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Investors short the stock got a wake up call on Wednesday with Chesapeake rallying nearly 10% in one day on volume of 65m shares. This is the danger of shorting a stock at a long term level of support. According to shortsqueeze.com , there are 135M shares short or 15.3% of the float. It would take 3.4 days to cover short positions at current volume levels. A look at the charts. The chart above is a 6 month daily chart going back to the election. To my eye there is a line in the sand at the $5 level with investors placing their bets accordingly. One can see a nice double bottom testing the November election low around $5 and shaking out an extra $.20 just for good measure. Since then the stock is up nearly 20% and a close today above $6 would mark a new bull market for the stock. Insider Buying I have been a long time Bull of Chesapeake Energy and recently wrote an article informing investors of Archie Dunham's 500k share purchase in the low $5 range. Interested investors are encouraged to read that article here . Oil back above $50, will it last? Chesapeake needs oil to trade in the high $50 to $60 range to be competitive going forward. OPEC has a big meeting in April that will be a huge catalyst for near term prices over the summer. In my view, most every nation would prefer to see oil trading in the Mid to high $50 to $60 range. Investors will be watching Saudi Arabia and the Middle East closely over the next few weeks as extension talks become market moving news.
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