Icahn lift


An associated rise in the price of a stock when investor Carl Icahn starts purchasing shares in the underlying company. This occurs because Carl Icahn is well known for creating value in companies and for the shareholders of those companies when he invests in the entity. The stocks purchased by Carl Icahn are typically those that are considered to be undervalued, but have the ability to be fixed.
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