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.
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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