In the BinckBank Investors Top 200, a non-Dutch share is among the top ten for the first time: Tesla.
The broker published the results of the annual survey on Tuesday, which provides a picture of which shares and funds are popular with Dutch investors.
Shell, which experienced a price drop of about 40 percent in the past year, remains the most popular stock among Dutch investors.
ING and ASML are in second and third place.
The effects of the corona crisis are clearly visible in the list.
Shares of vaccine manufacturers Pfizer and Moderna appear on the list for the first time, and Just Eat Takeaway is one of the biggest risers as a home delivery company during lockdowns.
Stocks that fell sharply in value were sometimes also in demand.
Investors saw ideal entry points for Air France KLM, Basic-Fit and therefore also for Shell.
According to BinckBank, Dutch investors mainly focus on tech stocks that also represent the theme of sustainability.
The Chinese competitor of Tesla, NIO, is the highest new entrant in 65th place and charging station manufacturer Alfen the largest riser (from 177 to 56).
The research is based on the portfolios of more than 200,000 private investors at BinckBank.