Investors Should Have Another Look at This Natural Gas Stock

Investors Should Have Another Look at This Natural Gas Stock

The following video is from Tuesday's Digging for Value, in which host and Motley Fool analyst Joel South teams up with contributor Tyler Crowe to dive deep into the top stories for today's energy-sector investors.

In this segment, Tyler explains why investors should take another look at Cheapeake Energy . After years of being dragged down by debt, the company is getting back to basics and putting its capital expenditures into the drillbit to boost production at higher value assets. Tune into the video below to see what Tyler and Joel would like to see more of from Chesapeake going forward.

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