The recent most disclosures of Zoe Lofgren, the U.S. representative from California, show that she invested in five stocks last month.
Congresswoman Lofgren bought shares of Anheuser-Busch Inbev SA (BUD: US), which owns brands like Budweiser, Corona, and Stella, for $1,000 - $15,000 at a closing price of $49.9. The Congresswoman also invested the same amount in Bank of America (BAC: US) at a closing price of $34.94 per share.
Elsewhere, she also bought shares of Becton Dickinson (BDX: US), Gilead Sciences (GILD: US), and Quanta Services (PWR: US). All these trades were made in the name of Lofgren’s spouse.
The Californian Representative made over 200 trades in the past 3 years, usually trading in smaller values. The five most traded stocks include Home Depot (HD: US), T-Mobile (TMUS: US), UnitedHealth Group (UNH: US), Verizon Communications (VZ: US), and Applied Materials (AMAT: US).
Lofgren’s most traded sectors are Financials, Healthcare, Tech, and Consumer Staples. The biggest trade made by Lofgren was buying shares of Union Pacific (UNP: US) in April this year. She invested between $15,000 - $50,000 in UNP stock, when it closed at a price of $257.74, which now trades sharply lower. The share price closed at $196.74 on Thursday.
Congresswoman Lofgren is a very active House member. She serves on the committees for House Administration, Judiciary, and Modernization of Congress. The Congresswoman is also a member of the Science, Space and Technology Committee, which explains why she often trades tech stocks.