Why You Should Buy the McDonald's of Latin America
Jun 12th 2012 1:18PM
Updated Jun 12th 2012 1:20PM
The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which senior analyst Matt Argersinger and analyst Paul Chi discuss topics across the investing world. Last fall, Matt and Paul bought shares in Arcos Dorados -- the so-called McDonald's of Latin America -- for their Streetfighter portfolio, a real-money portfolio on Fool.com. Despite good earnings and solid growth projections, Arcos has been crushed along with many other emerging market stocks during the recent rout.
But Matt and Paul are as convinced as ever that this is a company investors should think about investing in for the next five years and beyond, and so they're adding to their position. Get their full take on Arcos Dorados by watching the video below.
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