Latest News in Activist Investing

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Since most hedge funds get paid based on their returns for the year, managers who want to get the most out of a stock investment often turn to shareholder activism as a way to increase shareholder value and ultimately boost their returns.

Here at Stockpickr.com, we track many of the latest activist situations for those interested in piggybacking these activist funds. We highlight a few of the latest activist situations here.

There are two activist investors in Enzon ( ENZN), which has fallen from a high of $10 per share to less than $5. Carl Icahn and DellaCamera are both pushing for Enzon to sell parts of itself. DellaCamera has said that it has spoken with investment bank Moelis to "explore alternatives for Enzon."

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