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It’s that that time of the month when analysts and trading platforms release their top stocks for the period.
Once again, September has seen tech stocks thrive.
Global multi-asset investing platform eToro has shared its Australian figures when it comes to the top traded September stocks on the platform.
According to the data, Australian retail investors piled into tech stocks in September as they prepare their portfolios for the upcoming holiday season.
Here is analyst Josh Gilbert’s take on the top five stocks.
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