Chesapeake Energy (CHK)
$0.17 0.00 (0.58%)
19:37 EDT CHK Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $1.65
Market Cap 155.01M
PE Ratio 0.15
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 204.76M
Day's Range 0.17 - 0.21
52-Week Range 0.12 - 3.44
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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By Ian Cooper
Chesapeake Energy is staring down the barrel of a reverse stock split, and the future for CHK stock doesn't look any brighter.
Given the current weakness of energy markets, CHK stock probably won't do very well. Therefore, investors should sell its shares. .
In my March 25 article about Chesapeake, I mentioned that the cost of a barrel of oil for U.S. producers was between $20.99 (conventional oil) and $23.35 (share oil). By comparison, Saudi Aramco’s cost was less than $9.
Chesapeake Energy has a lot of attention right now, but you shouldn't think about buying CHK stock as the company's prospects of survival are dwindling.
The recent collapse in energy prices only compounds troubles for CHK stock. With the company on the fast-track to bankruptcy, stay away.
What happens in a bankruptcy? Shareholders in Chesapeake Energy will suffer as CHK stock essentially becomes worthless.
The corona virus and the outbreak of an oil price war are a one-two punch to a company that was already reeling. CHK stock remains a sell.
CHK stock could be heading to zero, and given the company's debt, that probably would have been the case even without the pandemic.
The producer is making moves to survive, but it may not be enough. Chesapeake stock investors should take their dollars elsewhere.
By David Moadel
Things could go from bad to worse for Chesapeake Energy. That makes CHK stock a key investment to stay far away from now.
Chesapeake has serious financial risks, and as it trades in the pennies, CHK stock is feeling the pain of investors pricing in the risk.
Chesapeake Energy is feeling a direct impact from both the coronavirus and the oil price war. This means investors should avoid CHK stock.
Oil stocks are getting slammed on falling oil prices, but if oil prices rebound, then these penny stocks could soar.
Chesapeake was already in dire straights. But the recent implosion of crude oil has made things even worse. Here’s why investors need to stay away from CHK stock.
Chesapeake has flirted with bankruptcy for a long time, and with a price war tanking oil prices, it's best to avoid CHK stock.
Prior to the coronavirus, CHK stock was an extremely risky play. With it devolving into a pandemic, Chesapeake is simply doomed.
CHK stock has a crippling debt problem and is now battling falling oil prices that threaten to make servicing that debt more difficult.
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