Chesapeake Energy Corp (CHKAQ)
$2.55 0.08 (3.24%)
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Volume (Avg. Vol.) 17,792
Day's Range 2.46 - 2.55
52-Week Range 2.45 - 9.40
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Do not buy Chesapeake Energy stock - it is now completely 100% worthless. There is no chance that existing Chesapeake Energy stock owners will have any new shares in the company after Chapter 11.
Chesapeake Energy stock is worthless coming out of bankruptcy and the company's narrow path to relevance will be complicated by a Biden win.
Chesapeake Energy stock is not a worthwhile investment for the foreseeable future, with debtholders steering the ship post-bankruptcy.
Chesapeake was staggered by the pandemic and an oil price war, and after bankruptcy Chesapeake Energy stock is a risky bet.
It'd be one thing if Chesapeake was the lone offender in the oil and gas business. What I mean is that, believe it or not, it'd be more encouraging if the broader industry was strong and Chesapeake's woes were company-specific.
CHK stock didn’t just lose its ticker symbol during this crisis. It also lost a huge chunk of relevancy, something that might not return.
With the stock market soaring, investors are looking for remaining bargain stocks. However these 7 penny stocks are not worth the hassle.
Though the occasional bullishness in Chesapeake stock may surprise you, it shouldn’t. It’s part of an old speculative fervor that’s just taking a new generation of gamblers along for a ride.
Government filings suggest that Chesapeake stock will soon be worthless. Traders should take heed of that warning.
By Thomas Niel
Once bankruptcy is complete, Chesapeake stock is headed to zero. Investors should sell now, while there's still some value left to salvage.
Chesapeake Energy finally declared bankruptcy. For the sake of your portfolio, please don’t try anything cute with CHK stock.