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After holding a three-star rank for the past several months, enough top-performing CAPS members have turned bullish on MercadoLibre
As global markets claw their way toward some sense of normalcy, CAPS members like the long-term prospects for MercadoLibre and its position in emerging markets. MercadoLibre is often described as the Latin American eBay
MercadoLibre's payments business, similar to how PayPal facilitates Visa
The lofty premium that MercadoLibre shares have commanded led to a sizable sell-off recently, but many investors are looking further into the future and see big, long-term potential.
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