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Four companies from Brazil, Mexico and Chile are the best performers in the first ranking released by Latin Trade. By Santiago Gutierrez Investors use many metrics to determine corporate performance.There is an easy way to approach this issue, taking those companies that most increased their revenues over a certain period – which is the best guarantee of bring increased and sustainable returns to investors. One could alsoadd-in a risk factor, ranking, for example those firms whose stock price had the lowest volatility over the period. Latin Trade’s partner Economatica provided us with candidates to find the best performers within publicly […]
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