Sharesight20 top 20 trades on ASX & NZX - January 2019
Welcome to the January 2019 edition of the Sharesight20 monthly trading snapshot (click here for November 2018’s Sharesight20), where we look at the top 20 trades on both the ASX and NZX markets among the Sharesight userbase during the month, and dig a little deeper into the news behind these movements.
Let’s dive into January’s top trades.
Afterpay Touch (ASX: APT) put in a strong month yet again to claim second place in January, with Vanguard’s Australian (ASX: VAS) and International Shares (ASX: VGS) ETFs in first and third position. Some of the highlights in the top 20 include:
- Accident at the BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance Saraji Mine
- Change in BHP company secretary announced
- Negotiations between Samarco and certain lenders to restructure their unsecured financial obligation continued
- Australian Government won appeal against BHP over tax owed by marketing arm
- BHP and Rio Tinto endorsed Uluru statement
- NAB announced change in home loan variable interest rate
- NAB ATMs to remain fee free after the bank pulls out of rediATMnetwork (Which will now charge NAB customers fees)
- Telstra launched continuous connection on its subsea infrastructure
- Added substantial capacity to subsea infrastructure
- Announced agreements to deliver exclusive access to 5G commercial smartphones in the first half of 2019
- Implementation of the INDIGO subsea cable system with the completion, on schedule, of the final splicing of both the INDIGO West cable and Indigo Central cable
- Telstra’s search for skilled workers in India has sparked union rage
- Poor iPhone demand, GST impacts dragged down Kogan
- Kogan blamed Apple for big drop in global brands revenue
- Kogan refunds and returns policy showed "room for improvement"
- Kogan expanded whitegoods & built-in appliance range
- Organised emergency assistance package for bushfire affected areas in Tasmania
- Apple Pay made available to all Commonwealth Bank customers
- CBA’s blockchain center of excellence puts the pedal to the metal with successful ‘trade-chain’ experiment
Some of the January highlights in the NZX top 20 for January include:
- Why Sequoia Fund invested in a2 Milk
- Rival Bellamy's launched baby formula with twice the omega-3 content
- Eight Manapouri community groups received funding through power up community fund
- Meridian announced plans to expand EV charging thanks to the Government’s low emission vehicle contestable fund
- Twelve Waitaki community groups receive funding through Meridian’s power up community fund
- Auckland Airport announced a change in leadership as Jason Delamore, general manager marketing and technology to leave the company in April 2019 to become the chief executive of Fronde
Important Disclaimer. We do not provide tax or investment advice. The buying of shares can be complex and varies by country. You should seek tax and investment advice specific to your situation before acting on any of the information in this article.
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