Carl Icahn

Carl Icahn

Last Update: 12-22-2017

Number of Stocks: 16
Number of New Stocks: 0

Total Value: $21,251 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 1%

Countries: USA
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Carl Icahn past Portfolios

Carl Icahn 13F Filings

Portfolio DateNumber of StocksTotal Value (Mil)Number of New StocksQ/Q Turnover
2017-09-3016$21,25101%
2017-06-3016$19,55402%
2017-03-3120$19,93714%
2016-12-3119$22,37403%
2016-09-3021$19,80502%
2016-06-3023$20,27627%
2016-03-3127$21,48501%
2015-12-3127$29,584214%
2015-09-3025$27,87629%
2015-06-3024$31,20123%
2015-03-3122$32,05201%
2014-12-3122$31,89612%
2014-09-3021$33,63417%
2014-06-3021$32,53212%
2014-03-3120$32,928210%
2013-12-3119$30,45618%
2013-09-3021$24,635214%
2013-06-3019$21,516013%
2013-03-3119$16,956410%
2012-12-3118$12,86827%
2012-09-3018$11,19414%
2012-06-3018$10,465124%
2012-03-3119$9,77508%
2011-12-3121$11,65215%
2011-09-3022$11,142415%
2011-06-3030$11,183767%
2011-03-3127$5,437424%
2010-12-3123$5,62513%
2010-09-3029$5,019513%
2010-06-3025$3,686916%
2010-03-3119$3,178112%
2009-12-3118$2,874117%
2009-09-3021$3,13224%
2009-06-3020$2,76001%
2009-03-3125$2,33912%

Carl Icahn 13D/G Filings

Filing date : 2017-12-20, 2017-11-22, 2017-11-15, 2017-11-14, 2017-10-11,

Carl Icahn Watch

  • eBay Is a Carl Icahn Bargain Stock

    The eBay Marketplaces’ have over 25 million active sellers and 157 million active buyers around the world, creating a small but still present barrier to entry for rivals. The company is exploring a new “Amazon Prime” style service in Germany that could be rolled out globally. All of this and a multibillion-dollar profit from the PayPal (NASDAQ:PYPL) spinoff has created a possible buying opportunity in Icahn’s third-largest holding.


      


  • Seeing Danger Ahead, How Carl Icahn Has Positioned His Portfolio

    Activist investor Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) has portended doom for markets possibly the loudest of any prognosticator with his video “Danger Ahead,” but he hasn’t pulled all of his money out. In fact, he has purchased several greater-than 5% stakes in the third quarter and added more shares to existing holdings, including boosting his holding of Cheniere Energy (LNG) on Monday.


    He also, in the second quarter, sold sparingly, exiting only his position in Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) and cutting his position in Gannett Co. (NYSE:GCI) by 50%.

      


  • Carl Icahn Drops Full 15-Minute ‘Danger Ahead’ Video

    After posting a teaser trailer on his website Monday, Icahn on Tuesday released his video detailing all the reasons he believes the economy is coasting toward disaster. The activist investor known for shaking up corporate boards railed against “fallacious” corporate earnings, bubbles created by low interest rates, high-yield bonds being sold by Wall Street, and more, while endorsing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.


    “It’s just Déjà vu,” Icahn ends the video by saying. “The public, they got screwed in ’08. They’re going to get screwed again. I think it was Santayana who said ‘Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.' And I’m afraid we’re going down that road.”

      


  • Billionaire Investor Carl Icahn Tells Fox Business Network That 'The Fed Should Be Raising Rates Now'

    In an interview to appear on FOX Business Network’s Cavuto: Coast to Coast on Tuesday, September 29 at 12PM/ET host Neil Cavuto speaks with Billionaire investor Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) about GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump, interest rates and the economy. When asked whether Donald Trump is his candidate for president, Icahn said, “he definitely is” and that “I think he's the best by far of any of these guys.” Icahn also spoke about whether the Federal Reserve should have raised interest rates saying, “I'd say definitely the Fed should be raising rates now, absolutely, to stop this proliferation of high yield debt and you're right, they've painted themselves in a corner.” Icahn went on to say, that the Federal Reserve is “building bubbles as we speak.”  


  • Carl Icahn Releases Ominous 'Danger Ahead' Video

    Over foreboding music, clips of Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) warning of impending danger in U.S. markets on various media outlets in recent months float past in a trailer for a video he will release Tuesday via his website. In the clips, the investor said he worries about a high-yield market bubble and an overheated stock market propelled by zero interest rates.


    The video ends with Icahn, who has endorsed Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, seated in his office saying he released the video because "I feel so strongly about the dysfunction that is going on both in Washington and the boardrooms of corporate America."

      


  • Carl Icahn Raises Stake in Freeport McMoRan

    Guru Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) of Icahn Capital Management last week increased his shares in a stake that is new to his portfolio.


    Icahn became a stockholder in Freeport McMoRan Inc. (NYSE:FCX), a Phoenix-based metals and mining company and one of the world’s leading producers of gold, with the purchase of an 88,000,000-share stake in mid-August. Icahn paid an average price of $10.24 per share on that investment in a deal that had a 4.29% impact on his portfolio.

      


  • Carl Icahn Buys 8.5% Stake in Freeport-McMoRan

    Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) continues to bottom feed for companies faltering under weak commodity prices, today disclosing an 88 million-share stake in mining and oil company Freeport McMoRan (NYSE:FCX) that gives him 8.46% interest in the company.


    Icahn built the stake through various transactions beginning July 17, dating the regulatory filing for Aug. 17. The company’s shares declined 72% in the past year and trade around $10.19 Thursday, up 28.7% on Icahn’s announcement.

      


  • Icahn Adds Stake in Tegna, Cheniere Energy

    During the second quarter, activist investor Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) added two new stakes to his portfolio and sold out his holding in Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX), according to data reported by GuruFocus Real Time Picks.


    Icahn purchased 14,967,373 shares of Tegna (NYSE:TGNA) for an average price of $28.79 per share. Tegna is an international media and marketing solutions company that reaches more than 110 million people per month.

      


  • Icahn Enterprises Second Quarter 13F Filing

    Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio)'s Icahn Enterprises (NASDAQ:IEP) released its second quarter 13F filing last Friday. The firm disclosed new stakes in Tegna Inc. (NYSE:TGNA), Gannett Spinco Inc. (NYSE:GCI) and Cheniere Energy (LNG). During the second quarter Icahn disclosed that he sold his 15 million shares of Gannett Inc. As well Icahn sold the remaining 1.4 million share of Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) that he owned for $588 million. Icahn has made over $2 billion in profits off his Netflix investment that he held two years.


    Tegna Inc.:

      


  • Carl Icahn's Billion Dollar Bet on Liquefied Natural Gas

    Over the last six months Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio)'s portfolio has been destroyed by the collapse in oil prices. Icahn has made a big bet on energy stocks the last few years and been burned by the collapse in oil. The collapse in oil prices has caused Icahn's portfolio to be filled with massive paper losses. His holding company Icahn Enterprises (NASDAQ:IEP) is down over 25% since the start of the year and its earnings have been wiped out by the paper losses in energy stocks. So with all these paper losses why in the world would Icahn make another $1 billion bet in the energy sector. Well you be wrong Icahn acquired 8.8% of natural gas company Cheniere Energy (LNG) during the second quarter. The company is a large natural gas producer that is in the middle of beginning to export liquid natural gas. Cheniere will be the first company to export liquefied natural gas in the United States. The company spent $16 billion to build its largest export terminal. Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) clearly believes that exporting the liquefied natural gas is going to be highly profitable, and he intends to profit from it.


    Icahn's stake In Cheniere Energy:

      


  • Carl Icahn Warns That It Is 2007 All Over Again

    Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) thinks that there is a reckoning coming, and there are a lot of investors who have no idea how much risk they are exposed to.


    He singles out the high yield bond market where rising interest rates will be the catalyst to create the plunge.

      


  • Carl Icahn vs Larry Fink

    CNBC did its again at Delivering Alpha, putting Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) and Larry Fink on the same stage at the same time together. These two titans of finance have been going at its the last year about various topics but mainly Activist Investing. Both men gave their views on the various topics at the conference. They both went back and forth over everything from the high yield market to activists' effect on the economy. Icahn laid out his case that the economy looks just like 2007; Mr. Fink didn't agree with him and laid out his case that Icahn is wrong about the economic. Both men gave their opinions of what higher interest rates will do to the economy and if the Fed will raise rates this year. Mr. Icahn called Blackrock dangerous because of the ETFs and the high yield markets. Both men are very informed and have far different views of the economy. Every investor should watch their back and forth because there is so much to learn from these titans of finance.


    Icahn vs Fink

      


  • Carl Icahn Reports Increased Stake in Gannett

    Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) on June 29 received shares of Gannett Co. Inc. (NYSE:GCI) as part of the company’s split that he supported, according to Real Time Picks data.


    Icahn effectively has 7,483,683 shares of the new Gannett after the June 29 split, roughly a 6.51% stake. Shareholders received two shares of the new Gannett for every share they held of Gannett, which changed its name to Tegna Inc. (NYSE:TGNA).

      


  • Carl Icahn Sells Holding in Netflix

    Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) of Icahn Enterprises (NASDAQ:IEP) did an interview with CNBC on Wednesday were he informed the world that he's no longer a shareholder of Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX). His investment in Netflix is one of the best trades seen in a very long time. Icahn bought his stake in Netflix in 2013 when the company was selling for $54 per share, and over the last two years have returned 1,000% for Icahn. He discusses why he sold out and why he believes that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is another Netflix. After discussing Netflix and Apple, Icahn went on to discuss why he believes that the market is overvalued and that we are in another bubble like the one that burst in 2008.


    Part One

      


  • Carl Icahn: It's Time To Be Concerned About The Market

    Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) believes it is ridiculous to buy a high yield bond today when you can buy a top quality corporate bond for a yield that is only 2% lower. He says that buyers of high yield debt are taking on a large amount of risk for the slightly better return that they will get if everything goes well.

      


  • The Fed Needs To Start Raising Rates Immediately – Billionaire Investor Carl Icahn

    Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) thinks that the Federal Reserve should already have started raising rates.


    He isn't anti-Fed as he believes that they saved the country in 2008.

      


  • Marc Faber Sees Colossal Systemic Risks In The Markets Today

    Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) thinks that there is a bubble brewing in the financial markets.


    The reason for this is the unprecedented length of time that interest rates have been held down for.

      


  • Carl Icahn Reflects On His Long Career Of Corporate Raiding

    In 1962 Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) learned a critical lesson.


    The source of the lesson was him losing all of his money.

      


  • Carl Icahn: Part Of His Interview With Wall Street Week

    Carl Icahn did a two-part interview with Wall Street Week. and the second part is out. He discuss his early career on Wall Street, and the option brokerage firm that he started. Icahn also discuss losing all of his money and the lessons he learned from that massive loss. He talked about the casino mentality that runs through the market and how dangerous it is. It's a great interview and anyone wanting to know more about Icahn's early career should watch and also get the book "King Icahn: The Biography of a Renegade Capitalist." The book really tells you how Icahn started is activism and how he won his activist campaigns.


    Part 2

      


  • Carl Icahn's Biggest Portfolio Changes

    Activist investor Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) did not buy new stocks in the first quarter but made several other notable moves.


    The investor has spent much of his time in the public eye over the past several months vying for change at Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), a stock that eats 20.48% of his portfolio as his second largest holding. On April 28 he proclaimed the company “still undervalued and misunderstood” on Twitter. He then projected 40% earnings growth for the year and a worth of $240 on its shares, in an open letter dated May 18.

      


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