Dividends4Life: This Undervalued High-Dividend Stock Reported Big Earnings Growth, Has 3 High-Yield Opportunities

Looking to get in on some of the heavy M&A action in 2014? Investing in this activist stock, Icahn Enterprises LP, (NASDAQ:IEP), not only offers you a dividend yield approaching 6%, but also a chance to profit indirectly from Carl Icahn's savvy acquisitions. Profile: IEP, a master limited partnership, is a diversified holding company engaged in nine primary business segments: Investment, Automotive, Energy, Gaming, Railcar, Food Packaging, Metals, Real Estate and Home Fashion. IEP has multiple income streams - dividends and income from its subsidiaries...

So, how does IEP make the bulk of its earnings? Here's a breakdown of revenues and EBITDA by segment, which shows that the Investment Segment, although accounting for only around 13% of revenues, has generated 62% of IEP's profits over the past four quarters. Performance: Although it's up 37% over the past year, and has outperformed Berkshire Hathaway, Leucadia and Loews, IEP is well off of its $149.77 high. The market has definitely not favored IEP, Leucadia or Loews year-to-date either, all of which are down, leaving only Berkshire in the black so far, with an 8.76% 2014 price gain.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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