Gemma Dale is Director of SMSF and Investor Behaviour at nabtrade.
Half yearly updates from Westpac, ANZ and NAB have provided trading opportunities as well as a guide to the health of the broader economy.
Investors have been taking profits in banks, while energy stocks have been hugely popular as global oil prices surge.
Fortescue, BHP and Lynas are among the most traded stocks locally, while Tesla, Microsoft and Palantir dominate international trades.
Zip, Afterpay, South32 and Whitehaven are among the most traded stocks of the week.
Investors have taken advantage of recent market strength to take profits and sell down overweight positions in companies such as Westpac and Fortescue.
Fortescue has topped the list of most traded stocks this week, while Airtasker has attracted significant interest since listing last week.
Here are the key stocks bought or sold over the week, including Airtasker, Lynas, Fortescue and CSL.
Travel stocks continued to feature in the most traded stocks this week, including Flight Centre (FLT), Qantas (QAN) and Webjet (WEB).
Fiscal stimulus in the US and Australia have supported markets this week, however the threat of rising bond yields, rising oil prices and falling iron ore have given investors plenty to think about.
Here are the key stocks bought or sold over the week.
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