Russians began to invest more often in Gazprom shares – Rambler / finance



In 2020, Russians most often invested in Gazprom shares, the Moscow Exchange reported.

The number of individuals who opened brokerage accounts on the Moscow Exchange in 2020 increased by a record 5 million, reaching 8.8 million. Thus, last year, more Russian citizens became private investors than in all previous years.

In 2020, private investors invested RUB 301 billion in shares on the Moscow Exchange.

The most popular among private investors were the shares of Gazprom – 23.1% of the total investment, Lukoil – 11.8%, Norilsk Nickel – 11.3%, ordinary and preferred shares of Sberbank – 10.5% and 8%, respectively , Aeroflot – 8.2%, Mail.ru Group – 7.4%, preferred shares of Surgutneftegaz 6.8%, MTS 6.5% and VTB Bank (6.3%).

Among foreign companies, the leaders are: Alibaba Group Holding LTD (29.5%), Pfizer Inc. (11.6%), Apple (11.1%), Tesla Inc. (9.9%), Intel (8%), Boeing (7.7%), Amazon (7%), NVIDIA (5.1%), AT&T Inc. (5.1%) and American Airlines Group Inc. (4.9%).

Earlier, as “Rambler” wrote, the analyst of TeleTrade Petr Pushkarev advised to invest small savings (about one hundred thousand rubles) in shares. In his opinion, part of the money should be directed to Russian blue chips in rubles, and the rest – to American shares in dollars. He noted that Walt Disney grew 17% in 2020 thanks to internet premieres, Apple stock grew by almost 75%, Amazon stock by 68%. In Russia, the previous peaks were repeated by the shares of Sberbank and Norilsk Nickel, and X5 retail chains gained more than 25%.

Video of the day. Russians will be able to receive a pension in any EAEU country

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In 2020, Russians most often invested in Gazprom shares, the Moscow Exchange reported.

The number of individuals who opened brokerage accounts on the Moscow Exchange in 2020 increased by a record 5 million, reaching 8.8 million. Thus, last year, more Russian citizens became private investors than in all previous years.

In 2020, private investors invested RUB 301 billion in shares on the Moscow Exchange.

The most popular among private investors were the shares of Gazprom – 23.1% of the total investment, Lukoil – 11.8%, Norilsk Nickel – 11.3%, ordinary and preferred shares of Sberbank – 10.5% and 8%, respectively , Aeroflot – 8.2%, Mail.ru Group – 7.4%, preferred shares of Surgutneftegaz 6.8%, MTS 6.5% and VTB Bank (6.3%).

Among foreign companies, the leaders are: Alibaba Group Holding LTD (29.5%), Pfizer Inc. (11.6%), Apple (11.1%), Tesla Inc. (9.9%), Intel (8%), Boeing (7.7%), Amazon (7%), NVIDIA (5.1%), AT&T Inc. (5.1%) and American Airlines Group Inc. (4.9%).

Earlier, as “Rambler” wrote, the analyst of TeleTrade Petr Pushkarev advised to invest small savings (about one hundred thousand rubles) in shares. In his opinion, part of the money should be directed to Russian blue chips in rubles, and the rest – to American shares in dollars. He noted that Walt Disney grew 17% in 2020 thanks to internet premieres, Apple stock grew by almost 75%, Amazon stock by 68%. In Russia, the previous peaks were repeated by the shares of Sberbank and Norilsk Nickel, and X5 retail chains gained more than 25%.

Video of the day. Russians will be able to receive a pension in any EAEU country

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In 2020, Russians most often invested in Gazprom shares, the Moscow Exchange reported.

The number of individuals who opened brokerage accounts on the Moscow Exchange in 2020 increased by a record 5 million, reaching 8.8 million. Thus, last year, more Russian citizens became private investors than in all previous years.

In 2020, private investors invested RUB 301 billion in shares on the Moscow Exchange.

The most popular among private investors were the shares of Gazprom – 23.1% of the total investment, Lukoil – 11.8%, Norilsk Nickel – 11.3%, ordinary and preferred shares of Sberbank – 10.5% and 8%, respectively , Aeroflot – 8.2%, Mail.ru Group – 7.4%, preferred shares of Surgutneftegaz 6.8%, MTS 6.5% and VTB Bank (6.3%).

Among foreign companies, the leaders are: Alibaba Group Holding LTD (29.5%), Pfizer Inc. (11.6%), Apple (11.1%), Tesla Inc. (9.9%), Intel (8%), Boeing (7.7%), Amazon (7%), NVIDIA (5.1%), AT&T Inc. (5.1%) and American Airlines Group Inc. (4.9%).

Earlier, as “Rambler” wrote, the analyst of TeleTrade Petr Pushkarev advised to invest small savings (about one hundred thousand rubles) in shares. In his opinion, part of the money should be directed to Russian blue chips in rubles, and the rest – to American shares in dollars. He noted that Walt Disney grew 17% in 2020 thanks to internet premieres, Apple stock grew by almost 75%, Amazon stock by 68%. In Russia, the previous peaks were repeated by the shares of Sberbank and Norilsk Nickel, and X5 retail chains gained more than 25%.

Video of the day. Russians will be able to receive a pension in any EAEU country




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