Carl Icahn: Oil Will Go Lower, ‘Tremendous Opportunity’

Carl Icahn was on CNBC today – see the clips below.

The price of oil will go lower as supply and demand remain unbalanced, activist investor Carl Icahn tells CNBC.

Carl Icahn: Oil Will Go Lower, ‘Tremendous Opportunity’

Michael Mauboussin: Here’s what active managers can do

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This is the price point to beware for falling oil

Some investors believe that declining oil prices are a good thing-for now-with $30 a barrel as the break point when the trend turns negative.

Euro dives after Icahn’s bearish talk

The FMHR traders react to Carl Icahn’s comments on shorting the euro/dollar, and the slide in oil.

Icahn: I stick with euro/dollar short

Carl Icahn, chairman of Icahn Enterprises, discusses central bank action, and his view of the global market.

Icahn on eBay: Peace better than war

Ebay is calling the actions of its largest shareholder Carl Icahn aggressive. Icahn responds.

Icahn: Ebay not for sale, this is about corporate governance

Ebay says it has entered into an agreement the company’s largest shareholder Carl Icahn, and will appoint Icahn’s pick Jonathan Christodoro to its board. Icahn weighs in on the company’s decision to spin off its PayPal payments service.

Was Icahn right on PayPal?

Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-founder, discuss why he initially disagreed with Carl icahn’s plan to split PayPal from eBay.