CORRUPTION? Members Of Congress Beat the S&P 500 Again – “Unusual Trades Resulting In Huge Gains”


It is time to ban stock trading for members of Congress.

Despite the market having the worst year since 2008, Members of Congress once again beat the market.

The S&P 500 was down 18% in 2022. Democrats were only down 1.76% and Republicans were up .389% on the year.

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Defense stocks were a money maker for members of Congress.

Both Democrats and Republicans made money buying defense stocks amidst the war in Ukraine.

Republicans sold a little bit more in stocks in 2022 but Democrats purchased far more than Republicans.

After a massive year in 2020 and 2021, Pelosi had a down year in 2022.


Well the Pelosi family had a greatly reduced trading year in 2022. In 2021 and 2020, they flourished, with huge outsized returns. We wrote entire reports on her trading style, as well as created a series of free ETFs to follow her moves.

Pelosi had a terrible year with options, where her deep ITM call strategy for her tech plays really did not work out in 2022. She exercised most of her plays that expired at a loss, and immediately sold those stocks. You can see her active options positions (down 99%) as well as the ones she exercised below:

Pelosi also added a 50k interest in an LLC called REOF LLC, bringing the total REOF investment to around 350k. Ultimately, Pelosi’s strategies worked well in 2020-2021, but failed as interest rates rose.

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