Nancy Pelosi Targeted by Democrats After Shady Stock Market Deals

It seems like everyone has a dream of being some big stock investor and making millions of dollars buying and selling stocks.

Personally, I am quite involved in the stock market myself. I mostly day trade, but sometimes swing trade as well.

I think many people tend to gravitate towards trading cryptocurrency as well as it is more accessible and typically more volatile. The more volatile it is the greater the highs and lows are. The greater the highs are the greater the potential for big gains is. We’ve seen various cryptocurrencies skyrocket by hundreds or even thousands of percentage points create millionaires in the process.

At the same time though, there are sever who don’t understand the market and end up buying at the top of the market and end up having to hold onto their stocks or crypto because they held it all the way down the price ladder. We call that bag holding.

But the big money is in options. You do have to be careful when trading stock options because you can lose your entire investment in the process. Also, if you don’t know what you’re doing, you could end up losing more than your initial investment.

However, I may have found a way to nearly guarantee success in the stock market. The secret is…DO WHAT NANCY AND PAUL PELOSI DO!

She recently received backlash for her involvement in what seems to be insider trading and then defended doing so. Well, Nancy and her husband just took some big money call options in a few stocks that are set to expire at the end of next year. If they’re investing in something, they know something about it or about legislation that is coming up for the companies.

So who did the Pelosi family invest in this time?

“House Speaker Nancy Pelosi once again trying her ‘luck’ in the stock market, this time with millions in call options in Google, Roblox and Disney,” Journalist Glenn Greenwald wrote on Twitter. “I predict Pelosi’s success. Hard to bet against one of the richest politicians in the world, especially given her stock success.”

Given their track record, I would agree that they’re going to be successful.

Believe it or not, I actually agree with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on what she said about members of Congress and investments; “There is no reason members of Congress should hold and trade individual stock when we write major policy and have access to sensitive information. There are many ways members can invest w/o creating actual or appeared conflict of interest, like thrift savings plans or index funds.”

When you work for a company and have stock options at the company, there is typically a window of time in which you can invest in the stock. At the minimum, Congress needs the same but probably something more strict.

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