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  • #17606

    DOUG T.
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    Doing a screen on stocks, came across these stocks. Anybody own any of these? And would they be good for the family portfolio.

    Company name, Symbol, Market cap, P/E ratio, Div yield (%), 52w price change (%)
    Capital Product Partners L.P., CPLP 565.66M 2.47 11.94 -21.98
    Deer Consumer Products, Inc. DEER 99.77M 2.51 7.04 -68.05
    Encore Energy Partners LP ENP 911.97M 0.00 9.38 -1.13
    Newcastle Investment Corp. NCT 742.58M 2.89 11.20 31.73
    Telefonica S.A. (ADR) TEF 19.14B 2.73 15.38 -41.76
    Telefonos de Mexico, S.A. (ADR) TMX 7.53B 0.00 5.36 -7.98

    #27233

    JUAN D.
    Member

    Hi Doug,
    don´t go for Telefonica, not for the long run. You may get a short time spectacular rebound, but it is not a stock you want to marry to. I don´t know much about fundamentals but I am Spanish and I have followed the Ibex35 for a while.
    Regards,

    Juan

    P.S. Iberdrola is a Spanish utility much more interesting for the long run…. well… I just had a hunch.

    #27239

    TED H.
    Participant

    I see that Chris recommended TEF back in October 2011 in an article in Intl Living. I wonder if he’s changed his mind now that the price has halved and the yield has doubled. At the time he noted that 60% of its business was outside Spain and more than half its revenues came from emerging markets.
    With this in mind would anyone care to hazard a guess as to what would happen to TEF if Spain exits the EU (i.e. Spanish Euros get turned into “new pesos” at a devalued rate)?

    #17953

    JUAN D.
    Member

    Hi Ted,
    TEF would then skyrocket ! It would trade above 3,000 ! (Pesetas not Pesos).
    Regards,

    Juan

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