Sharesight users' top 20 SMSF trades of FY21/22

by Stephanie Stefanovic, Content Manager, Sharesight | Jun 29th 2022

Welcome to our annual Australian financial year trading snapshot for SMSFs, where we look at Sharesight users’ 20 most traded SMSF stocks during the 2021/22 financial year. To find out the market-moving news behind some of these stocks, keep reading.

Top20 AU SMSF FY21-22

In this FY21/22 SMSF trading snapshot, buy and sell trades were led by BHP (ASX: BHP), which underwent major changes throughout the financial year, including the unification of its corporate structure and the merging of its oil and gas business with Woodside Energy (ASX: BHP). Trades were followed by Fortescue Metals (ASX: FMG), which has seen its share price fluctuate along with the iron ore price; as well as Woodside Energy, which saw its profit hit a seven-year high before the company’s merger with BHP. Overall, the top 20 SMSF trades were weighted heavily towards blue chip stocks, with a strong preference for mining and banking stocks.

BHP (ASX: BHP)

Woodside Energy (ASX: WDS)

Fortescue Metals (ASX: FMG)

Macquarie Group (ASX: MQG)

CSL (ASX: CSL)

Westpac (ASX: WBC)

Commonwealth Bank (ASX: CBA)

Wesfarmers (ASX: WES)

National Australia Bank (ASX: NAB)

Telstra (ASX: TLS)

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