Chesapeake Energy (CHK)
$11.85 0.00 (0.00%)
19:59 EDT CHK Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $11.85
Market Cap 10.81B
PE Ratio 10.68
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 11.85 - 11.85
52-Week Range 0.12 - 77.50
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Chesapeake Energy finally declared bankruptcy. For the sake of your portfolio, please don’t try anything cute with CHK stock.
CHK stock is being suspended from the NYSE and delisted after the company sought Chapter 11 protection. Learn from Chesapeake Energy.
Due to bankruptcy rumors, CHK stock is due for enormous volatility over the next few weeks. Ignore that volatility. Stay away from the stock.
By Alex Sirois
Chesapeake should declare bankruptcy this week. CHK stock will likely soon be worth very little or nothing.
The oil and gas sector is risky enough, so investors should stay far away from these four oil stocks. They're digging their own graves.
A brief and illogical rally in CHK stock has faded, but more downside looms. A bankruptcy filing is likely soon, which means shares could head to zero.
Chesapeake's stock prices have been on a rollercoaster this past week but the company's faced a number of issues through the years that led to its inevitable demise.
It’s no secret that the coronavirus has been especially devastating to vulnerable companies like Chesapeake Energy. And with a possible bankruptcy ahead, CHK stock is clearly a name to avoid.
Despite bankruptcy being a near certainty, CHK stock is drawing attention from buyers. Here's why it's a bad idea to indulge this fantasy.
It's only a matter of time before Chesapeake stock makes its way to zero. Investors should stay clear of this debt-laden energy firm.
The energy sector is rebounding, but investors are better off pursuing quality names. There's no reason to chase these seven oil stocks.
Chesapeake Energy will likely go bankrupt, leaving no value for CHK stock. Its residual value is unclear, so buying CHK stock is a crapshoot.
Beyond Meat, Tesla, Chesapeake Energy and Aphria were our top stock trades for Tuesday. That said, let's have a look at the charts.
CHK stock is dead on arrival as Covid-19, mounting debt and massive cash burn has combined to ensure the company doesn't survive until 2021.
An April 15, 1-for-200 reverse split in Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK) averted a delisting on the New York Stock Exchange. But CHK stock continues to face....
As oil prices have risen, CHK stock has bounced. But investors hoping for salvation from higher crude are going to be disappointed.
Investors should steer clear of CHK stock as management potentially prepares to file for bankruptcy.
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