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Equitrans Midstream Corp (NYSE: ETRN) Down. Is It A Buy or Bust?

Equitrans Midstream Corporation (NYSE: ETRN) continued a downward decent again today. Since June 2019, when it was trading at or above $20/share, unfortunately, the share price has declined significantly, most recently below $5.00/share. This means a 75% loss for investors that bought at the highs.

Founded in 2018 and headquartered in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, Equitrans Midstream Corporation is a regional oil and gas company. The company owns, sells, and develops both natural gas and water assets in the Appalachian Basin. Equitrans has three segments: Gathering, Transmission, and Water.

Many investors that own the ETRN are unsure what to do, while some may be asking if ETRN stock is a buy?

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The answer to whether to buy ETRN is – no. Sadly the oil and gas sector has been crushed by the oil price war. It doesn’t look like it is turning around anytime soon.

For those investors that hold ETRN, there isn’t much hope that it will return to its $20 share price because oil is not likely to come back, and Equitrans has a 90% long term debt to equity ratio.
Natural gas prices continue to drop without a lot of belief that the prices will recover anytime soon.

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One comment

  1. Doesn’t surprise me. Too much Upper management, unnecessary overhead and indecisive. Lack of qualified personnel and a big ego

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