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The short-seller wasn't alone making bearish calls at SALT 2016.
Carl Icahn took to Twitter Thursday to appluad Cheniere Energy's choice of Jack Fusco as its new CEO. Cheniere's shares jumped on the news of the appointment.
This year's mix of Sohn speakers includes asset managers, a behavioral economist and two-time Super Bowl champ Eli Manning.
Investors who sold on Carl Icahn's fears would be wise to remember that the billionaire investor has been wrong before.
It's an opportune time to get in on the LNG exporter, which has drawn big bets from investment giants Seth Klarman and Carl Icahn.
Group of 10 stocks rose 15% during the month, crushing the S&P 500.
It's the first export to Europe of an Appalachian shale gas product.
U.S. shale production isn’t going away, but not all shale is created equal and that should guide investment decisions in the sector, according to one expert.
The business value of these 10 stocks far exceeds their stock market value.
The comeback for liquid natural gas -- if it happens -- and Cheniere Energy will take a while.
It isn't a good omen for the U.S. equity market when an ounce of gold can buy 42 barrels of oil.
Stressed Out companies led the market Wednesday despite cautious earnings and outlooks.
The longer oil keeps breaking down, the more stress there really is in the system.
The activist investor has been busy in 2016, but has said very little on his energy holdings as their stock prices plunge.
Natural gas has gotten very little help from the harsh East Coast weather.
In a glutted market, delays could spell broken contracts.
Here's the remainder of my 15 Surprises for 2016 (click here for part one). Again, these aren't "predictions" for 2016, but rather a list of potential events that have a reasonable chance of occurring. Again, I call them "possible improbable events"...
Two stocks return from 2015, which has been a tough year.
The company shifts its focus from investment to generating stable cash flows. Icahn approves of the move.
The mega-investor thinks they're ready to 'blow up,' but they won't.
"It is simple and self-evident (that) the high-yield bond market is just a keg of dynamite that will sooner or later blow up." -- Carl Icahn, CNBC's Fast Money (Dec. 11, 2015) Wrong, Carl! It's neither simple nor self-evident! I believe Icahn is wro...
investors may wonder if they want to double down on Icahn or view him as a contrary indicator.
He recently warned of 'danger ahead' for investors. Was he speaking to himself?
He is also loading up on some biopharmaceutical stocks.
My Winning Value Portfolio didn't live up to its name in 2015.