in transactions to investors that receive reduced sales charges
based on the number of Units sold or in connection with Units sold to Wrap Ac-
count Purchasers and to other investors entitled to the sales charge reduction
applicable for Wrap Account Purchasers (as provided in "PUBLIC OFFERING
PRICE"), as shown below. Commencing with the last day of the month following
the end of the deferred sales charge period, the concession will be 65% of the
then current maximum sales charge at the appropriate breakpoint level.

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
                                                                          %
                                                                     Concessions
        Number of Units*                                              per Unit
        ----------------                                             -----------
        <S>                                                          <C>
        Less than 5,000.............................................    3.50
        5,000 to 9,999..............................................    3.25
        10,000 to 24,999............................................    3.00
        25,000 to 49,999............................................    2.50
        50,000 to 99,999............................................    1.50
        100,000 or more.............................................    0.75
        Wrap Account Purchasers.....................................    0.00
</TABLE>
            --------
            * Sales charge reductions are computed both on a
              dollar basis and on the basis of the number of
              Units purchased, using the equivalent of 5,000
              Units to $50,000, 10,000 Units to $100,000 etc.,
              and will be applied on that basis which is more
              favorable to you and may result in a reduction in
              the discount per Unit.

  Volume incentives can be earned as a marketing allowance by Eligible Dealer
Firms who reach cumulative firm sales or sales arrangement levels of a speci-
fied dollar amount of Nuveen unit trusts sold in the primary or secondary mar-
ket during any quarter as set forth in the table below. For purposes of deter-
mining the applicable volume incentive rate for a given quarter, the dollar
amount of all units sold over the current and three previous quarters (the
"Measuring Period") is aggregated. The volume incentive received by the dealer
firm will equal the dollar amount of units sold during the current quarter
times the highest applicable rate for the Measuring Period. For firms that
meet the necessary volume level, volume incentives may be given on all appli-
cable trades originated from or by that firm.

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>
    Total dollar amount sold
     over Measuring Period                            Volume Incentive
   --------------------------                 --------------------------------
   <S>                                        <C>
   $ 5,000,000 to $ 9,999,999                 0.10% of current quarter sales
   $10,000,000 to $19,999,999                 0.125% of current quarter sales
   $20,000,000 to $49,999,999                 0.1375% of current quarter sales
   $50,000,000 or more                        0.15% of current quarter sales
</TABLE>

Only sales through the Sponsor qualify for volume incentives and for meeting
minimum requirements. The Sponsor reserves the right to modify or change the
volume incentive schedule at any time and make the determination as to which
firms qualify for the marketing allowance and the amount paid.

  Firms are not entitled to receive any dealer concession or volume incentives
for any sales made to investors which qualified as Discounted Purchases (as
defined in "PUBLIC OFFERING PRICE") during the primary or secondary market.
(See "PUBLIC OFFERING PRICE.")

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Ownership and Transfer of Units

  The ownership of Units is evidenced by book entry positions recorded on the
books and records of the Trustee. Ownership of Units will not be evidenced by
registered Certificates. The Trustee is authorized to treat as the owner of
Units that person who at the time is registered as such on the books of the
Trustee. Units may be held in denominations of one Unit or any multiple or
fraction thereof. Fractions of Units are computed to three decimal places.
Unitholders will receive a Book Entry Position Confirmation reflecting their
ownership.

  Units are transferable by making a written request to the Trustee, The Bank
of New York, at 101 Barclay Street, New York, NY 10286, properly endorsed or
accompanied by a written instrument or instruments of transfer. Each
Unitholder must sign such written request or transfer instrument, exactly as
his name appears on the Book Entry Position Confirmation(s) relating to the
Units to be transferred. Such signature(s) must be guaranteed by a guarantor
acceptable to the Trustee. In certain instances the Trustee may require addi-
tional documents such as, but not limited to, trust instruments, certificates
of death, appointments as executor or administrator or certificates of corpo-
rate authority.

Redemption

  Unitholders may redeem all or a portion of their Units by (1) making a writ-
ten request for such redemption (book entry Unitholders may use the redemption
form on the reverse side of their Book Entry Position Confirmation) to the
Trustee at 101 Barclay Street, New York, NY 10286 (redemptions of 1,000 Units
or more will require a signature guarantee), and (2) payment of applicable
governmental charges, if any. (See "OWNERSHIP AND TRANSFER OF UNITS.") No re-
demption fee will be charged. A Unitholder may authorize the Trustee to honor
telephone instructions for the redemption of Units held in book entry form.
The proceeds of Units redeemed by telephone will be sent by check either to
the Unitholder at the address specified on his account or to a financial in-
stitution specified by the Unitholder for credit to the account of the
Unitholder. A Unitholder wishing to use this method of redemption must com-
plete a Telephone Redemption Authorization Form and furnish the Form to the
Trustee. Telephone Redemption Authorization Forms can be obtained from a
Unitholder's registered representative or by calling the Trustee. Once the
completed Form is on file, the Trustee will honor telephone redemption re-
quests by any authorized person. The time a telephone redemption request is
received determines the "date of tender" as discussed below. The redemption
proceeds will be mailed within three business days following the telephone re-
demption request. Only Units held in the name of individuals may be redeemed
by telephone; accounts registered in broker name, or accounts of corporations
or fiduciaries (including among others, trustees, guardians, executors and ad-
ministrators) may not use the telephone redemption privilege.

  On the third business day following the date of tender, the Unitholder will
be entitled to receive in cash for each Unit tendered an amount equal to the
Unit Value of such Trust determined by the Trustee, as of 4:00 p.m. eastern
time, or as of any earlier closing time on a day on which the Exchange is
scheduled in advance to close at such earlier time, on the date of tender as
defined hereafter ("Redemption Price"). During the period ending with the ear-
lier of six months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the end of the initial
offering period, the Redemption Price per Unit includes estimated organization
costs per Unit. After such period, the Redemption Price will not include such
estimated organization costs. See "Risk/Return Summary--Fees and Expenses" in
Part A of the Prospectus. The price received upon redemption may be more or
less than the amount paid by the Unitholder depending on the value of the Se-
curities on the date of tender. Units subject to a deferred sales charge which
are tendered for redemption prior to such time as the entire deferred sales
charge on such Units has been collected will be assessed the amount of the re-
maining deferred sales charge at the time of redemption. However, if so pro-
vided in Part A of the Prospectus, Unitholders who elect to roll their Units
into a new series of the Trust or a trust with a similar investment strategy
during the Mid-term Special Redemption and Liquidation Period or Unithholders
who sell or redeem their Units prior to the Second Year Commencement Date will
not be subject to the Second Year Deferred Sales Charge and accordingly are
only responsible for the remaining First Year Deferred Sales Charge. In addi-
tion, in the event of the death of a Unitholder within the one-year period
prior to redemption, any deferred sales charge remaining at the time of re-
demption shall be waived. Unitholders should check with the Trustee or their
broker to determine the Redemption Price before tendering Units.

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  The "date of tender" is deemed to be the date on which the request for re-
demption of Units is received in proper form by the Trustee, except that a re-
demption request received after 4:00 p.m. eastern time, or as of any earlier
closing time on a day on which the Exchange is scheduled in advance to close
at such earlier time, or on any day on which the Exchange is normally closed,
the date of tender is the next day on which such Exchange is normally open for
trading and such request will be deemed to have been made on such day and the
redemption will be effected at the Redemption Price computed on that day.

  If so provided in Part A of the Prospectus, any Unitholder tendering at
least 1,000 Units of a Trust for redemption or whose Units are worth $10,000
may request by written notice submitted at the time of tender from the Trust-
ee, in lieu of a cash redemption, a distribution of shares of Securities in an
amount and value of Securities per Unit equal to the Redemption Price Per
Unit, as determined as of the evaluation next following tender. In-kind dis-
tributions ("In-Kind Distributions") shall be made by the Trustee through the
distribution of each of the Securities in book-entry form to the account of
the Unitholder's bank or broker/dealer at the Depository Trust Company. An In-
Kind Distribution will be reduced by customary transfer and registration
charges. The tendering Unitholder will receive his pro rata number of whole
shares of each of the Securities comprising a portfolio and cash from the Cap-
ital Account equal to the fractional shares to which the tendering Unitholder
is entitled. The Trustee may adjust the number of shares of any issue of Secu-
rities included in a Unitholder's In-Kind Distribution to facilitate the dis-
tribution of whole shares, such adjustment to be made on the basis of the
value of Securities on the date of tender. If funds in the Capital Account are
insufficient to cover the required cash distribution to the tendering
Unitholder, the Trustee may sell Securities in the manner described below. In-
Kind distributions are not available for foreign securities not traded on a
U.S. securities exchange.

  Under regulations issued by the Internal Revenue Service, the Trustee may be
required to withhold a specified percentage of the principal amount of a Unit
redemption if the Trustee has not been furnished the redeeming Unitholder's
tax identification number in the manner required by such regulations. For fur-
ther information regarding this withholding, see "DISTRIBUTIONS TO
UNITHOLDERS." In the event the Trustee has not been previously provided such
number, one must be provided at the time redemption is requested.

  Any amounts paid on redemption representing income shall be withdrawn from
the Income Account of a Trust to the extent that funds are available for such
purpose, or from the Capital Account. All other amounts paid on redemption
shall be withdrawn from the Capital Account.

  The Trustee is empowered to sell Securities of the Trust in order to make
funds available for redemption. To the extent that Securities are sold, the
size and diversity of the Trust will be reduced. Such sales may be required at
a time when Securities would not otherwise be sold and might result in lower
prices than might otherwise be realized.

  The Redemption Price per Unit during the secondary market will be determined
on the basis of the Unit Value of the Trust as of the Evaluation Time. After
the period ending with the earlier of six months after the Initial Date of De-
posit or the end of the initial offering period, the Redemption Price will not
include estimated organization costs. See "Risk/Return Summary--Fees and Ex-
penses" in Part A of the Prospectus. See "UNIT VALUE AND EVALUATION" for a
more detailed discussion of the factors included in determining Unit Value.
The Redemption Price per Unit will be assessed the amount, if any, of the re-
maining deferred sales charge at the time of redemption.

  The right of redemption may be suspended and payment postponed for any pe-
riod during which the New York Stock Exchange is closed, other than for cus-
tomary weekend and holiday closings, or during which the Securities and Ex-
change Commission determines that trading on the New York Stock Exchange is
restricted or any emergency exists, as a result of which disposal or evalua-
tion of the Securities is not reasonably practicable, or for such other peri-
ods as the Securities and Exchange Commission may by order permit. Under cer-
tain extreme circumstances, the Sponsor may apply to the Securities and Ex-
change Commission for an order permitting a full or partial suspension of the
right of Unitholders to redeem their Units. The Trustee is not liable to any
person in any way for any loss or damage which may result from any such sus-
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Special Redemption, Liquidation and Investment in a New Trust

  If so provided in Part A of the Prospectus for applicable Strategy Trusts,
it is expected that a special redemption and liquidation will be made of all
Units of a Trust held by any Unitholder (a "Rollover Unitholder") who affirma-
tively notifies the Trustee in writing by the appropriate Rollover Notifica-
tion Date specified in "Rollover Trusts" in Part A of this Prospectus that he
or she desires to participate as a Rollover Unitholder.

  All Units of Rollover Unitholders will be redeemed In-Kind during the appro-
priate Special Redemption and Liquidation Period as determined by the Sponsor
and the underlying Securities will be distributed to the Distribution Agent
(currently the Trustee) on behalf of the Rollover Unitholders. During the ap-
propriate Special Redemption and Liquidation Period (as set forth in "Rollover
Trusts" in Part A of the Prospectus), the Distribution Agent will be required
to sell all of the underlying Securities on behalf of Rollover Unitholders.
The sales proceeds will be net of brokerage fees, governmental charges or any
expenses involved in the sales.

  The Distribution Agent may engage the Sponsor, as its agent, or other bro-
kers to sell the distributed Securities. The Securities will be sold as
quickly as is practicable during the appropriate Special Redemption and Liqui-
dation Period. The Sponsor does not anticipate that the period will be longer
than one or two days, given that the Securities are usually highly liquid. The
liquidity of any Security depends on the daily trading volume of the Security
and the amount that the Sponsor has available for sale on any particular day.

  The Rollover Unitholders' proceeds will be invested in a New Trust or a
trust with a similar investment strategy (as selected by the Unitholder), if
then registered and being offered. The proceeds of redemption will be used to
buy New Trust units as the proceeds become available. Any Rollover Unitholder
may thus be redeemed out of a Trust and become a holder of an entirely differ-
ent trust, a New Trust, with a different portfolio of Securities. In accor-
dance with the Rollover Unitholders' offer to purchase the New Trust units,
the proceeds of the sales (and any other cash distributed upon redemption) are
expected to be invested in a New Trust, at the public offering price, includ-
ing the applicable transactional sales charge per Unit specified in Part A of
that trust's Prospectus.

  The Sponsor intends to create the New Trust units as quickly as possible,
depending upon the availability and reasonably favorable prices of the Securi-
ties included in a New Trust portfolio, and it is intended that Rollover
Unitholders will be given first priority to purchase the New Trust units. The
Sponsor may also permit Rollover Unitholders to elect to have their proceeds
invested in a trust with a similar investment strategy, if such trust is then
registered in the Unitholder's state of residence and being offered. There can
be no assurance, however, as to the exact timing of the creation of the New
Trust units or the aggregate number of New Trust units which the Sponsor will
create. The Sponsor may, in its sole discretion, stop creating new units
(whether permanently or temporarily) at any time it chooses, regardless of
whether all proceeds of the Special Redemption and Liquidation have been in-
vested on behalf of Rollover Unitholders. Cash which has not been invested on
behalf of the Rollover Unitholders in New Trust units will be distributed
within a reasonable time after such occurrence. However, since the Sponsor can
create units, the Sponsor anticipates that sufficient units can be created,
although moneys in a New Trust may not be fully invested on the next business
day.

  The process of redemption, liquidation, and investment in a New Trust is in-
tended to allow for the fact that the portfolios selected by the Sponsor are
chosen on the basis of growth potential only for the life of the Trust, at
which point a new portfolio is chosen. A similar process of redemption, liqui-
dation and investment in a New Trust may be available prior to the Mandatory
Termination Date of the Trust.

  It should also be noted that Rollover Unitholders may realize taxable capi-
tal gains on the Special Redemption and Liquidation but, in certain circum-
stances, will not be entitled to a deduction for certain capital losses and,
due to the procedures for investing in a New Trust, no cash would be distrib-
uted at that time to pay any taxes. Included in the cash for the applicable
Special Redemption and Liquidation may be an amount of cash attributable to a
Unitholder's final distribution of dividend income; accordingly, Rollover
Unitholders also will not have cash from this source distributed to pay any
taxes. (See

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"TAX STATUS.") Recently, legislation has been enacted that reduces the maximum
stated marginal tax rate for certain capital gains for investments held for
more than 1 year to 20% (10% in the case of certain taxpayers in the lowest
tax bracket). Potential investors should consult their tax advisors regarding
the potential effect of the Act on their investment in Units. In addition, it
should be noted that legislative proposals are introduced from time to time
that affect tax rates and could affect relative differences at which ordinary
income and capital gains are taxed.

  In addition, during this period a Unitholder will be at risk to the extent
that Securities are not sold and will not have the benefit of any stock appre-
ciation to the extent that moneys have not been invested; for this reason, the
Sponsor will be inclined to sell and purchase the Securities in as short a pe-
riod as it can without materially adversely affecting the price of the Securi-
ties.

  Unitholders who do not inform the Distribution Agent that they wish to have
their Units so redeemed and liquidated ("Remaining Unitholders") will not re-
alize capital gains or losses due to the Special Redemption and Liquidation,
and will not be charged any additional sales charge.

  The Sponsor may for any reason, in its sole discretion, decide not to spon-
sor the New Trusts or any subsequent series of the Trusts, without penalty or
incurring liability to any Unitholder. If the Sponsor so decides, the Sponsor
shall notify the Unitholders before the appropriate Special Redemption and
Liquidation Period. All Unitholders will then be remaining Unitholders, with
rights to ordinary redemption as before. (See "REDEMPTION.") The Sponsor may
modify the terms of the New Trusts or any subsequent series of the Trusts. The
Sponsor may also modify, suspend or terminate the Rollover Option or any ex-
change option without notice except in certain limited circumstances. However,
generally, the termination of the Rollover Option or an exchange option or a
material amendment to such options requires notice of at least 60 days prior
to the effective date of such termination or amendment.

Purchase of Units by the Sponsor

  The Trustee will notify the Sponsor of any tender of Units for redemption.
If the Sponsor's bid in the secondary market at that time equals or exceeds
the Redemption Price it may purchase such Units by notifying the Trustee be-
fore the close of business on the second succeeding business day and by making
payment therefor to the Unitholder not later than the day on which payment
would otherwise have been made by the Trustee. (See "REDEMPTION.") The Spon-
sor's current practice is to bid at the Redemption Price in the secondary mar-
ket. Units held by the Sponsor may be tendered to the Trustee for redemption
as any other Units.

Removal of Securities from the Trusts

  The portfolios of the Trusts are not "managed" by the Sponsor or the Trust-
ee; their activities described herein are governed solely by the provisions of
the Indenture. The Indenture provides that the Sponsor may (but need not) di-
rect the Trustee to dispose of a Security in the following circumstances: (1)
the issuer defaults in the payment of a dividend that has been declared and is
due and payable; (2) any action or proceeding has been instituted restraining
the payment of dividends or there exists any legal question or impediment af-
fecting such Security; (3) the issuer of the Security has breached a covenant
or warranty which would affect the payments of dividends, the credit standing
of the issuer or otherwise impair the sound investment character of the Secu-
rity; (4) the issuer has defaulted on the payment on any other of its out-
standing obligations; (5) the price of the Security declined to such an extent
or other such credit factors exist so that in the opinion of the Sponsor, the
retention of such Securities would be detrimental to a Trust; (6) all Securi-
ties in the Trust will be sold pursuant to the Trust's termination; (7) the
sale of Securities is required when Units are tendered for redemption; (8) the
sale of Securities is necessary to maintain the Trust as a "regulated invest-
ment company" if the Trust has made such election; (9) there has been a public
tender offer made to a Security or a merger or acquisition is announced af-
fecting a Security, and that in the Sponsor's opinion the sale or tender of
the Security is in the best interest of Unitholders; or (10) for such other
reasons provided in the Prospectus or the Indenture. Except as stated in this
Prospectus, the acquisition by a Trust of any securities or other property
other than the Securities is prohibited. Pursuant to the Indenture and with
limited exceptions, the Trustee may sell any securities or other property ac-
quired in exchange for Securities such as those

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acquired in connection with a merger or other transaction. If offered such new
or exchanged securities or properties, the Trustee shall reject the offer. How-
ever, in the event such securities or property are nonetheless acquired by a
Trust, they may be accepted for deposit in a Trust and either sold by the
Trustee or held in a Trust pursuant to the direction of the Sponsor. Proceeds
from the sale of Securities by the Trustee are credited to the Capital Account
of a Trust for distribution to Unitholders or to meet redemptions.

  The Trustee may also sell Securities designated by the Sponsor, or if not so
directed, in its own discretion, for the purpose of redeeming Units of a Trust
tendered for redemption and the payment of expenses.

  The Sponsor, in designating Securities to be sold by the Trustee, will gener-
ally make selections in order to maintain, to the extent practicable, the pro-
portionate relationship among the number of shares of individual issues of Se-
curities. To the extent this is not practicable, the composition and diversity
of the Securities may be altered. In order to obtain the best price for a
Trust, it may be necessary for the Sponsor to specify minimum amounts (gener-
ally 100 shares) in which blocks of Securities are to be sold. The Sponsor may
consider sales of Units of unit investment trusts which it sponsors in making
recommendations to the Trustee as to the selection of broker/dealers to execute
a Trust's portfolio transactions.

Information about the Trustee

  The Trustee is The Bank of New York, a trust company organized under the laws
of New York. The Bank of New York has its Unit Investment Trust Division of-
fices at 101 Barclay Street, New York, New York 10286, telephone 1-800-742-
8860. The Bank of New York is subject to supervision and examination by the Su-
perintendent of Banks of the State of New York and the Board of Governors of
the Federal Reserve System, and its deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation to the extent permitted by law.

Limitations on Liabilities of Sponsor and Trustee

  The Sponsor and the Trustee shall be under no liability to Unitholders for
taking any action or for refraining from any action in good faith pursuant to
the Indenture, or for errors in judgment, but shall be liable only for their
own negligence, lack of good faith or willful misconduct. The Trustee shall not
be liable for depreciation or loss incurred by reason of the sale by the
Trustee of any of the Securities. In the event of the failure of the Sponsor to
act under the Indenture, the Trustee may act thereunder and shall not be liable
for any action taken by it in good faith under the Indenture.

  The Trustee shall not be liable for any taxes or other governmental charges
imposed upon or in respect of the Securities or upon the interest thereon or
upon it as Trustee under the Indenture or upon or in respect of any Trust which
the Trustee may be required to pay under any present or future law of the
United States of America or of any other taxing authority having jurisdiction.
In addition, the Indenture contains other customary provisions limiting the li-
ability of the Trustee.

Successor Trustees and Sponsors

  The Trustee or any successor trustee may resign by executing an instrument of
resignation in writing and filing same with the Sponsor and mailing a copy of a
notice of resignation to all Unitholders then of record. Upon receiving such
notice, the Sponsor is required to promptly appoint a successor trustee. If the
Trustee becomes incapable of acting or is adjudged a bankrupt or insolvent, or
a receiver or other public officer shall take charge of its property or af-
fairs, the Sponsor may remove the Trustee and appoint a successor by written
instrument. The resignation or removal of a trustee and the appointment of a
successor trustee shall become effective only when the successor trustee ac-
cepts its appointment as such. Any successor trustee shall be a corporation au-
thorized to exercise corporate trust powers, having capital, surplus and undi-
vided profits of not less than $5,000,000. Any corporation into which a trustee
may be merged or with which it may be consolidated, or any corporation result-
ing from any merger or consolidation to which a trustee shall be a party, shall
be the successor trustee.

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  If upon resignation of a trustee no successor has been appointed and has ac-
cepted the appointment within 30 days after notification, the retiring trustee
may apply to a court of competent jurisdiction for the appointment of a succes-
sor.

  If the Sponsor fails to undertake any of its duties under the Indenture, and
no express provision is made for action by the Trustee in such event, the
Trustee may, in addition to its other powers under the Indenture (1) appoint a
successor sponsor or (2) terminate the Indenture and liquidate the Trusts.

Information about the Sponsor

  Since our founding in 1898, Nuveen has been synonymous with investments that
withstand the test of time. Today, we offer a broad range of investments de-
signed for investors seeking to build and sustain their wealth. More than 1.5
million investors have entrusted Nuveen to help them maintain the lifestyle
they currently enjoy.

  To meet the unique circumstances and financial planning needs of our invest-
ors, Nuveen offers a wide array of taxable and tax-free investment products--
including equity and fixed-income mutual funds, defined portfolios, exchange-
traded funds, customized asset management services and cash management prod-
ucts.

  Nuveen is a subsidiary of The John Nuveen Company which, in turn, is approxi-
mately 78% owned by the St. Paul Companies, Inc. ("St. Paul"). St. Paul is lo-
cated in St. Paul, Minnesota and is principally engaged in providing property-
liability insurance through subsidiaries. Nuveen is a member of the National
Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. and the Securities Industry Association
and has its principal offices located in Chicago (333 West Wacker Drive).

  To help advisors and investors better understand and more efficiently use an
investment in the Trusts to reach their investment goals, the Sponsor may ad-
vertise and create specific investment programs and systems. For example, such
activities may include presenting information on how to use an investment in
the Trust, alone or in combination with an investment in other mutual funds or
unit investment trusts sponsored by Nuveen, to accumulate assets for future ed-
ucation needs or periodic payments such as insurance premiums. The Sponsor may
produce software or additional sales literature to promote the advantages of
using the Trusts to meet these and other specific investor needs.

  In advertising and sales literature, the Sponsor may provide or compare the
performance of a given investment strategy, sector trust, collection of Trusts
or a Trust sponsored by the Sponsor with that of, or reflect the performance
of: (1) the Consumer Price Index; (2) equity unit trusts of the Sponsor or
other unit trust providers; (3) equity mutual funds or mutual fund indices as
reported by various independent services which monitor the performance of mu-
tual funds, or other industry or financial publications such as Barron's,
Changing Times, Forbes and Money Magazine; (4) the S&P 500 Index, Dow Jones In-
dustrial Average ("DJIA"), Nasdaq-100 Index or other unmanaged indices and in-
vestment strategies; and/or (5) any combination of indices including the S&P
500, DJIA or Nasdaq-100 Index. Advertisements involving these indices, invest-
ments or strategies may reflect performance over different periods of time by
means of aggregate, average, year-by-year, or other types of total return and
performance figures. Any given performance quotation or performance comparison
should not be considered as representative of the performance of the Trusts for
any future period. Such advertising may also reflect the standard deviation or
beta of the index, investment or strategy returns for any period. The calcula-
tion of standard deviation is sometimes referred to as the "Sharpe measure" of
return.

Information about the Evaluator

  The Trustee will serve as Evaluator of the Trusts. The Sponsor may replace
the Trustee as Evaluator during the life of the Trusts.

  The Evaluator may resign or may be removed by the Sponsor or the Trustee, in
which event the Sponsor and the Trustee are to use their best efforts to ap-
point a satisfactory successor. Such resignation or removal shall become effec-
tive upon the acceptance of appointment by the successor Evaluator. If

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upon resignation of the Evaluator no successor has accepted appointment within
30 days after notice of resignation, the Evaluator may apply to a court of com-
petent jurisdiction for the appointment of a successor.

  The Trustee, Sponsor and Unitholders may rely on any evaluation furnished by
the Evaluator and shall have no responsibility for the accuracy thereof. Deter-
minations by the Evaluator under the Indenture shall be made in good faith upon
the basis of the best information available to it, provided, however, that the
Evaluator shall be under no liability to the Trustee, Sponsor or Unitholders
for errors in judgment. This provision shall not protect the Evaluator in any
case of willful misfeasance, bad faith, gross negligence or reckless disregard
of its obligations and duties.

FORTUNE License Agreement

  The Nuveen-FORTUNE America's Most Admired Companies Portfolio (the "Product")
is not sponsored, endorsed, sold or promoted by FORTUNE Magazine ("Fortune").
Fortune makes no representation or warranty, express or implied, to the owners
of the Product or any member of the public regarding the advisability of in-
vesting in securities generally or in the Product particularly. Fortune's only
relationship to the Licensee is the licensing of certain trademarks and trade
names of Fortune and the America's Most Admired Companies list. This list is
determined and composed by Fortune without regard to the Licensee or the Prod-
uct. Fortune has no obligation to take the needs of the Licensee or the owners
of the Product into consideration in determining, composing or calculating the
Fortune Most Admired Companies list. Fortune is not responsible for and has not
participated in the determination of the prices and amount of the Product or
the timing of the issuance or sale of the Product or in the determination or
calculation of the equation by which the Product is to be converted into cash.
Fortune has no obligation or liability in connection with the administration,
marketing or trading of the Product.

  FORTUNE MAKES NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO RESULTS TO BE OBTAINED
BY LICENSEE, OWNERS OF THE PRODUCT, OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY FROM THE USE
OF THE AMERICA'S MOST ADMIRED COMPANIES LIST. FORTUNE MAKES NO EXPRESS OR IM-
PLIED WARRANTIES, AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE WITH RESPECT TO THE AMERICA'S MOST AD-
MIRED COMPANIES LIST. WITHOUT LIMITING ANY OF THE FOREGOING, IN NO EVENT SHALL
FORTUNE HAVE ANY LIABILITY FOR ANY SPECIAL, PUNITIVE, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUEN-
TIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING LOST PROFITS), EVEN IF NOTIFIED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
SUCH DAMAGES.

STANDARD & POOR'S Licensing Agreement

  The GEMS 30 Portfolio and the Nuveen--Standard & Poor's Quality Buyback Port-
folio are not sponsored, endorsed, sold or promoted by Standard & Poor's, a di-
vision of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. ("S&P"). S&P makes no representation
or warranty, express or implied, to the owners of a Trust or any member of the
public regarding the advisability of investing in securities generally or in a
Trust particularly or the ability of the S&P 500 Index to track general stock
market performance. S&P's only relationship to the Licensee is the licensing of
certain trademarks and trade names of S&P and of the S&P 500 Index which is de-
termined, composed and calculated by S&P without regard to the Licensee or a
Trust. S&P has no obligation to take the needs of the Licensee or the owners of
a Trust into consideration in determining, composing or calculating the S&P 500
Index. S&P is not responsible for and has not participated in the determination
of the prices and amount of a Trust or the timing of the issuance or sale of a
Trust or in the determination or calculation of the equation by which a Trust
is to be converted into cash. S&P has no obligation or liability in connection
with the administration, marketing or trading of a Trust.

  S&P DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE ACCURACY AND/OR THE COMPLETENESS OF THE S&P 500
INDEX OF ANY DATA INCLUDED THEREIN AND S&P SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY ER-
RORS, OMISSIONS, OR INTERRUPTIONS THEREIN. S&P MAKES NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, AS TO RESULTS TO BE OBTAINED BY LICENSEE, OWNERS OF A TRUST, OR ANY
OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY FROM THE USE OF THE S&P 500 INDEX OR ANY DATA INCLUDED
THEREIN. S&P MAKES NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS
ALL WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE
WITH RESPECT TO THE S&P 500

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INDEX OR ANY DATA INCLUDED THEREIN. WITHOUT LIMITING ANY OF THE FOREGOING, IN
NO EVENT SHALL S&P HAVE ANY LIABILITY FOR ANY SPECIAL, PUNITIVE, INDIRECT, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING LOST PROFITS), EVEN IF NOTIFIED OF THE POSSI-
BILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.

DOW JONES & COMPANY, INC. Licensing Agreement

  The GEMS 30 Portfolio is not sponsored, endorsed, sold or promoted by Dow
Jones & Company, Inc. ("Dow Jones"). Dow Jones makes no representation or war-
ranty, express or implied, to the owners of the Trust or any member of the
public regarding the advisability of investing in securities generally or in
the Trust particularly. Dow Jones' only relationship to the Sponsor is the li-
censing of certain trademarks, trade names and service marks of Dow Jones and
of the Dow Jones Industrial AverageSM, which is determined, composed and cal-
culated by Dow Jones without regard to the Sponsor or the Trust. Dow Jones has
no obligation to take the needs of the Sponsor or the owners of the Trust into
consideration in determining, composing or calculating the Dow Jones Indus-
trial AverageSM. Dow Jones is not responsible for and has not participated in
the determination of the timing of, prices at, or quantities of the Trust to
be issued or in the determination or calculation of the equation by which the
Trust is to be converted into cash. Dow Jones has no obligation or liability
in connection with the administration, marketing or trading of the Trust.

  DOW JONES DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE ACCURACY AND/OR THE COMPLETENESS OF THE DOW
JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGESM OR ANY DATA INCLUDED THEREIN AND DOW JONES SHALL
HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR INTERRUPTIONS THEREIN. DOW
JONES MAKES NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO RESULTS TO BE OBTAINED BY
THE DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGESM OR ANY DATA INCLUDED THEREIN. DOW JONES
MAKES NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRAN-
TIES, OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE WITH RE-
SPECT TO THE DOWN JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGESM OR ANY DATA INCLUDED THEREIN.
WITHOUT LIMITING ANY OF THE FOREGOING, IN NO EVENT SHALL DOW JONES HAVE ANY
LIABILITY FOR ANY LOST PROFITS OR INDIRECT, PUNITIVE, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OR LOSSES, EVEN IF NOTIFIED OF THE POSSIBILITY THEREOF.

NASDAQ-100(R) Index Licensing Agreement

  The Sponsor has entered into a license agreement with The Nasdaq Stock Mar-
ket, Inc. (the "License Agreement"), under which the GEM 30 Portfolio (through
the Sponsor) is granted a license to use the trademarks, service marks and
trade names "Nasdaq," "Nasdaq-100," and "Nasdaq-100 Index" solely in materials
relating to the creation and issuance, marketing and promotion of the Trust
and in accordance with any applicable federal and state securities law to in-
dicate the source of the Nasdaq-100 Index as a basis for determining the com-
position of the Trust's portfolio. As consideration for the grant of the li-
cense, the Trust will pay to The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc. an annual fee. If
the Nasdaq-100 Index ceases to be compiled or made available or the antici-
pated correlation between the Trust and the Nasdaq-100 Index is not main-
tained, the Sponsor may direct that the Trust continue to be operated using
the Nasdaq-100 Index as it existed on the last date on which it was available
or may direct that the Indenture be terminated.

  Neither the Trust nor the Unitholders are entitled to any rights whatsoever
under the foregoing licensing arrangements or to use any of the covered trade-
marks or to use the Nasdaq-100 Index, except as specifically described herein
or as may be specified in the Indenture or the License Agreement.

  The Trust is not sponsored, endorsed, sold or promoted by The Nasdaq Stock
Market, Inc. (including its affiliates) (the "Corporation"). The Corporations
have not passed on the legality or suitability of, or the accuracy or adequacy
of descriptions and disclosures relating to, the Trust or Units of the Trust.
The Corporations make no representation or warranty, express or implied to the
owners of Units of the Trust or any member of the public regarding the advis-
ability of investing in Securities generally or in Units of the Trust particu-
larly or the ability of the Nasdaq-100 Index to track general stock market
performance. The Corporations' only relationship to the Sponsor ("Licensee")
and the Trust is in the licensing of certain trademarks, service marks, and
trade names of the Corporations and the use of the

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Nasdaq-100 Index which is determined, composed and calculated by Nasdaq without
regard to the Licensee, the Trust or Unitholders of the Trust. Nasdaq has no
obligation to take the needs of the Licensee or the owners of the Trust into
consideration in determining, composing or calculating the Nasdaq-100 Index.
The Corporations are not responsible for and have not participated in the de-
termination of the timing, prices, or quantities of the Units of the Trust to
be issued or in the determination or calculation of the equation by which the
Units of the Trust are to be converted into cash. The Corporations have no lia-
bility in connection with the administration of the Trust, marketing or trading
of Units of the Trust.

  THE CORPORATIONS DO NOT GUARANTEE THE ACCURACY AND/OR UNINTERRUPTED
CALCULATION OF THE NASDAQ-100 INDEX OR ANY DATA INCLUDED THEREIN. THE
CORPORATIONS MAKE NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO RESULTS TO BE OBTAINED
BY LICENSEE, OWNERS OF UNITS OF THE TRUST, OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY FROM
THE USE OF THE NASDAQ-100 INDEX OR ANY DATA INCLUDED THEREIN. THE CORPORATIONS
MAKE NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE WITH RESPECT TO THE
NASDAQ-100 INDEX OR ANY DATA INCLUDED THEREIN. WITHOUT LIMITING ANY OF THE
FOREGOING, IN NO EVENT SHALL THE CORPORATIONS HAVE ANY LIABILITY FOR ANY LOST
PROFITS OR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
EVEN IF NOTIFIED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.

Other Information

Amendment of Indenture

  The Indenture may be amended by the Trustee and the Sponsor without the con-
sent of any of the Unitholders (1) to cure any ambiguity or to correct or sup-
plement any provision thereof which may be defective or inconsistent, or (2) to
make such other provisions as shall not adversely affect the Unitholders, pro-
vided, however, that the Indenture may not be amended, without the consent of
100% of the Unitholders, to permit the deposit or acquisition of securities ei-
ther in addition to, or in substitution for any of the Securities initially de-
posited in any Trust except as stated in "NUVEEN DEFINED PORTFOLIOS" or "COMPO-
SITION OF TRUSTS" regarding the creation of additional Units and the limited
right of substitution of Replacement Securities, except for the substitution of
refunding securities under certain circumstances or except as otherwise pro-
vided in this Prospectus or the Indenture. The Trustee shall advise the
Unitholders of any amendment requiring the consent of Unitholders, or upon re-
quest of the Sponsor, promptly after execution thereof.

Termination of Indenture

  The Trust may be liquidated at any time by an instrument executed by the
Sponsor and consented to by 66 2/3% of the Units of the Trust then outstanding.
The Trust may also be liquidated by the Trustee when the value of such Trust,
as shown by any evaluation, is less than 20% of the total value of the Securi-
ties deposited in the Trust as of the conclusion of the primary offering period
and may be liquidated by the Trustee in the event that Units not yet sold ag-
gregating more than 60% of the Units originally created are tendered for re-
demption by the Sponsor. The sale of Securities from the Trust upon termination
may result in realization of a lesser amount than might otherwise be realized
if such sale were not required at such time. For this reason, among others, the
amount realized by a Unitholder upon termination may be less than the amount of
Securities originally represented by the Units held by such Unitholder. The In-
denture will terminate upon the redemption, sale or other disposition of the
last Security held thereunder, but in no event shall it continue beyond the
Mandatory Termination Date set forth under "General Information--Termination"
in Part A of this Prospectus.

  Commencing on the Mandatory Termination Date, Securities will begin to be
sold in connection with the termination of a Trust. The Sponsor will determine
the manner, timing and execution of the sale of the Securities. Written notice
of the termination of a Trust specifying the time or times at which Unitholders
may surrender their certificates for cancellation shall be given by the Trustee
to each Unitholder at his address appearing on the registration books of such
Trust maintained by the Trustee. Unitholders not electing a distribution of
shares of Securities and who do not elect the Rollover Option

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(if applicable) will receive a cash distribution from the sale of the remaining
Securities within a reasonable time after the Trust is terminated. Regardless
of the distribution involved, the Trustee will deduct from the funds of a Trust
any accrued costs, expenses, advances or indemnities provided by the Indenture,
including estimated compensation of the Trustee and costs of liquidation and
any amounts required as a reserve to provide for payment of any applicable
taxes or other governmental charges. Trustee will then distribute to each
Unitholder his pro rata share of the balance of the Income and Capital Ac-
counts.

Legal Opinion

  The legality of the Units offered hereby has been passed upon by Chapman and
Cutler, 111 West Monroe Street, Chicago, Illinois 60603. Winston & Strawn, 200
Park Avenue, New York, New York 10166-4193, has acted as counsel for the
Trustee with respect to the Series.

Auditors

  The "Statement of Condition" and "Schedule of Investments" at the Initial
Date of Deposit included in Part A of this Prospectus have been audited by Ar-
thur Andersen LLP, independent public accountants, as indicated in their report
in Part A of this Prospectus, and are included herein in reliance upon the au-
thority of said firm as experts in giving said report.

Code of Ethics

  The Sponsor and the Trusts have adopted a code of ethics requiring the Spon-
sor's employees who have access to information on Trust transactions to report
personal securities transactions. The purpose of the code is to avoid potential
conflicts of interest and to prevent fraud, deception or misconduct with re-
spect to the Trusts.

Supplemental Information

  Upon written or telephonic request to the Trustee, investors will receive at
no cost to the investor supplemental information about this Trust, which has
been filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and is intended to sup-
plement information contained in Part A and Part B of this Prospectus. This
supplement includes additional general information about the Sponsor and the
Trusts.

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[LOGO NUVEEN DEFINED PORTFOLIOS]
                            NUVEEN EQUITY PORTFOLIO
                              PROSPECTUS -- PART B

                                January 17, 2001

                              Sponsor       Nuveen Investments
                                            333 West Wacker Drive
                                            Chicago, IL 60606-1286
                                            Telephone: 312-917-7700


                              Trustee       The Bank of New York
                                            101 Barclay Street
                                            New York, NY 10286
                                            Telephone: 800-742-8860


                        Legal Counsel       Chapman and Cutler
                                            111 West Monroe Street
                                            Chicago, IL 60603


                          Independent       Arthur Andersen LLP
                   Public Accountants       33 West Monroe Street
                       for the Trusts       Chicago, IL 60603

  This Prospectus does not contain complete information about the Nuveen Unit
Trusts filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, DC un-
der the Securities Act of 1933 and the Investment Company Act of 1940.

  More information about the Trusts, including the code of ethics adopted by
the Sponsor and the Nuveen Unit Trusts, can be found in the Commission's Public
Reference Room. Information about the operation of the Public Reference Room
may be obtained by calling the Commission at 1-202-942-8090. Portfolio informa-
tion is also available on the EDGAR Database on the Commission's website at
http://www.sec.gov, or may be obtained at prescribed rates by sending an e-mail
request to [email protected] or by writing to the Commission's Public Refer-
ence Section at 450 Fifth Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20549-0102.

  No person is authorized to give any information or representation about a
Trust not contained in Parts A or B of this Prospectus or the Information Sup-
plement, and you should not rely on any other information.

  When Units of a Trust are no longer available or for investors who will rein-
vest into subsequent series of a Trust, this Prospectus may be used as a pre-
liminary Prospectus for a future series. If this is the case, investors should
note the following:

    1. Information in this Prospectus is not complete and may be changed;

    2. We may not sell these securities until the registration statement
  filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission is effective; and

    3. This Prospectus is not an offer to sell the securities of a future
  series and is not soliciting an offer to buy such securities in any state
  where the offer or sale is not permitted.

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                   NUVEEN UNIT TRUSTS INFORMATION SUPPLEMENT

                               January 17, 2001

                        NUVEEN UNIT TRUSTS, SERIES 114

     The Information Supplement provides additional information concerning the
structure and operations of a Nuveen Unit Trust not found in the prospectuses
for the Trusts. This Information Supplement is not a prospectus and does not
include all of the information that a prospective investor should consider
before investing in a Trust. This Information Supplement should be read in
conjunction with the prospectus for the Trust in which an investor is
considering investing ("Prospectus"). Copies of the Prospectus can be obtained
by calling or writing the Trustee at The Bank of New York, 101 Barclay Street,
New York, NY 10286 (800-742-8860). This Information Supplement has been
created to supplement information contained in the Prospectus.

     This Information Supplement is dated January 17, 2001. Capitalized terms
have been defined in the Prospectus.

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                               TABLE OF CONTENTS

Accumulation Plan

Information About the Sponsor

Risk Factors
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Accumulation Plan

     The Sponsor, Nuveen Investments (''Nuveen''), is also the principal
underwriter of the Accumulation Funds listed in the following table. Each of
these funds is an open-end, diversified management investment company into which
Unitholders may choose to reinvest Trust distributions automatically, without
any sales charge. Unitholders may reinvest both interest and capital
distributions or capital distributions only. Each Accumulation Fund has
investment objectives which differ in certain respects from those of the Trusts
and may invest in securities which would not be eligible for deposit in the
Trusts. The investment adviser to each Accumulation Fund is a wholly-owned
subsidiary of the Sponsor. Unitholders should contact their financial adviser or
the Sponsor to determine which of the Accumulation Funds they may reinvest into,
as reinvestment in certain of the Accumulation Funds may be restricted to
residents of a particular state or states. Unitholders may obtain a prospectus
for each Accumulation Fund through their financial adviser or through the
Sponsor at (800) 742-8860. For a more detailed description, Unitholders should
read the prospectus of the Accumulation Fund in which they are interested.

     The following is a complete list of the Accumulation Funds currently
available, as of the Date of Deposit of this Prospectus, to Unitholders under
the Accumulation Plan. The list of available Accumulation Funds is subject to
change without the consent of any of the Unitholders.

Accumulation Funds

Mutual Funds

Nuveen Flagship Municipal Trust

     Nuveen Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Insured Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship All-American Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Limited Term Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Intermediate Municipal Bond Fund

Nuveen Flagship Multistate Trust I

     Nuveen Flagship Arizona Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Colorado Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Florida Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Florida Intermediate Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Maryland Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship New Mexico Municipal Bond Fund

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     Nuveen Flagship Pennsylvania Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Virginia Municipal Bond Fund

Nuveen Flagship Multistate Trust II

     Nuveen California Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen California Insured Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Connecticut Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Massachusetts Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Massachusetts Insured Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship New Jersey Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship New Jersey Intermediate Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship New York Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen New York Insured Municipal Bond Fund

Nuveen Flagship Multistate Trust III

     Nuveen Flagship Alabama Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Georgia Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Louisiana Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship North Carolina Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship South Carolina Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Tennessee Municipal Bond Fund

Nuveen Flagship Multistate Trust IV

     Nuveen Flagship Kansas Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Kentucky Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Kentucky Limited Term Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Michigan Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Missouri Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Ohio Municipal Bond Fund
     Nuveen Flagship Wisconsin Municipal Bond Fund

Flagship Utility Income Fund

Nuveen Municipal Money Market Fund, Inc.

Nuveen Taxable Funds, Inc.

Nuveen Dividend and Growth Fund

Nuveen Investment Trust

     Nuveen Growth and Income Stock Fund
     Nuveen Balanced Stock and Bond Fund
     Nuveen Balanced Municipal and Stock Fund
     Nuveen European Value Fund

Nuveen Investment Trust II

     Nuveen Rittenhouse Growth Fund
     Nuveen Innovation Fund
     Nuveen International Growth Fund

Nuveen Investment Trust III

     Nuveen Income Fund

Money Market Funds

     Nuveen California Tax-Free Money Market Fund
     Nuveen Massachusetts Tax-Free Money Market Fund


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     Nuveen New York Tax-Free Money Market Fund
     Nuveen Tax-Free Reserves, Inc.
     Nuveen Tax-Exempt Money Market Fund, Inc.

     Each person who purchases Units of a Trust may become a participant in the
Accumulation Plan and elect to have his or her distributions on Units of the
Trust invested directly in shares of one of the Accumulation Funds. Reinvesting
Unitholders may elect any interest distribution plan. Thereafter, each
distribution of interest income or principal on the participant's Units
(principal only in the case of a Unitholder who has chosen to reinvest only
principal distributions) will, on the applicable distribution date, or the next
day on which the New York Stock Exchange is nominally open ("Business Day") if
the distribution date is not a business day, automatically be received by the
transfer agent for each of the Accumulation Funds, on behalf of such participant
and applied on that date to purchase shares (or fractions thereof) of the
Accumulation Fund chosen at net asset value as computed as of 4:00 p.m. eastern
time on each such date. All distributions will be reinvested in the Accumulation
Fund chosen and no part thereof will be retained in a separate account. These
purchases will be made without a sales charge.

     The Transfer Agent of the Accumulation Fund will mail to each participant
in the Accumulation Plan a quarterly statement containing a record of all
transactions involving purchases of Accumulation Fund shares (or fractions
thereof) with Trust dividend distributions or as a result of reinvestment of
Accumulation Fund dividends. Any distribution of capital used to purchase shares
of an Accumulation Fund will be separately confirmed by the Transfer Agent.
Unitholders will also receive distribution statements from the Trustee detailing
the amounts transferred to their Accumulation Fund accounts.

     Participants may at any time, by so notifying the Trustee in writing, elect
to change the Accumulation Fund into which their distributions are being
reinvested, to change from capital only reinvestment to reinvestment of both
capital and dividends or vice versa, or to terminate their participation in the
Accumulation Plan altogether and receive future distributions on their Units in
cash. There will be no charge or other penalty for such change of election or
termination. The character of Trust distributions for income tax purposes will
remain unchanged even if they are reinvested in an Accumulation Fund.

                         INFORMATION ABOUT THE SPONSOR

     Since our founding in 1898, Nuveen has been synonymous with investments
that withstand the test of time. Today, we offer a broad range of investments
designed for investors seeking to build and sustain their wealth. More than 1.5
million investors have entrusted Nuveen to help them maintain the lifestyle they
currently enjoy.

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     To meet the unique circumstances and financial planning needs of our
investors, Nuveen offers a wide array of taxable and tax-free investment
products--including equity and fixed-income mutual funds, defined portfolios,
exchange-traded funds, customized asset management services and cash management
products.

     The Sponsor is also principal underwriter of the registered open-end
investment companies set forth herein under "Accumulation Plan" as well as for
the Golden Rainbow A James Advised Mutual Fund, and acted as co-managing
underwriter of Nuveen Municipal Value Fund, Inc., Nuveen California Municipal
Value Fund, Inc., Nuveen New York Municipal Value Fund, Inc., Nuveen Municipal
Income Fund, Inc., Nuveen Premium Income Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen
Performance Plus Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen California Performance Plus
Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen New York Performance Plus Municipal Fund, Inc.,
Nuveen Municipal Advantage Fund, Inc., Nuveen Municipal Market Opportunity Fund,
Inc., Nuveen California Municipal Market Opportunity Fund, Inc., Nuveen
Investment Quality Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen California Investment Quality
Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen New York Investment Quality Municipal Fund, Inc.,
Nuveen Insured Quality Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen Florida Investment Quality
Municipal Fund, Nuveen Pennsylvania Investment Quality Municipal Fund, Nuveen
New Jersey Investment Quality Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen Select Quality
Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen California Select Quality Municipal Fund, Inc.,
Nuveen New York Select Quality Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen Quality Income
Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen Insured Municipal Opportunity Fund, Inc., Nuveen
Florida Quality Income Municipal Fund, Nuveen Michigan Quality Income Municipal
Fund, Inc., Nuveen Ohio Quality Income Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen Texas
Quality Income Municipal Fund, Nuveen California Quality Income Municipal Fund,
Inc., Nuveen New York Quality Income Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen Premier
Municipal Income Fund, Inc., Nuveen Premier Insured Municipal Income Fund, Inc.,
Nuveen Select Tax-Free Income Portfolio, Nuveen Select Tax-Free Income Portfolio
2, Nuveen Insured California Select Tax-Free Income Portfolio, Nuveen Insured
New York Select Tax-Free Income Portfolio, Nuveen Premium Income Municipal Fund
2, Inc., Nuveen Select Tax-Free Income Portfolio 3, Nuveen Select Maturities
Municipal Fund, Nuveen Insured California Premium Income Municipal Fund, Inc.,
Nuveen Arizona Premium Income Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen Insured Florida
Premium Income Municipal Fund, Nuveen Michigan Premium Income Municipal Fund,
Inc., Nuveen New Jersey Premium Income Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen Insured New
York Premium Income Municipal Fund, Inc., Nuveen Premium Income Municipal Fund
4, Inc., Nuveen Pennsylvania Premium Income Municipal Fund 2, Nuveen Maryland
Premium Income Municipal Fund, Nuveen Virginia Premium Income Municipal Fund,
Nuveen Massachusetts Premium Income Municipal Fund, Nuveen Insured California
Premium Income Municipal Fund 2, Inc., Nuveen Georgia Premium Income Municipal
Fund, Nuveen Missouri Premium Income Municipal Fund, Nuveen Connecticut Premium
Income Municipal Fund, Nuveen North Carolina Premium Income Municipal Fund,
Nuveen California Premium Income Municipal Fund, Nuveen Dividend Advantage
Municipal Fund, Nuveen California Dividend Advantage Municipal Fund, Nuveen New
York Dividend Advantage Municipal Fund, Nuveen

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Insured Premium Income Municipal Fund 2, all registered closed-end management
investment companies. These registered open-end and closed-end investment
companies currently have approximately $70 billion in securities under
management. Nuveen is a subsidiary of The John Nuveen Company which, in turn, is
approximately 78% owned by the St. Paul Companies, Inc. ("St. Paul"). St. Paul
is located in St. Paul, Minnesota and is principally engaged in providing
property-liability insurance through subsidiaries. Nuveen is a member of the
National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. and the Securities Industry
Association and has its principal office located in Chicago (333 West Wacker
Drive).

     To help advisors and investors better understand and more efficiently use
an investment in the Trust to reach their investment goals, the Trust's sponsor,
Nuveen Investments, may advertise and create specific investment programs and
systems. For example, such activities may include presenting information on how
to use an investment in the Trust, alone or in combination with an investment in
other mutual funds or unit investment trusts sponsored by Nuveen, to accumulate
assets for future education needs or periodic payments such as insurance
premiums. The Trust's sponsor may produce software or additional sales
literature to promote the advantages of using the Trust to meet these and other
specific investor needs.

     The Sponsor offers a program of advertising support to registered broker-
dealer firms, banks and bank affiliates ("Firms") that sell Trust Units or
shares of Nuveen Open-End Mutual Funds (excluding money-market funds) ("Funds").
Under this program, the Sponsor will pay or reimburse the Firm for up to one
half of specified media costs incurred in the placement of advertisements which
jointly feature the Firm and the Nuveen Funds and Trusts. Reimbursements to the
Firm will be based on the number of the Firm's registered representatives who
have sold Fund Shares and/or Trust Units during the prior calendar year
according to an established schedule. Reimbursements under this program will be
made by the Sponsor and not by the Funds or Trusts.

Risk Factors

     An investment in Units should be made with an understanding of the risks
which an investment in common stocks entails, including the risk that the
financial condition of the issuers of the Securities or the general conditions
of the common stock market may worsen and the value of the Securities and
therefore the value of the Units may decline. Common stocks are especially
susceptible to general stock market movements and to volatile increases and
decreases of value as market confidence in and perceptions of the issuers
change. These perceptions are based on unpredictable factors including
expectations regarding government, economic, monetary and fiscal policies,
inflation and interest rates, economic expansion or contraction, and global or
regional political, economic or banking crises. Shareholders of common stocks
have rights to receive payments from the issuers of those common stocks that are
generally subordinate to those of creditors of, or holders of debt obligations
or preferred stocks of, such issuers. Shareholders of common stocks of the type
held by the Trust(s) have a right to receive dividends only when and if, and in
the amounts, declared by the issuer's board of directors and have a right to
participate in amounts available for distribution by the issuer only after all
other claims on the issuer have been paid or provided for. Common stocks do not
represent an obligation of the issuer and, therefore, do not offer any assurance
of income or provide the same degree of protection of capital as do debt
securities. The issuance of additional debt securities or preferred stock will
create prior claims for payment of principal, interest and dividends which could
adversely affect the ability and inclination of the issuer to declare or pay
dividends on its common stock or the rights of holders of common stock with
respect to assets of the issuer upon liquidation or bankruptcy. The value of
common stocks is subject to market fluctuations for as long as the common stocks
remain outstanding, and thus the value of the Securities in a Trust may be
expected to fluctuate over the life of a Trust to values higher or lower than
those prevailing on the Initial Date of Deposit.

     Holders of common stock incur more risk than holders of preferred stocks
and debt obligations because common stockholders, as owners of the entity, have
generally inferior rights to receive payments from the issuer in comparison with
the rights of creditors of, or holders of debt obligations or preferred stocks
issued by, the issuer. Cumulative preferred stock dividends must be paid before
common stock dividends and any cumulative preferred stock dividend omitted is
added to future dividends payable to the holders of cumulative preferred stock.
Preferred stockholders are also generally entitled to rights on liquidation
which are senior to those of common stockholders.

     Foreign Securities Risks. Certain of the Securities in one or more of the
Trusts may be of foreign issuers, and therefore, an investment in such a Trust
involves some investment risks that are different in some respects from an
investment in a Trust that invests entirely in securities of domestic issuers.
Those investment risks include future political and governmental restrictions
which might adversely affect the payment or receipt of payment of dividends on
the relevant Securities, currency exchange rate fluctuations, exchange control
policies, and the limited liquidity and small market capitalization of such
foreign countries' securities markets. In addition, for foreign issuers that are
not subject to the reporting requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of
1934, there may be less publicly available information than is available from a
domestic issuer. Also, foreign issuers are not necessarily subject to uniform
accounting, auditing and financial reporting standards, practices and
requirements comparable to those applicable to domestic issuers. However, due to
the nature of the issuers of the Securities included in the Trust, the Sponsor
believes that adequate information will be available to allow the Sponsor to
provide portfolio surveillance.

     Certain of the Securities in one or more of the Trusts may be in ADR or GDR
form. ADRs, American Depositary Receipts and GDRs, Global Depositary Receipts,
represent common stock deposited with a custodian in a depositary. American
Depositary Receipts and Global Depositary Receipts (collectively, the
"Depositary Receipts") are issued by a bank or trust company to evidence
ownership of underlying securities issued by a foreign corporation. These
instruments may not necessarily be denominated in the same currency as the
securities into which they may be converted. For purposes of the discussion
herein, the terms ADR and GDR generally include American Depositary Shares and
Global Depositary Shares, respectively.

     Depositary Receipts may be sponsored or unsponsored. In an unsponsored
facility, the depositary initiates and arranges the facility at the request of
market makers and acts as agent for the Depositary Receipts holder, while the
company itself is not involved in the transaction. In a sponsored facility, the
issuing company initiates the facility and agrees to pay certain administrative
and shareholder-related expenses. Sponsored facilities use a single depositary
and entail a contractual relationship between the issuer, the shareholder and
the depositary; unsponsored facilities involve several depositaries with no
contractual relationship to the company. The depositary bank that issues
Depositary Receipts generally charges a fee, based on the price of the
Depositary Receipts, upon issuance and cancellation of the Depositary Receipts.
This fee would be in addition to the brokerage commissions paid upon the
acquisition or surrender of the security. In addition, the depositary bank
incurs expenses in connection with the conversion of dividends or other cash
distributions paid in local currency into U.S. dollars and such expenses are
deducted from the amount of the dividend or distribution paid to holders,
resulting in a lower payout per underlying shares represented by the Depositary
Receipts than would be the case if the underlying share were held directly.
Certain tax considerations, including tax rate differentials and withholding
requirements, arising from the application of the tax laws of one nation to
nationals of another and from certain practices in the Depositary Receipts
market may also exist with respect to certain Depositary Receipts. In varying
degrees, any or all of these factors may affect the value of the Depositary
Receipts compared with the value of the underlying shares in the local market.
In addition, the rights of holders of Depositary Receipts may be different than
those of holders of the underlying shares, and the market for Depositary
Receipts may be less liquid than that for the underlying shares. Depositary
Receipts are registered securities pursuant to the Securities Act of 1933 and
may be subject to the reporting requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of
1934.

     For the Securities that are Depositary Receipts, currency fluctuations will
affect the U.S. dollar equivalent of the local currency price of the underlying
domestic share and, as a result, are likely to affect the value of the
Depositary Receipts and consequently the value of the Securities. The foreign
issuers of securities that are Depositary Receipts may pay dividends in foreign
currencies which must be converted into dollars. Most foreign currencies have
fluctuated widely in value against the United States dollar for many reasons,
including supply and demand of the respective currency, the soundness of the
world economy and the strength of the respective economy as compared to the
economies of the United States and other countries. Therefore, for any
securities of issuers (whether or not they are in Depositary Receipt form) whose
earnings are stated in foreign currencies, or which pay dividends in foreign
currencies or which are traded in foreign currencies, there is a risk that their
United States dollar value will vary with fluctuations in the United States
dollar foreign exchange rates for the relevant currencies.

     On January 1, 1999, Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland,
Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain (eleven of the fifteen
member countries of the European Union ("EU")) established fixed conversion
rates between their existing sovereign currencies and the euro. On such date the
euro became the official currency of these eleven countries. As of January 1,
1999, the participating countries no longer control their own monetary policies
by directing independent interest rates for their currencies. Instead, the
authority to direct monetary policy, including money supply and official
interest rates for the euro, is exercised by the new European Central Bank. The
conversion of the national currencies of the participating countries to the euro
could negatively impact the market rate of the exchange between such currencies
(or the newly created euro) and the U.S. dollar. In addition, European
corporations, and other entities with significant markets or operations in
Europe (whether or not in the participating countries), face strategic
challenges as these entities adapt to a single trans-national currency. The euro
conversion may have a material impact on revenues, expenses or income from
operations; increased competition due to the increased price transparency of EU
markets; effect issuers' currency exchange rate risk and derivatives exposure;
disrupt current contracts; cause issuers to increase spending on information
technology updates required for the conversion; and result in potential adverse
tax consequences. The Sponsor is unable to predict what impact, if any, the euro
conversion will have on any of the issuers of Securities contained in a
Trust.

     Bandwidth, Mobile Web, Telecommunications Paradigm, Communications,
Wireless and Fiber Optics Sector Portfolios. An investment in Units of these
Portfolios should be made with an understanding of the problems and risks
inherent in the communications, bandwidth, wireless and fiber optics sectors in
general.

    The market for high-technology communications products and services is
characterized by rapidly changing technology, intense competition, rapid product
and service obsolescence, cyclical market patterns, evolving industry standards
and frequent new product introductions. The success of the issuers of the
Securities depends in substantial part on the timely and successful introduction
of new products and services. An unexpected change in one or more of the
technologies affecting an issuer's products or in the market for products based
on a particular technology could have a material adverse affect on an issuer's
operating results. Furthermore, there can be no assurance that the issuers of
the Securities will be able to respond in a timely manner to compete in the
rapidly developing marketplace.

     Certain of the companies represented in the Trust are engaged in fierce
competition for a share of the market of their products. Due to the competitive
pressures, the stocks of these companies are subject to rapid price volatility.
Also, the communications industry is generally subject to governmental
regulation. However, as market forces develop, the government is expected to
continue to deregulate the communications industry, further promoting vigorous
economic competition and resulting in the rapid development of new
communications technologies.

     Many communications companies rely on a combination of patents, copyrights,
trademarks and trade secret laws to establish and protect their proprietary
rights in their products and technologies. There can be no assurance that the
steps taken by the issuers of the Securities to protect their proprietary rights
will be adequate to prevent misappropriation of their technology or that
competitors will not independently develop technologies that are substantially
equivalent or superior to such issuers' technology. The above factors could
adversely affect the value of the Trusts' Units.

     Internet Sector Portfolios. An investment in Units of the Internet Sector
Portfolios should be made with an understanding of the problems and risks
inherent in the Internet and technology sectors in general.

     Technology companies generally include companies involved in the
development, design, manufacture and sale of computers, computer-related
equipment, computer networks, communications systems, telecommunications
products, electronic products and other related products, systems and services.
The market for these products, especially those specifically related to the
Internet, is characterized by rapidly changing technology, rapid product and
service obsolescence, cyclical market patterns, intense competition, evolving
industry standards and frequent new product introductions. The success of the
issuers of the Securities depends in substantial part on the timely and
successful introduction of new products. An unexpected change in one or more of
the technologies affecting an issuer's products or in the market for products
based on a particular technology could have a material adverse effect on an
issuer's operating results. Furthermore, there can be no assurance that the
issuers of the Securities will be able to respond in a timely manner to compete
in the rapidly developing marketplace.

     Based on the trading history of technology stocks, factors such as the
announcement of new products, the development of new technologies or the general
condition of the industry have caused and are likely to cause the market price
of high-technology common stocks to fluctuate substantially. In addition,
technology company stocks have experienced extreme price and volume fluctuations
that often have been unrelated to the operating performance of such companies.
This market volatility may adversely affect the market price of the Securities
and therefore the ability of a Unitholder to redeem Units at a price equal to or
greater than the original price paid for such Units.

     Some key components of certain products of technology issuers are currently
available only from single sources. There can be no assurance that in the future
suppliers will be able to meet the demand for components in a timely and cost
effective manner. Accordingly, an issuer's operating results and customer
relationships could be adversely affected by either an increase in price for, or
an interruption or reduction in supply of, any key components. Additionally,
many technology issuers are characterized by a highly concentrated customer base
consisting of a limited number of large customers who may require product
vendors to comply with rigorous industry standards. Any failure to comply with
such standards may result in a significant loss or reduction of sales. Because
many products and technologies of technology companies are incorporated into
other related products, such companies are often highly dependent on the
performance of the personal computer, electronics and telecommunications
industries. There can be no assurance that these customers will place additional
orders, or that an issuer of Securities will obtain orders of similar magnitude
as past orders from other customers. Similarly, the success of certain
technology companies is tied to a relatively small concentration of products or
technologies. Accordingly, a decline in demand of such products, technologies or
from such customers could have a material adverse impact on issuers of the
Securities.

     Many technology companies rely on a combination of patents, copyrights,
trademarks and trade secret laws to establish and protect their proprietary
rights in their products and technologies. There can be no assurance that the
steps taken by the issuers of the Securities to protect their proprietary rights
will be adequate to prevent misappropriation of their technology or that
competitors will not independently develop technologies that are substantially
equivalent or superior to such issuers' technology. In addition, due to the
increasing public use of the Internet, it is possible that other laws and
regulations may be adopted to address issues such as privacy, pricing,
characteristics, and quality of Internet products and services. The adoption of
any such laws could have a material adverse impact on the Securities in a Trust.
The above factors could adversely affect the value of a Trust's Units.

     Pharmaceutical, Genomes and Biotechnology Sector Portfolios. An investment
in Units of the Pharmaceutical, Genomes and Biotechnology Sector Portfolios
should be made with an understanding of the characteristics of the
pharmaceutical and medical technology industries and the risks which such
investment may entail.

     Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology companies are companies involved in drug
development and production services. Such companies have potential risks unique
to their sector of the healthcare field. Such companies are subject to
governmental regulation of their products, services and prices, particularly in
the managed care arena, a factor which could have a significant and possibly
unfavorable effect on the price and availability of such products or services.
Furthermore, such companies face the risk of increasing competition from generic
drug sales, the termination of their patent protection for drug products and the
risk that technological advances will render their products or services
obsolete. The research and development costs of bringing a drug to market are
substantial and include lengthy governmental review processes, with no guarantee
that the product will ever come to market. Many of these companies may have
losses and not offer certain products for several years. Such companies may also
have persistent losses during a new product's transition from development to
production, and revenue patterns may be erratic. In addition intense
competition, competitive pricing, high development costs and insurance costs
may significantly affect the value of biotechnology companies.

     As the population of the United States ages, the companies involved in the
pharmaceutical and biotechnology fields will continue to search for and develop
new products through advanced technologies and diagnostics. On a worldwide
basis, such companies are involved in the development and distribution of drugs,
vaccines and medical technology. These activities may make the pharmaceutical
and biotechnology sectors very attractive for investors seeking the potential
for growth in their investment portfolio. However, there are no assurances that
the Trust's objectives will be met.

     Legislative proposals concerning healthcare are considered from time to
time. These proposals span a wide range of topics, including cost and price
controls (which might include a freeze on the prices of prescription drugs),
national health insurance, incentives for competition in the provision of
healthcare services, tax incentives and penalties related to healthcare
insurance premiums and promotion of pre-paid healthcare plans. The Sponsor is
unable to predict the effect of any of these proposals, if enacted, on the
issuers of Securities in a Trust.

     Utility, Energy and Fuel Cell Sector Portfolios. An investment in units of
the Utility Sector, Energy Sector and Fuel Cell Sector Portfolios should be made
with an understanding of the problems and risks such as an investment may
entail.

     The Utility, Energy and Fuel Cell Sector Portfolios invest in Securities of
companies involved in the energy, utility and alternative power industries. The
business activities of companies held in these industries may include:
production, generation, transmission, marketing, control, or measurement of
energy or energy fuels; providing component parts or services to companies
engaged in the above activities; energy research or experimentation;
environmental activities related to the solution of energy problems, such as
energy conservation and pollution control and other utility industries.

     The securities of many companies in the energy field are subject to changes
in value and dividend yield which depend, to a large extent, on the price and
supply of energy fuels. Swift price and supply fluctuations may be caused by
events relating to international politics, energy conservation, the success of
exploration projects, and tax and other regulatory policies of various
governments. As a result of the foregoing, the Securities in the Energy Sector
Portfolio may be subject to rapid price volatility. The Sponsor is unable to
predict what impact the foregoing factors will have on the Securities during the
life of the Energy Sector Portfolio.

     According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, the factors which will most
likely shape the energy industry include the price and availability of oil from
the Middle East, changes in United States environmental policies and the
continued decline in U.S. production of crude oil. Possible effects of these
factors may be increased U.S. and world dependence on oil from the organization
of Petroleum Exporting Countries ("OPEC") and highly uncertain and potentially
more volatile oil prices. Factors which the Sponsor believes may increase the
profitability of oil and petroleum operations include increasing demand for oil
and petroleum products as a result of the continued increases in annual miles
driven and the improvement in refinery operating margins caused by increased in
average domestic refinery utilization rates. The existence of surplus crude oil
production capacity and the willingness to adjust production levels are the two
principal requirements for stable crude oil markets. Without excess capacity,
supply disruptions in some countries cannot be compensated for by others.
Surplus capacity in Saudi Arabia and a few other countries and the utilization
of that capacity prevented, during the Persian Gulf crisis, and continues to
prevent, severe market disruption. Although unused capacity contributed to
market stability in 1990 and 1991, it ordinarily creates pressure to overproduce
and contributes to market uncertainty. The restoration of a large portion of
Kuwait and Iraq's production and export capacity could lead to such a
development in the absence of substantial growth in world oil demand. Formerly,
OPEC members attempted to exercise control over production levels in each
country through a system of mandatory production quotas. Because of the 1990-
1991 crisis in the Middle East, the mandatory system has since been replaced
with a voluntary system. Production under the new system has had to be curtailed
on at least one occasion as a result of weak prices, even in the absence of
supplies from Kuwait and Iraq. The pressure to deviate from mandatory quotas, if
they are reimposed, is likely to be substantial and could lead to a weakening of
prices. In the longer term, additional capacity and production will be required
to accommodate the expected large increases in world oil demand and to
compensate for expected sharp drops in U.S. crude oil production and exports
from the Soviet Union. Only a few OPEC countries, particularly Saudi Arabia,
have the petroleum reserves that will allow the required increase in production
capacity to be attained. Given the large-scale financing that is required, the
prospect that such expansion will occur soon enough to meet the increased demand
is uncertain.

     Declining U.S. crude oil production will likely lead to increased
dependence on OPEC oil, putting refiners at risk of continued and unpredictable
supply disruptions. Increasing sensitivity to environmental concerns will also
pose serious challenges to the industry over the coming decade. Refiners are
likely to be required to make heavy capital investments and make major
production adjustments in order to comply with increasingly stringent
environmental legislation, such as the 1990 amendments to the Clean Air Act. If
the cost of these changes is substantial enough to cut deeply into profits,
smaller refiners may be forced out of the industry entirely. Moreover, lower
consumer demand due to increases in energy efficiency and conservation, gasoline
reformulations that call for less crude oil, warmer winters or a general
slowdown in economic growth in this country and abroad could negatively affect
the price of oil and the profitability of oil companies. No assurance can be
given that the demand for or prices of oil will increase or that any increases
will not be marked by great volatility. Some oil companies may incur large
cleanup and litigation costs relating to oil spill and other environmental
damage.

     The Fuel Cell Sector Portfolio includes companies that generate energy
from, manufacture or develop alternative fuels, fuel cells or sub-components
used in the manufacturing of such equipment or power. Companies included in the
alternative power and fuel cell industries must contend with high research and
development costs, the lack of a proven market, technological limitations, high
storage requirements, competition from other power sources, energy conservation
and environmental concerns.

     The Utility Sector Portfolio includes electric, natural gas and other
utility companies that create, manufacture and develop technological
applications, including natural gas vehicles, fuel cells and super efficient
boilers for electric generation. Securities of companies in the utility field
are subject to value and price fluctuations caused by certain factors, including
government regulations, taxes, rate caps, changes in supplies, prices and
interest rates, energy conservation international politics and environmental
considerations that limit operations, delay technological advances, increase
costs, and increase competition which increases the difficulty of obtaining
financing for construction projects and of obtaining adequate capital return.

     Financial Services Sector, e-Finance Sector and Glass-Steagall Sector
Portfolios. An investment in Units of the Financial Services Sector, e-Finance
Sector and Glass-Steagall Sector Portfolios should be made with an understanding
of the problems and risks inherent in the bank and financial services sector in
general.

     Banks, thrifts and their holding companies are especially subject to the
adverse effects of economic recession, volatile interest rates, portfolio
concentrations in geographic markets and in commercial and residential real
estate loans, and competition from new entrants in their fields of business.
Banks and thrifts are highly dependent on net interest margin. Recently, bank
profits have come under pressure as net interest margins have contracted, but
volume gains have been strong in both commercial and consumer products. There is
no certainty that such conditions will continue. Bank and thrift institutions
had received significant consumer mortgage fee income as a result of activity in
mortgage and refinance markets. As initial home purchasing and refinancing
activity subsided, this income diminished. Economic conditions in the real
estate markets, which have been weak in the past, can have a substantial effect
upon banks and thrifts and their holding companies are subject to extensive
federal regulation and, when such institutions are state-chartered, to state
regulation as well. Such regulations impose strict capital requirements and
limitations on the nature and extent of business activities that banks and
thrifts may pursue. Furthermore, bank regulators have a wide range of discretion
in connection with their supervisory and enforcement authority and may
substantially restrict the permissible activities of a particular institution if
deemed to pose significant risks to the soundness of such institution or the
safety of the federal deposit insurance fund. Regulatory actions, such as
increases in the minimum capital requirements applicable to banks and thrifts
and increases in deposit insurance premiums required to be paid by banks and
thrifts to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ("FDIC"), can negatively
impact earnings and the ability of a company to pay dividends. Neither federal
insurance of deposits nor governmental regulations, however, insures the
solvency or profitability of banks or their holding companies, or insures
against any risk of investment in the securities issued by such institutions.

     The statutory requirements applicable to and regulatory supervision of
banks, thrifts and their holding companies have undergone substantial change in
recent years. The recently enacted Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act repealed most of the
barriers set up by the 1933 Glass-Steagall Act which separated the banking,
insurance and securities industries. Now banks, insurance companies and
securities firms can merge to form one-stop financial conglomerates marketing a
wide range of financial service products to investors. This legislation will
likely result in increased merger activity and heightened competition among
existing and new participants in the field. Starting in mid-1997, banks have
been allowed to turn existing banks into branches. Consolidation is likely to
continue. The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Financial Accounting
Standards Board require the expanded use of market value accounting by banks and
have imposed rules requiring market accounting for investment securities held in
trading accounts or available for sale. Adoption of additional such rules may
result in increased volatility in the reported health of the industry, and
mandated regulatory intervention to correct such problems. Additional
legislative and regulatory changes may be forthcoming. In addition, from time to
time the deposit insurance system is reviewed by Congress and federal
regulators, and proposed reforms of that system could, among other things,
further restrict the ways in which deposited moneys can be used by banks or
reduce the dollar amount or number of deposits insured for any depositor. Such
reforms could reduce profitability as investment opportunities available to bank
institutions become more limited and as consumers look for savings vehicles
other than bank deposits. Banks and thrifts face significant competition from
other financial institutions such as mutual funds, credit unions, mortgage
banking companies and insurance companies, and increased competition may result
from legislative broadening of regional and national interstate banking powers
as has been recently enacted. Among other benefits, the legislation allows banks
and bank holding companies to acquire across previously prohibited state lines
and to consolidate their various bank subsidiaries into one unit. The Sponsor
makes no prediction as to what, if any, manner of bank and thrift regulatory
actions might ultimately be adopted or what ultimate effect such actions might
have on the Trust's portfolio.

     Companies involved in the insurance industry are engaged in underwriting,
reinsuring, selling, distributing or placing of property and casualty, life or
health insurance. Other growth areas within the insurance industry include
brokerage, reciprocals, claims processors and multiline insurance companies.
Insurance company profits are affected by interest rate levels, general economic
conditions, and price and marketing competition. Property and casualty insurance
profits may also be affected by weather catastrophes and other disasters. Life
and health insurance profits may be affected by mortality and morbidity rates.
Individual companies may be exposed to material risks including reserve
inadequacy and the inability to collect from reinsurance carriers. Insurance
companies are subject to extensive governmental regulation, including the
imposition of maximum rate levels, which may not be adequate for some lines of
business. Proposed or potential tax law changes may also adversely affect
insurance companies' policy sales, tax obligations, and profitability. In
addition to the foregoing, profit margins of these companies continue to shrink
due to the commoditization of traditional businesses, new competitors, capital
expenditures on new technology and the pressures to compete globally.

     In addition to the normal risks of business, companies involved in the
insurance industry are subject to significant risk factors, including those
applicable to regulated insurance companies, such as: (i) the inherent
uncertainty in the process of establishing property-liability loss reserves,
particularly reserves for the cost of environmental, asbestos and mass tort
claims, and the fact that ultimate losses could materially exceed established
loss reserves which could have a material adverse effect on results of
operations and financial condition; (ii) the fact that insurance companies have
experienced, and can be expected in the future to experience, catastrophe losses
which could have a material adverse impact on their financial condition, results
of operations and cash flow; (iii) the inherent uncertainty in the process of
establishing property-liability loss reserves due to changes in loss payment
patterns caused by new claims settlement practices; (iv) the need for insurance
companies and their subsidiaries to maintain appropriate levels of statutory
capital and surplus, particularly in light of continuing scrutiny by rating
organizations and state insurance regulatory authorities, and in order to
maintain acceptable financial strength or claims-paying ability rating; (v) the
extensive regulation and supervision to which insurance companies' subsidiaries
are subject, various regulatory initiatives that may affect insurance companies,
and regulatory and other legal actions; (vi) the adverse impact that increases
in interest rates could have on the value of an insurance company's investment
portfolio and on the attractiveness of certain of its products; (vii) the need
to adjust the effective duration of the assets and liabilities of life insurance
operations in order to meet the anticipated cash flow requirements of its
policyholder obligations, and (vii) the uncertainty involved in estimating the
availability of reinsurance and the collectibility of reinsurance recoverables.

     The state insurance regulatory framework has, during recent years, come
under increased federal scrutiny, and certain state legislatures have considered
or enacted laws that alter and, in many cases, increase state authority to
regulate insurance companies and insurance holding company systems. Further, the
National Association of Insurance Commissioners ("NAIC") and state insurance
regulators are re-examining existing laws and regulations, specifically
focusing on insurance companies, interpretations of existing laws and the
development of new laws. In addition, Congress and certain federal agencies have
investigated the condition of the insurance industry in the United States to
determine whether to promulgate additional federal regulations. The Sponsor is
unable to predict whether any state or federal legislation will be enacted to
change the nature or scope of regulation of the insurance industry, or what
effect, if any, such legislation would have on the industry.

     All insurance companies are subject to state laws and regulations that
require diversification of their investment portfolios and limit the amount of
investments in certain investment categories. Failure to comply with these laws
and regulations could cause non-conforming investments to be treated as non-
admitted assets for purposes of measuring statutory surplus and, in some
instances, would require divestiture.

     Environmental pollution clean-up is the subject of both federal and state
regulation. By some estimates, there are thousands of potential waste sites
subject to clean up. The insurance industry is involved in extensive litigation
regarding coverage issues. The Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation
and Liability Act of 1980 ("Superfund") and comparable state statutes ("mini-
Superfund") govern the clean-up and restoration by "Potentially Responsible
Parties" ("PRP's"). Superfund and the mini-Superfunds ("Environmental Clean-up
Laws" or "ECLs") establish a mechanism to pay for clean-up of waste sites if
PRPs fail to do so, and to assign liability to PRPs. The extent of liability to
be allocated to a PRP is dependent on a variety of factors. The extent of clean-
up necessary and the assignment of liability has not been established. The
insurance industry is disputing many such claims. Key coverage issues include
whether Superfund response costs are considered damages under the policies, when
and how coverage is triggered, applicability of pollution exclusions, the
potential for joint and several liability and definition of an occurrence.
Similar coverage issues exist for clean up and waste sites not covered under
Superfund. To date, courts have been inconsistent in their rulings on these
issues. An insurer's exposure to liability with regard to its insureds which
have been, or may be, named as PRPs is uncertain. Superfund reform proposals
have been introduced in Congress, but none have been enacted. There can be no
assurance that any Superfund reform legislation will be enacted or that any such
legislation will provide for a fair, effective and cost-efficient system for
settlement of Superfund related claims.

     While current federal income tax law permits the tax-deferred accumulation
of earnings on the premiums paid by an annuity owner and holders of certain
savings-oriented life insurance products, no assurance can be given that future
tax law will continue to allow such tax deferrals. If such deferrals were not
allowed, consumer demand for the affected products would be substantially
reduced. In addition, proposals to lower the federal income tax rates through a
form of flat tax or otherwise could have, if enacted, a negative impact on the
demand for such products.

     Companies engaged in investment banking/brokerage and investment management
include brokerage firms, broker/dealers, investment banks, finance companies and
mutual fund companies. Earnings and share prices of companies in this industry
are quite volatile, and often exceed the volatility levels of the market as a
whole. Recently, ongoing consolidation in the industry and the strong stock
market has benefited stocks which investors believe will benefit from greater
investor and issuer activity. Major determinants of future earnings of these
companies are the direction of the stock market, investor confidence, equity
transaction volume, the level and direction of long-term and short-term interest
rates, and the outlook for emerging markets. Negative trends in any of these
earnings determinants could have a serious adverse effect on the financial
stability, as well as on the stock prices, of these companies. Furthermore,
there can be no assurance that the issuers of the equity securities included in
the Trust will be able to respond in a timely manner to compete in the rapidly
developing marketplace. In addition to the foregoing, profit margins of these
companies continue to shrink due to the commoditization of traditional
businesses, new competitors, capital expenditures on new technology and the
pressures to compete globally.

     Retail Sector Portfolio.  An investment in Units of the Retail Sector
Portfolio should be made with an understanding of the problems and risks
inherent in the retail industry in general. The profitability of companies
engaged in the retail industry will be affected by various factors including the
general state of the economy, intense competition and consumer spending trends.
In the recent past, there have been major changes in the retail environment due
to the declaration of bankruptcy by some of the major corporations involved in
the retail industry, particularly the department store segment. The continued
viability of the retail industry will depend on the industry's ability to adapt
and to compete in changing economy and social conditions, to attract and retain
capable management and to finance expansion. Weakness in the banking or real
estate industry, a recessionary economic climate with the consequent slowdown in
employment growth, less favorable trends in unemployment or a marked
deceleration in real disposable personal income growth could result in
significant pressure on both consumer wealth and consumer confidence, adversely
affecting consumer spending habits.

     In addition, the competitiveness of the retail industry will require large
capital outlays for investment in the installation of automated checkout
equipment to control inventory, to track the sale of individual items and to
gauge the success of sales campaigns. Increasing employee and retiree benefit
costs may also have an adverse effect on the industry. In many sectors of the
retail industry, competition may be fierce due to market saturation, converging
consumer tastes and other factors. Because of these factors and the recent
increase in trade opportunities with other countries, American retailers are now
entering global markets which entail added risks such as sudden weakening of
foreign economies, difficulty in adapting to local conditions and constraints
and added research costs. The above factors could adversely affect the value of
the Trust's Units.

     Technology, e-Business, Networking & Storage, Software and Software
Weblications Sector Portfolios and Legacy Portfolios. An investment in Units of
these Portfolios should be made with an understanding of the characteristics of
the technology industry and the risks which such an investment may entail.
Technology companies generally include companies involved in the development,
design, manufacture and sale of computers, computer-related equipment, software,
computer networks, communications systems, telecommunications products,
electronic products and other related products, systems and services. The market
for these products, especially those specifically related to the Internet, is
characterized by rapidly changing technology, rapid product obsolescence,
cyclical market patterns, evolving industry standards and frequent new product
introductions. The success of the issuers of the Securities depends in
substantial part on the timely and successful introduction of new products. An
unexpected change in one or more of the technologies affecting an issuer's
products or in the market for products based on a particular technology could
have a material adverse affect on an issuer's operating results. Furthermore,
there can be no assurance that the issuers of the Securities will be able to
respond in a timely manner to compete in the rapidly developing marketplace.

     Based on trading history of common stock, factors such as announcements of
new products or development of new technologies and general conditions of the
industry have caused and are likely to cause the market price of high-technology
common stocks to fluctuate substantially. In addition, technology company stocks
have experienced extreme price and volume fluctuations that often have been
unrelated to the operating performance of such companies. This market volatility
may adversely affect the market price of the Securities and therefore the
ability of a Unitholder to redeem Units at a price equal to or greater than the
original price paid for such Units.

     Some key components of certain products of technology issuers are currently
available only from single sources. There can be no assurance that in the future
suppliers will be able to meet the demand for components in a timely and cost
effective manner. Accordingly, an issuer's operating results and customer
relationships could be adversely affected by either an increase in price for, or
an interruption or reduction in supply of, any key components. Additionally,
many technology issuers are characterized by a highly concentrated customer base
consisting of a limited number of large customers who may require product
vendors to comply with rigorous industry standards. Any failure to comply with
such standards may result in a significant loss or reduction of sales. Because
many products and technologies of technology companies are incorporated into
other related products, such companies are often highly dependent on the
performance of the personal computer, electronics and telecommunications
industries. There can be no assurance that these customers will place additional
orders, or that an issuer of Securities will obtain orders of similar magnitude
as past orders from other customers. Similarly, the success of certain
technology companies is tied to a relatively small concentration of products or
technologies. Accordingly, a decline in demand of such products, technologies or
from such customers could have a material adverse impact on issuers of the
Securities.

     Many technology companies rely on a combination of patents, copyrights,
trademarks and trade secret laws to establish and protect their proprietary
rights in their products and technologies. There can be no assurance that the
steps taken by the issuers of the Securities to protect their proprietary rights
will be adequate to prevent misappropriation of their technology or that
competitors will not independently develop technologies that are substantially
equivalent or superior to such issuers' technology.

     Semiconductor Sector Portfolio. An investment in Units of the Semiconductor
Sector Portfolio should be made with an understanding of the problems and risks
inherent in the semiconductor industry in general.

     Semiconductor companies generally include companies involved in the
development, design, manufacture and sale of semiconductor products. The market
for these products is characterized by rapidly changing technology, rapid
product obsolescence, cyclical market patterns, evolving industry standards and
frequent new product introductions. The success of the issuers of the Securities
depends in substantial part on the timely and successful introduction of new
products. An unexpected change in one or more of the technologies affecting an
issuer's products or in the market for products based on a particular technology
could have a material adverse affect on an issuer's operating results.
Furthermore, there can be no assurance that the issuers of the Securities will
be able to respond timely to compete in the rapidly developing marketplace.

     Based on trading history of common stock, factors such as announcements of
new products or development of new technologies and general conditions of the
industry have caused and are likely to cause the market price of semiconductor
common stocks to fluctuate substantially. In addition, semiconductor stocks have
experienced extreme price and volume fluctuations that often have been unrelated
to the operating performance of such companies. This market volatility may
adversely affect the market price of the Securities and therefore the ability of
a Unitholder to redeem Units at a price equal to or greater than the original
price paid for such Units.

     Some key components of certain products of semiconductor issuers are
currently available only from single sources. There can be no assurance that in
the future suppliers will be able to meet the demand for components in a timely
and cost effective manner. Accordingly, an issuer's operating results and
customer relationships could be adversely affected by either an increase in
price for, or an interruption or reduction in supply of any key components.
Additionally, many semiconductor issuers are characterized by a highly
concentrated customer base consisting of a limited number of large customers who
may require product vendors to comply with rigorous industry standards. Any
failure to comply with such standards may result in a significant loss or
reduction of sales. Because many products and technologies of semiconductor
companies are incorporated into other related products, such companies are often
highly dependent on the performance of the personal computer, electronics and
telecommunications industries. There can be no assurance that these customers
will place additional orders, or that an issuer of Securities will obtain orders
of similar magnitude as past orders from other customers. Similarly, the success
of certain semiconductor companies is tied to a relatively small concentration
of products or technologies. Accordingly, a decline in demand of such products,
technologies or from such customers could have a material adverse impact on
issuers of the Securities.

     Many technology companies rely on a combination of patents, copyrights,
trademarks and trade secret laws to establish and protect their proprietary
rights in their products and technologies. There can be no assurance that the
steps taken by the issuers of the Securities to protect their proprietary rights
will be adequate to prevent misappropriation of their technology or that
competitors  will not independently develop technologies that are substantially
equivalent or superior to such issuers' technology. In addition, due to the
increasing public use of the Internet, it is possible that other laws and
regulations may be adopted to address issues such as privacy, pricing,
characteristics, and quality of Internet products and services. The adoption of
any such laws could have a material adverse impact on the Securities in a
Trust. The above factors could adversely affect the value of a Trust's Units.

      Real Estate Investment Trusts. An investment in the Trust should be made
with an understanding of the risks inherent in an investment in REITs
specifically and in real estate generally (in addition to securities market
risks). The underlying value of the Securities and the Trust's ability to make
distributions to Unitholders may be adversely affected by changes in the
national, state and local economic climate and real estate conditions (such as
oversupply of or reduced demand for space, changes in market rental rates or
declining property values), increasing values and reduced supply of desirable
properties for acquisition, perceptions of prospective tenants of the safety,
convenience and attractiveness of the properties, the ability of the owner to
provide adequate management, maintenance and insurance, the ability to collect
on a timely basis all rents from tenants, tenant defaults, the cost of complying
with the Americans with Disabilities Act, rising inflation rates, increased
competition from other properties, obsolescence of properties, changes in the
availability, cost and terms of mortgage funds, the impact of present or future
environmental legislation and compliance with environmental laws, the ongoing
need for capital improvements, particularly in older properties, changes in real
estate tax rates and other operating expenses, regulatory and economic
impediments to raising rents, adverse changes in governmental rules and fiscal
policies, dependency on management skills, civil unrest, acts of God, including
earthquakes and other natural disasters (which may result in uninsured losses),
acts of war, adverse changes in zoning laws, and other factors which are beyond
the control of the issuers of the REITs in the Trust.

     The value of the REITs may at times be particularly sensitive to
devaluation in the event of rising interest rates. Equity REITs are less likely
to be affected by interest rate fluctuations than mortgage REITs and the nature
of the underlying assets of an equity REIT may be considered more tangible than
that of a mortgage REIT. Equity REITs are more likely to be adversely affected
by changes in the value of the underlying properties they own, or are
acquiring, than mortgage REITs.

     REITs may concentrate investments in specific geographic areas or in
specific property types, i.e., hotels, shopping malls, residential complexes and
office buildings. The impact of economic conditions on REITs can also be
expected to vary with geographic location and property type. Investors should be
aware that the REITs may not be diversified and are subject to the risks of
financing projects. REITs are also subject to defaults by borrowers,
self-liquidation, the market's perception of the REIT industry generally, and
the possibility of failing to qualify for pass-through of income under the
Internal Revenue Code, and to maintain exemption from the Investment Company Act
of 1940. A default by a borrower or lessee may cause the REIT to experience
delays in enforcing its right as mortgagee or lessor and to incur significant
costs related to protecting its investments. In addition, because real estate
generally is subject to real property taxes, the REITs in the Trust may be
adversely affected by increases or decreases in property tax rates and
assessments or reassessments of the properties underlying the REITs by taxing
authorities. Furthermore, because real estate is relatively illiquid, the
ability of REITs to vary their portfolios in response to changes in economic and
other conditions may be limited and may adversely affect the value of the Units.
There can be no assurance that any REIT will be able to dispose of its
underlying real estate assets when advantageous or necessary. In an effort to
reduce the impact of the risks discussed above, the Sponsor has selected REITs
that are diversified among various real estate sectors and geographic locations.

     REITs generally maintain comprehensive insurance on presently owned and
subsequently acquired real property assets, including liability, fire and
extended coverage. However, certain types of losses may be uninsurable or not be
economically insurable as to which the underlying properties are at risk in
their particular locales. There can be no assurance that insurance coverage will
be sufficient to pay the full current market value or current replacement cost
of any lost investment. Various factors might make it impracticable to use
insurance proceeds to replace a facility after it has been damaged or destroyed.
Under such circumstances, the insurance proceeds received by a REIT might not be
adequate to restore its economic position with respect to such property.

     Under various environmental laws, a current or previous owner or operator
of real property may be liable for the costs of removal or remediation of
hazardous or toxic substances on, under or in such property. Such laws often
impose liability whether or not the owner or operator caused or knew of the
presence of such hazardous or toxic substances and whether or not the storage of
such substances was in violation of a tenant's lease. In addition, the presence
of hazardous or toxic substances, or the failure to remediate such property
properly, may adversely affect the owner's ability to borrow using such real
property as collateral. No assurance can be given that one or more of the REITs
in the Trust may not be presently liable or potentially liable for any such
costs in connection with real estate assets they presently own or subsequently
acquire while such REITs are held in the Trust.

     Unitholders will be unable to dispose of any of the Securities in the
Portfolio, as such, and will not be able to vote the Securities. As the holder
of the Securities, the Trustee will have the right to vote all of the voting
stocks in the Trust and will vote such stocks in accordance with the
instructions of the Sponsor.


     Leisure and Entertainment Sector Portfolio. An investment in Units of the
Leisure and Entertainment Sector Portfolio should be made with an understanding
of the problems and risks inherent in the travel, retail, electronic, sporting,
multimedia, Internet and wireless sectors in general. An investment in companies
in the leisure and entertainment industries should be made with an understanding
of the many factors that may have an adverse impact on a particular company, or
on the industries in general. These factors include the cyclical nature of
revenues and earnings of companies involved in these industries, changing
consumer tastes and interests, rapid product obsolescence, cyclical market
patterns, the availability of discretionary income, intense competition,
government regulation and deregulation.

     Certain companies involved in these industries may derive a significant
portion of their revenues from the discretionary income of individuals. This
discretionary income may be adversely affected by economic downturns. A decrease
in discretionary income could in turn adversely affect revenues for companies in
these industries. In addition, companies in certain industries, such as airline
companies, are subject to government regulation and significant operating costs,
such as fuel. As a result, securities in these industries are subject to price
volatility.

     Aerospace and Defense Sector Portfolio. An investment in Units of the
Aerospace and Defense Sector Portfolio should be made with an understanding of
the problems and risks inherent in the aerospace and defense sectors in general.

     The aerospace and defense sector is composed of three major segments:
commercial aircraft manufacturing, defense and space. The commercial aircraft
manufacturing industry consists of more than 100 public and privately-sponsored
military contractors and suppliers, though it is dominated by only a handful of
companies. Over the past 20 years, the total number of companies involved in
this industry is falling due to consolidation, which has increased
concentration. In addition to general business risks, companies involved in the
commercial aircraft manufacturing industry are subject to cyclical market
patterns and production cycles, decreased demand for new aircraft, high fixed
operating costs and capital expenditure requirements, and the consequences of
airline deregulation, which include fierce competition, maturing markets,
commodization of commercial jets, and large supplies of used airplanes.

     The defense industry is affected by government policies that impact
appropriations and by shifting regional conflicts around the world. Companies
involved in this industry are subject to high research, development and
implementation costs, decreased demand for arms internationally, intense global
competition, cuts in government funding, and government regulation.

     The space industry includes government-funded space programs and private
companies involved in the commercial space business. This industry consists of
satellite manufacturing, ground support equipment and services and rocket-making
and launch services. Companies involved in this industry are subject to risks
such as decreased government funding or tight budget caps, product or technology
obsolescence, high research and development costs, government regulation and
loss of experienced personnel from funding cutbacks. The above factors could
adversely affect the value of the Units of the Portfolio.

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