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Sharesight20 top 20 trades on ASX & NZX - June 2018

by David Olsen, Content Manager, Sharesight

Welcome to the June 2018 edition of the Sharesight20 monthly trading snapshot (click here for last month’s Sharesight20), where we look at the top 20 trades on both the ASX and NZX markets among the Sharesight userbase during the current month, and dig a little deeper into the news behind these movements.

Also for those who are curious, we’ve just done a deep dive into the top 20 shares traded on the ASX for the entire 2017/18 financial year. But first, let’s dive into June’s top trades.

Sharesight20ASX June Snapshot

Top20 ASX - June 2018

Telstra (ASX: TLS) again tops our monthly snapshot, with significant trading activity as a result of their 2020 strategy and restructure announcement. Key highlights include:

Telstra Corporation (ASX: TLS)

Commonwealth Bank (ASX: CBA)

Ramsay Health Care (ASX: RHC)

National Australia Bank (ASX: NAB)

Santos Ltd (ASX: STO)

REA Group (ASX: REA)

Sharesight20NZX June 2018 Snapshot

Top20 NZX (29)

June was a massive month for ETFs, with the top three places all claimed by index tracking funds. Not only this, a further seven ETFs made it into the top 20 most traded shares by investors using Sharesight.

A2 Milk Company (NZX: A2M)

Pushpay Holdings (ASX: PPH)

Restaurant Brands NZ (NZX: RBD)

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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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