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Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi Stock Tracker
(Nancy Pelosi Stock Tracker is a list of stocks invested by the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. Let’s explore what’s inside Nancy Pelosi’s Portfolio.)
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Nancy Pelosi Stock Tracker
Before the November midterm elections in the United States, Democratic House leaders allegedly want to submit legislation prohibiting lawmakers and their families from trading individual stocks. Currently, Congress members are permitted to purchase and sell individual shares of stock as long as they declare their transactions within 45 days. Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic House Speaker, and her husband, banker Paul Pelosi, have amassed many stock traders on social networking sites in recent years due to their successful stock market investments. In reality, according to financial data company Unusual Whales, Pelosi's stock trading performance was sixth-best in Congress in 2021. "Nancy Pelosi Stock Tracker" is a list of stocks invested by the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, as evidenced by her most recent stock purchases.
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Nancy Pelosi’s Congressional stock ban
Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic speaker, released a plan that aims to address insider trading issues in Washington about ten months after she laughed at the idea of prohibiting members from trading stocks. Certain government officials and members of their immediate families would be prohibited from holding or trading stocks in particular firms, as well as investments in securities, commodities, futures, and cryptocurrencies, according to a portion of the bill that has drawn intense scrutiny.