Hertz Global Holdings Ord Shs (HTZ)
$1.63 0.06 (3.82%)
8:02 EDT HTZ Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $1.57
Market Cap 137.03M
PE Ratio 0.39
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 64,303
Day's Range 1.57 - 1.57
52-Week Range 0.40 - 20.85
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Looking at Hertz stock from all angles, it’s not just dumb speculation but also consumer behavioral shifts that could be supporting the bankrupt company. However, that doesn’t make it a good idea.
HTZ stock is laced with risk as it navigates bankruptcy at a challenging time for the industry. But even the best-case outcome doesn't offer much upside compared to the risk investors would be taking on.
Hertz stock has become a symbol of Robinhood traders: It's unpredictable, irrational and a massive red flag to investors everywhere.
"Robinhood" traders are pushing Hertz stock up to unrealistic levels as, as shareholders stand to get nothing if the company liquidates.
Hertz reached a deal with its asset-backed security lenders over its fleet reduction plan. The impact on Hertz stock remains to be seen.
Is there any possible reason to hold Hertz stock in your portfolio? Sure, but only as a very small position in an all-or-nothing investment.
Once the reorganization is complete, Hertz stock probably won't offer any value to equity investors.
Penny stocks by nature are risky. These 10 stocks have even higher-than-usual risks, which makes them dangerous for most investors.
Why invest in a bankrupt company with a $16.9+ billion net debt balance in the middle of a pandemic? Don't. Stay away from Hertz stock.
Young Hertz stock speculators hoped the firm could find a way back into business, but that's looking unlikely, and the value of its fleet is declining every day.
With coronavirus cases spiking up in the Sunshine State, these nine Florida stocks face significant risk of volatility.
I will keep avoiding Hertz stock at this time. It's nothing but speculation at this point, as shares remain volatile among bankruptcy talks.
Hertz stock has been on a roller coaster ride since filing for bankruptcy. However, long-term investors should not speculate with HTZ shares.
Morgan Stanley feels Hertz common shares are likely worthless. It’s a lesson learned for those who bought Hertz stock on speculation.
Due to bankruptcy rumors, CHK stock is due for enormous volatility over the next few weeks. Ignore that volatility. Stay away from the stock.
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