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Gas exploration and production, Gaming, Real Estate and Home Fashion.
You don't have to like someone to make make yourself some money. While I do not agree with his picks I am betting on him as he is a seasoned active investor. My best pick besides Yahoo.
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Why follow Carl Icahn's investment moves when one can own his Limited Investment Partnership and own them all?Icahn Enterprises L.P. is a BUY!!!Kahuna, CFAInvestment Professional1974 - Present
High dividend, portfolio hedged for rough times., owns Railways for transporting natural gas.
If you can't beat them, join them.
Follow King Street Capital P/E 5.97
Icahn is a sharp guy and he invests in value deals that an ordinary person has no aptitude to evaluate.
Inside Buying BIGJohn's Pick
Icahn Enterprises' current market cap of $3.5 billion is less than the combined value of its $1 billion cash position and $2.8 billion in securities that it holds. Add to that Ichan's successful track record as an investor and this is an interesting play.Deej
ROE of 34 and rev growth of 57 on stock screener.
IEP's net assets are worth twice as much as its market cap.
the company name is a dot com flashback, when real estate was hot everyone was real estate this or that, gas exploration, needs focus not a conglomerategaming can mix with real estate only if hotel partners are available, gaming is a financing intensive businesshome fashion, tough business, retail highly dependent on financing to expandthis not a good diversify play as all there business can and will get hit by a recession, cash, cash, cash are the three most important wordssolid companies, w/cash in the bank,
I am not quite sure why this is a 1 star stock here. Anyone care to explain?Getting on board with Icahn seems like a good move to me. Especially at a 52 week low
Real estate play
Trying it out, Been steady since 2004
From my short ideas/valuation screen
Wait for the price to drop to 105 and by then sell at 129.
Carl Icahn's track record speaks for itself. Between 96 and 04, Icahn invested in 56 companies, with an average stock gain of 53%. The market is ripe for more of his astute acquisitions.
Yay, debts and whoaming P/E!Dealing with gas is still not a synonym to being a succesful company. Fortunately, I presume ;)
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