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The Hottest & Most Traded Stocks In The Last 14 Trading Days

The Hottest & Most Traded Stocks In The Last 14 Trading Days

18 Feb 2022

Top Breakouts over last 14 days:


Most Traded Stocks:


08 Feb 2022

All eyes on the following stocks.

Meta Platforms aka $FB needs a boost following the bashing it took the other day. Other stocks to watch are: Spotify $SPOT, Snap $SNAP part of the Meta family, this also took a kicking. PayPal $PYPL, Tesla $TSLA, the one and only Amazon $AMZN many wished that had bought years ago and held. Apple $AAPL another stock growth, share price success story. Also another hot favourite for stock market investors is the Vanguard S&P 500 ETF $VUSA.

31 Jan 2022

$TSLA, $NIO, $AAPL, $VUSA are some of the the most popular broker’s hottest trading and investing tickers since our last update. We’ll update again in around the 08 Jan 2022.

25 Jan 2022

Here follows is a list of the most traded stocks over the last 14 trading days. These include top breakouts. This information was obtained from a selection of popular trading and investment apps.

Zynga $ZNGA
Virgin Galactic $SPCE
Telefonica $TEF
Vinco Ventures $BBIG
Netflix $NFLX
Activision Blizzard $ATVI
Meta Platforms $FB
Peloton Interactive $PTON
Tesla $TSLA
Vanguard S&P 500 $VUSA
Apple $AAPL
Amazon $AMZN
Microsoft $MSFT

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