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Top 20 ASX trades by Sharesight users – March 2022

by Stephanie Stefanovic, Content Manager, Sharesight | Mar 28th 2022

Welcome to the March 2022 edition of Sharesight’s monthly ASX trading snapshot, where we look at the top 20 trades Sharesight users made on the ASX during the month.

In this snapshot, buy trades were strongly led by Vanguard’s International Shares ETF (ASX: VGS), followed by the ETF provider’s Australian Shares (ASX: VAS) and Diversified High Growth (ASX: VDHG) ETFs. At the same time, sell trades were led by Woodside Petroleum (ASX: WPL), which is considering a merger with BHP (ASX: BHP) that would make it the largest ASX-listed energy firm. It was a mining-heavy month overall, with seven out of 10 of the top-traded stocks belonging to the mining sector. It was also a strong month for ETFs, with ETFs comprising nine out of 20 of the top trades.

Top 20 ASX trades March 2022

Top20 ASX monthly Mar22

Let’s look at the news behind some of the key stocks in this month’s snapshot:

Woodside Petroleum (ASX: WPL)

BHP (ASX: BHP)

Fortescue Metals (ASX: FMG)

Core Lithium (ASX: CXO)

Macquarie Group (ASX: MQG)

Lake Resources (ASX: LKE)

Nickel Mines Limited (ASX: NIC)

Zip Co (ASX: Z1P)

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