In Icahn vs. Ackman, the Only Winner Is You

Everywhere I went this weekend, people were buzzing about the mesmerizing television Friday that was Carl Icahn v. Bill Ackman on Scott Wapner's Fast Money: Halftime. People hit me up on the street, at bars and at dinner wanting to know who I thought won.

To me there were no winners any more than there are no winners on most reality television shows. Neither Icahn nor Ackman will be voted off the island. All these two gentlemen really did was rehash the past and call each other dishonest. Icahn punctuated his charges with "crybaby" and "loser" slurs, while Ackman talked about a court win and how graceless Icahn was in going back on his word....643 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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