Whiting Petroleum Corp (WLL)
$16.30 0.00 (0.00%)
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Market Cap 1.48B
PE Ratio -1.30
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 5
Day's Range 16.30 - 16.30
52-Week Range 0.25 - 28.00
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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WLL stock got a shot in the arm after the company emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy. But little if anything suggests the rally is a keeper.
Bankruptcy improved Whiting's balance sheet. As a result, the "new" WLL stock has a chance to provide solid returns – if crude cooperates.
The troubled Denver oil company is back from Chapter 11, but investors should pass on WLL stock and put their money on better alternatives.
WLL stock remains a precarious investment. Bondholders will conservatively guide the company's recovery, so don't expect any miracles soon.
Whiting Petroleum emerged from bankruptcy Sep. 1. Shareholders got one share of new WLL stock for 75 of the old. At $19, it’s still not a buy.
Sadly, a once mighty oil company is now going bankrupt. Knowing this, there's no need to gamble on fast-falling WLL stock.
Whiting is set to leave bankruptcy over the next week. But don't count on a comeback for WLL stock, as shares will be nearly wiped out in the reorganization.
Whiting Petroleum will emerge from bankruptcy on Sept. 1 very weakened. Don't bother buying WLL stock until its future becomes clearer.
At this point, I can’t add more to the fundamental cautionary tale that is Whiting Petroleum. However, I can explain why some traders love WLL stock and more importantly, why you shouldn’t join them.
You have every reason to avoid WLL stock entirely, but if you feel the need to take a chance on it, at least go in with the right strategy.
Whiting Petroleum has a dismal fundamental outlook with the energy markets a mess. Let's look at WLL stock as it sits below $1.
As Whiting Petroleum prepares to exit bankruptcy proceedings, investors will learn what the new valuation is for WLL stock. Hint, it doesn't look good.
Whiting Petroleum may emerge from bankruptcy, but it faces challenging oil-demand dynamics and WLL stock investors should look elsewhere.
Whiting Petroleum is still overvalued despite its recent drop. The company is not out of bankruptcy proceedings yet. Be careful buying WLL stock, since it is still 35% overvalued here, even if the price of oil rises.
Without question, most investors should avoid even thinking about WLL stock. It’s not so much that it’s a discount-bin investment but rather, why it is that makes it so treacherous.
WLL stock isn't a buy now, and it won't be post-bankruptcy. The company has no play on renewable and weak oil prices will persist for a while.
WLL stock is part of the bizarre yet popular bankruptcy-trade trend. Yet the heavy trading volume belies a once-mighty energy firm in decline.
Stay away from Whiting Petroleum stock until after the reorganization. Wait until WLL stock falls another 50% or so before looking at buying in.
It is not possible to know where WLL stock will trade post-bankruptcy. Therefore long-term investors should not commit fresh capital to Whiting Petroleum.