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Tesla and gas are the two most traded assets in Italy

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Tesla and gas are the two most traded assets in Italy

Il natural gas e Tesla are the two most traded assets in Italy, according to new data from +Insights which take into consideration the period from 1 May 2022 to 30 April 2023.
The data, extracted from the new and exclusive feature of the English broker Plus500+Insights sheds light on the most traded instruments on the Plus500 CFD trading platform over the past 12 months. The recent stock rally (+90%) since the beginning of the year has returned to the CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk, the first place in the exclusive ranking of Bloomberg Billionaires Index.

Top 10 of the most traded instruments in Italy

According to +Insight data, it emerges that the most traded instruments in Italy are CFDs on natural gas and actions Tesla. While the second and third most traded instrument in Italy are the index Nasdaq 100 and the Petrolium. In terms of individual stocks, the second and third most traded shares are the two US tech giants Amazon and Meta.

The top 10 most traded stocks in Italy are made up of a majority of three tech companies: Meta, Apple and Snap. In addition, there are two electric machine manufacturing companies: Tesla e NIO. Followed by the companies Credit Suisse, Aurora Cannabis, Uniper and Netflix.

The most traded instruments in Italy according to +Insight

In the overall top ten, Italian investors preferred indices, comprising four of the top ten most traded instruments, followed by three currencies, two CFDs on energy and gold.

The list of the ten most traded stocks in Italy consists of a majority of three technology companies: Meta, Apple and Snap. Also, there are two automobile manufacturing companies: Tesla and NIO. Followed by Credit Cruisse, Aurora Cannabis, Uniper and Netflix.

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Tesla in rally (+90%) since the beginning of the year

Meanwhile, the rally in Tesla stock that began in early 2023 continues with flat strength, just yesterday the stock closed up 1.5% at $224 per share. This follows the update on the company’s official website, which confirmed that the two car models Model 3 e ModelY are eligible for a tax credit $ 7.500 thanks to the program Inflation Reduction Act, presented by the Biden administration. In other words these two models can be purchased for a price of $ 22.830, combining federal and state incentives. Previously, the cheaper Model 3 Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD) version qualified for half the amount.

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