Nancy Pelosi's ETF: A Look at Its Historical Returns

Discover how to invest like Nancy Pelosi and compare her ETF performance against the market and other congressmen and women.

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If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Nancy Pelosi has received attention over the years for her ability to successfully time the stock market, earning her the nickname “Queen of Stonks.” This has sparked interest in the Nancy Pelosi ETF (ticker NANC) which allows investors to replicate her trades.

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How good is Nancy Pelosi’s ETF vs the market?

The Nancy Pelosi ETF (NANC) was established on February 10, 2023, and has an all-time return of -0.81% since then. In contrast, SPY, an ETF which tracks the S&P 500, has generated a return of 1.16% during the same period.

What if you invested $20/week evenly in Nancy Pelosi’s portfolio for the past 5 years?

If you had invested $20/week evenly in Nancy Pelosi’s portfolio for the past 5 years, you’d have invested $5,220 and have $8,326 today. That’s a return of 1.6X. In contrast, if you had invested the same amount in the SPY ETF, you would have $8,130 today.

How good are Nancy Pelosi’s stock picks vs other congressmen?

A comparison of Nancy Pelosi's stock performance with that of other congressmen was recently conducted by Unusual Whales, the creators of the Nancy Pelosi ETF. Results showed that 26 members of Congress outperformed SPY in 2022, but Pelosi was not among them. While Congressman Pat Fallon achieved a 51.6% return, Pelosi's average return was -19.8%, which was slightly worse than SPY's average return of -18.2%.

How to invest in Nancy Pelosi’s ETF?

To invest like Nancy Pelosi, you can search for the NANC ETF provided by Unusual Whales, but note its high 0.75% expense ratio, which is significantly higher than the expense ratio of other popular ETFs such as the SPDR S&P 500 ETF, which costs only 0.0945%.

Investing like Nancy Pelosi is also possible with Share Invest, where you can use the dollar cost averaging strategy to invest a fixed amount of money regularly. You can start investing as little as $5 per week, irrespective of market conditions. By doing so, you can purchase more shares when the prices are low and fewer shares when they are high, which may help to mitigate the effects of market volatility on your investment.

Of course, it's important to do your own research and consult with a financial advisor before making any investment decisions.

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