Advanced Micro Devices remained the busiest symbol at TradeStation Securities in March as growth stocks attempted to rebound from steep drops earlier in the year.
The monthly top 10 had few big changes as the broader market registered its first positive month since December. AMC Entertainment (AMC) reentered the list after surging on plans to diversify into gold mining. Alibaba (BABA) also gained popularity as Chinese officials signaled an end to their crackdown on the technology sector.
Meta Platforms (FB), the parent of Facebook, was the most noteworthy company to exit the top 10.
Here’s the complete list for March, according to TradeStation data:
- Advanced Micro Devices (AMD): The semiconductor company kept the top place from February.
- SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY): The market-tracking ETF remained at No. 2.
- Invesco QQQ Trust (QQQ): The Nasdaq-tracking fund maintained its position relative to the previous month.
- Tesla (TSLA): The electric-car stock remained in fourth place after dropping from the top of the list in February.
- ProShares UltraPro QQQ (TQQQ): The leveraged ETF kept its spot from the previous month.
- Nvidia (NVDA): The semiconductor stock remained at No. 6 in March.
- Apple (AAPL): The tech giant inched up one spot last month.
- AMC Entertainment (AMC): The movie-theater stock rose from 12th in February.
- Alibaba (BABA): The Chinese tech giant moved up from 24th the previous month.
- ProShares UltraPro QQQ Short (SQQQ): The inverse leveraged fund entered the top 10, rising from 13th in February.
The following symbols exited the top 10:
- Meta Platforms (FB): The social-media giant slipped from seventh in February to 15th in March.
- Peloton (PTON): The exercise stock dropped from ninth in February to 80th in March.
- Direxion Daily Semiconductor Bull 3X ETF (SOXL): The leveraged ETF, which tracks semiconductors, dropped from 10th in February to 14th in March.