5 Surprising Stocks in Nancy Pelosi's Portfolio

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The current Minority Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi is a lot of things: she's the youngest of six children, she's a native of Baltimore, Maryland, a member of the Democratic party, and currently representing California's 12th district -- which covers most of San Francisco.

But what else is Mrs. Pelosi?... Pretty darn rich. According to opensecrets.org Pelosi has accumulated approximately $94 million in net worth; that ranks 9th among all current members of Congress.

While in the process of digging through Mrs. Pelosi's investments, I'll be honest, I was shocked by the sheer size and strength of the portfolio, though, perhaps I shouldn't have been considering the Minority Leader of the House is married to a former investment banker.  

So, with a little help from our friends over at opensecret.org, let's take a look at five of the most surprising picks in Nancy Pelosi's Portfolio.  

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