Some analysts expect Chesapeake will continue to lose money
for another 18 months as depressed prices aggravate
weighty pipeline commitments.
Hey PUMPTARD this is not 2008 and
Chesapeake will not get a bailout. This company's
financial condition is gettin worse by the day and you bagholders
have been witnessing a slow death
"You will see your portfolio cut in half at times..That's not the thing to be concerned with."
That would be correct if you have good quality companies
with strong balance sheets and in an idustry that is seeing a turn for the better..
Unfortunately, You dont have that here and I would bet, by reading some of the post on this board, that many people's portfolios consist mostly of one stock, CHK
I think most of the longs should be
more concerned with getting back to even instead of the shorts losing money
They had better hope
they sell some assets by then or the situation will get more dire
True, unlike CHK
APA has accelerated at making the right moves
Dont catch a falling knife. but how does that answer my question?