Chesapeake Energy (CHK)
$0.52 0.01 (2.78%)
19:57 EST CHK Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $0.52
Market Cap 472.50M
PE Ratio 0.47
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 81.82M
Day's Range 0.51 - 0.55
52-Week Range 0.51 - 3.57
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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CHK stock is testing the lows again as natural gas futures collapse. There's hope for a revival -- but it will take a historic energy rally.
Halliburton just took a $2.2 billion charge to earnings. Here’s why that’s terrible news for Chesapeake Energy and CHK stock.
Chesapeake Energy stock is cheap, but that doesn't make it a buy. Here are the trends and price levels to watch if you're tempted to trade it.
Deleveraging is crucial as debt swells and credit metrics worsen. Focus on oil-weighted assets is a positive, but debt is a bigger concern.
By Thomas Niel
You could speculate on CHK stock, and see big gains if a black swan event pushes natural gas prices back up to prior levels. But if you prefer to invest, and not gamble, Chesapeake is not your play. Look elsewhere for opportunity.
CHK stock is worth pennies as the energy firm continues to refinance debt, at ever-higher rates, looking for a boom in oil prices that just isn't there.
Warm weather in the last few weeks sent natural gas prices lower and leaving CHK stock in shambles without a lot of hope for improvement.
CHK stock wouldn't necessarily jump if a war breaks out, and the company's fiscal situation is currently dire.
Chesapeake Energy was recently able to avert bankruptcy, but that may be the best thing that can be said of the flailing energy producer.
Chesapeake Energy has little chance of surviving without asset sales. Despite debt restructuring, CHK stock can't recover without that.
It was an awful year for CHK stock. Although the company pulled off a smart debt restructuring deal, CHK stock price is unlikely to rally.
By David Moadel
Buying CHK stock was a gutsy move prior to peak shale. Those days, sadly, are long gone.
Although Chesapeake Energy stock initially attracts contrarians for its low price, the fundamental reality is that the underlying company is rapidly becoming obsolete and worse yet, it has no answers.
A lot of the credit for Domino’s impressive performance over most of the 2010s was due to former CEO Patrick Doyle, who took charge in 2010 and proceeded to turn the company into a tech company that just happened to sell pizzas.
Good news on the debt front has helped CHK stock. But kicking the can down the road doesn't mean Chesapeake Energy stock will rally.
CHK stock buys itself more time for a potential turnaround amid the debt deals, but numerous unknowns must go their way to achieve success.
Chesapeake's troubles are emblematic of what's happening throughout the oil patch, as new technology brings a gusher of oil to a market where demand is limited.
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