Chesapeake Energy (CHK)
$14.05 0.94 (7.17%)
19:59 EDT CHK Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $14.05
Market Cap 12.81B
PE Ratio 12.66
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.41M
Day's Range 12.50 - 14.59
52-Week Range 0.12 - 41.50
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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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....
It's been a horror show for CHK stock as the pandemic has completely exposed its flaws. Now Chesapeake is forced to consider bankruptcy.
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.
Don't like the destruction of Chesapeake Energy be for nothing. Learn lessons from CHK stock to avoid future pitfalls.
As bankruptcy becomes more likely for Chesapeake Energy, there's no reason for investors to pursue CHK stock. Here's why.
Unfortunately, the calculus simply doesn’t work for CHK stock. The energy market has far too many players competing for very little demand.
Chesapeake Energy remains the second-largest U.S. natural gas supplier. It has hired restructuring experts and drawn attention from an alternative asset manager as it fights to keep operating.
Chesapeake Energy warns it may not continue as a going concern. CHK stock is likely to be wiped out as a result of an expected Chapter 11 restructuring.
Due to lowered oil production levels and less-than-expected U.S. inventories, oil prices have been rallying, sending embattled CHK stock higher. But this is just a dead cat bounce.
These are the people I feel sorry for, not the Doug Lawler’s -- Cheseapeake CEO since June 2013 -- of the world. He’ll find another job, presumably with lots of cushy stock options and cash bonuses to go along with the million-dollar salary.
By David Moadel
If you're prepared to throw caution to the wind, CHK stock could provide a positive surprise. Here's why you shouldn't count Chesapeake out.
Chesapeake Energy continues to flirt with bankruptcy. For that reason, investors should leave CHK stock completely alone.
By David Moadel
It's sad to say, but some companies just won't make it through the end of 2020. Here are four stocks to sell as they face existential crises.
By Ian Cooper
Don’t waste your time with CHK stock. It’s time has come to close up the Chesapeake Energy shop and move on.
The signs are apparent, Chesapeake is likely to file bankruptcy soon. As such, don't buy CHK stock now, not even for a trade.
By Thomas Niel
Bottom line: there are better contrarian energy plays out there, don't waste your time and risk your money with CHK stock.
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