Chesapeake Energy (CHK)
$0.16 0.01 (7.81%)
8:18 EDT CHK Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $0.15
Market Cap 145.98M
PE Ratio 0.14
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 874,978
Day's Range 0.15 - 0.15
52-Week Range 0.12 - 3.57
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Consider that Chesapeake finished 2019 with $8.9 billion in outstanding debt. Between 2020 and 2024, approximately $4.9 billion of that debt will mature. More importantly, the company’s interest payments on that debt will total $3.1 billion.
Any pause in the selloff in Chesapeake Energy should be viewed as temporary. Therefore, CHK stock is one to avoid.
Energy prices are likely to rebound meaningfully above their current, depressed levels, so CHK stock is worth gambling on.
By Ian Cooper
CHK stock has collapsed with plans for a reverse stock split. Earnings and its cash position are disastrous. It's best to stay away.
CHK stock is heading to $0 and most likely will get there. Plunging energy prices and a massive debt load will likely lead to restructuring.
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Chesapeake Energy (CHK) earnings for the electric company's fourth quarter of the year have CHK stock falling on Wednesday.
CHK stock bulls hold out hope for asset sales or higher natural gas prices, but that's unlikely with China's coronavirus cutting demand.
Natural gas prices are at a multi-year low, keeping CHK stock at penny status. But a rebound in prices could bring double-digit gains.
With oil prices set to be boosted by multiple factors, including seasonality and Chinese energy purchases, CHK stock looks poised to rally in the near-term.
Chesapeake is a hydrocarbon company in a greening world, and slowing demand for oil and natural gas is bad news for CHK stock
Chesapeake Energy is trading at its lowest stock price of this century. And there's no guarantee that shares will ever recover as solvency questions loom.
CHK stock is too risky to bet on right now, especially with the oil and gas industry facing so many headwinds
CHK stock was relevant when the underlying oil market was booming. But with supply rising sharply due to alternative energy competition and overproduction, Chesapeake is fighting a losing battle.
Shares of the natural gas producer experienced a nice rally in December, but that wasn't nearly enough to shake Chesapeake stock out of what had become a lengthy slumber. Moreover, the coronavirus outbreak has crippled energy commodities in the early innings of 2020, but even if that wasn't an issue to contend with, Chesapeake has headline risk of its own to contend with.
Not long ago, things were looking better for Chesapeake. But this has been quickly dashed as the broader energy industry has turned against CHK stock.
CHK stock has multiple potential catalysts, including positive 2020 free cash flow, asset sales and energy export growth.
CHK stock might appeal to bullish speculators due to the discount but you’ve got to ask if this company is worth working for.
Could Chesapeake Energy stock rally 20% to 30% from here? Yes. But that doesn't mean CHK stock doesn't have risks. In fact, far from it.
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