In Mexico you pay your "corruption tax" to whoever is your local strongman or you don't do business. That is the nature of capitalism down there. Money can be made by investors for sure but that scenario will forever have its "risk factor" re the struggle between who is the strongest strongman. Capitalism down the barrel of a gun. Not as bad or quite as ruthless as Russia but a battle none the less. Some people prefer that environment, others don't.
Is this due to some over-all uncertainty re outcome of the giant bankruptcy proceedings of Brazilian tycoon? The world is watching! This is a volatile stock for sure and seems particularly sensitive to ANY news out of Brazil. I have done pretty well "month-trading" this over the past few yrs and this is definately buying territory. May have to wait a bit but the upside is often as big a jump as down run. I know this is just casino talk and I always appreciate those of you who invest with real DD behind your moves and your willingness to share on this board.