Yeah we've seen the Pelosi Capital Management memes
The data that powers this portfolio comes from the United States House/Senate Financial Disclosure Forms and Reports
. As you'll see in the data, we're not told the exact amount of the purchase/sale of the assets, but rather a range. We take an educated guess, guided by a number of factors. The top three are the tightness of the range, her current exposure to the stock, and the amount of trading she's done around the time of that purchase/sale
There's a 45 day buffer period allowed before a disclosure is required of any Rep/Senator under the STOCK Act
A person's status as a government representative does not inherently correlate with above-market returns. Per the STOCK Act, members of Congress are required to file reports disclosing securities transactions within 45 days after the trade takes place, but this delay means that this tracking fund can not immediately correlate with any Congressional member's portfolio.