Author: Rabindra Samanta

Rabindra Samanta has worked with Market Realist since 2015, focusing on the energy sector. He completed a post-graduate diploma in business management in 2014.

Disclosure: I am in full compliance with all ethics and other policies for Market Realist research analysts. I am not invested in securities that I cover on Market Realist.

On November 14, Carl Icahn's Icahn Capital Management filed its form 13F. In the third quarter, it included two new stocks.

Yesterday, Pershing Square Capital Management filed its 13F. In the third quarter, Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-B) (BRK-A) was Bill Ackman's only buy.

The EIA released its inventory report at 10:30 AM ET. WTI crude oil prices rose around 0.4% at 11:31 AM ET from their last closing level.

Wellington Management filed its 13F on Wednesday. Based on the filing, the market value of total publicly traded securities was around $443.45 billion.

At the end of the third quarter, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Celgene, Biogen, UnitedHealth, and Walmart (WMT) were Renaissance Technologies' top five buys.

At 11:46 AM ET, US crude oil prices were up 0.7% from the last trading session. The EIA plans to release its inventory report tomorrow.

Dimensional Fund Advisors' top buys are Apple (AAPL), AT&T (T), Microsoft (MSFT), L3Harris Technologies (LHX), and Verizon Communications (VZ).

Baker Hughes stock closed at $22.09 yesterday. Bearishness toward energy commodities has impacted the energy sector and may be limiting BKR stock.

In the week that ended on November 8, WTI crude oil prices rose 1.9% and closed at $57.24 per barrel. However, oversupply concerns limited the upside.

On November 8, the Dow Jones closed at the 27,681.24 level, just 0.3% below its all-time high. US-China trade deal optimism raised equity markets.