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Oil companies have been spending too much to produce too little.
Here's how to trade the most-active names on the market Wednesday.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer shares his latest take on Cabot Oil & Gas COG and Chesapeake Energy.
We continue to see unusually low trading ranges, indicating intense overhead resistance.
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A throwback is giving traders a second chance to buy Sprint's $9 breakout.
Last week's natural gas price plunge creates "grand" short- and mid-term opportunities.
Chesapeake Energy could rise to $10 in the near term, analysts at Wunderlich Securities said.
Tight trading ranges after a long advance, as we've had, often signals a downturn.
Look for CHK to rally to $12 and then $16 is possible.
Stocks close with gains with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing at a record high on Monday as the financial and energy sectors lead.
Jefferies upgrades Chesapeake as its financial situation has improved, but analysts think the debt could continue to grow.
Shares of Chesapeake Energy were higher on Thursday after posting third quarter results that topped Wall Street forecasts.
U.S. stocks were mixed on Thursday as investors remained cautious ahead of the jobs report on Friday and next Tuesday's presidential election.
Facebook's ad sales outlook scares investors, while Chesapeake Energy posts a surprise profit.
It's just as dumb to short energy companies as it is to short mining companies.
Analysts are adjusting their outlook on the energy company following its Analyst Day.
Chesapeake Energy hosted its first Analyst Day in two years, hoping to prove to investors there's something to be excited about.
As earnings season heats up, Intel shares were slumping after unveiling a disappointing quarterly performance.