Monitoring short interest levels can tell investors a lot of things, though not always a clear indication of where a particular stocks is heading. A high level of short interest could indicate that a particular stock can fall. A high short interest ...
Chesapeake Energy (CHK) stock didn’t waver from its downward trajectory even after reporting positive 2Q17 earnings. Since the beginning of the year, Chesapeake has fallen ~37%. Receive e-mail alerts for new research on CHK
Shares of the company are trading at $3.88 which is well below the 50 day moving average of $4.63 and much lower …
I don’t pay a lot of attention to energy companies outside of the big producers and explorers. That’s because those big blue-chip names have done very well over the years and form core portions of my long-term diversified portfolio. But …
Natural gas prices have fallen from their winter highs, but they are expected to climb in 2H 2017. CHK rose to $8.05/share in September 2016. It closed on June 23, 2017 at $4.57/share (-43%). Is it a bargain now? CHK reinstated its preferred …
When we see the company's Volatility, it now has a monthly volatility of 4.17% …
I’ll admit it: I didn’t think Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK) was going to make it. With the company badly overextended just ahead of a huge collapse in oil prices, bankruptcy was a very real — and near-term — risk in early 2016.
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At this point, we all know Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK). During the boom and halcyon days of the fracking revolution, CHK stock was one of the biggest natural gas firms out there. You name a shale formation, …
Is Chesapeake Energy Corporation (CHK) going to file for bankruptcy, or isn’t it? The company says it isn’t. But the fact that CHK stock is still 28% in the red today says the market doesn’t believe the energy company can avoid it … even if …