Perry $$ Watch

High-level government officials have to file disclosures when they sell, transfer, or buy stock and other securities worth $10,000 or more. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry is worth $2 million, which makes him indigent by Trump Administration standards, but I’ll be posting his financial disclosures here nonetheless.

To get things rolling, here is Perry’s initial financial disclosureethics agreement (amended), and certificate of divestiture.


June 5, 2017 disclosure: Sold $200,00 to $500,000 of stock


March 28, 2017 disclosure: Sold $32,000 to $130,000 of stock


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