Chesapeake Energy (CHK)
$13.71 0.45 (3.18%)
19:59 EDT CHK Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $4.97
Market Cap 12.50B
PE Ratio 12.35
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.19M
Day's Range 12.75 - 14.26
52-Week Range 0.12 - 41.50
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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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 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.
Oil futures are starting a slow recovery as the U.S. economy reopens. However, these oil stocks are not likely to see a recovery.
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.
Though CHK stock sometimes shows flashes of upside potential, don't be fooled: this is an arena that is only suitable for the gambler.
Could the S&P 500 be heading for 3,000? Plus, Chesapeake Energy is on the brink. Here's what else happened in the stock market today.
Don't let low prices on CHK stock fool you ahead of earnings. There's nothing for investors to like about this battered energy name.
By Ian Cooper
Given Chesapeake Energy's considerable debt and decimated commodity prices, the writing is on the wall for CHK stock's demise.
Chesapeake made unfortunate headlines when rumors circulated that it’s preparing bankruptcy filings. Here are three reasons why you need to give up on CHK stock now.
Chesapeake Energy is laden with debt that will make it difficult for the firm to continue operating in such a turbulent market. Therefore, CHK stock is not worth considering, even as an extremely speculative bet.
CHK stock reverse split because it was near death. Its fate is still unsure so choose your bets carefully as this is a lottery ticket.
Chesapeake’s current Altman Z-Score according to Gurufocus.com is -0.77. Anything below 1.81 suggests it could file for bankruptcy in the next 24 months. By comparison, Exxon Mobil’s (NYSE:) is 3.15; anything above 2.99 is considered to be in the safe zone, likely to avoid bankruptcy.
CHK stock nearly tripled in four sessions. But the company remains destined for bankruptcy — which means investors should head for the exits.
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