In the second quarter, or 2Q, Carl Icahn added Gannett (GCI) to his portfolio and sold Forest (FRX). His holdings were worth a total of $38.53 billion, up from $32.3 billion.
His largest holdings are:
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Icahn Enterprises (IEP): Icahn has 105, 842, 442 shares, which comprise 27.49% of his total portfolio. He increased his stake by 2.9% in 2Q at an average buying price of $100.25. Since then, it has increased 6.8%. Its yield is 5.37% and earnings growth was 6.90%
Hologic (HQX): Icahn owns 34, 154, 879 which comprise 17.89% of Icahn’s portfolio.
Apple (AAPL): Icahn has 52, 760, 848 shares, and they make up 12.7% of the porfolio. The stock rose 2.86%
CVR Energy (CVI): 71, 198, 718 shares are owned by Icahn, and CVR is 8.9% of the portfolio. The dividend yield is 6.33% and earnings have grown 54% in 5 years.
Federal Mogul Holding (FDML): Icahn owns 121, 111, 976 shares, which comprise 6.9% of his portfolio.