YPF earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.
News & Analysis: YPF S.A. (ADR)
When such a diverse group of companies plummets simultaneously, it's a good guess that there's a more significant story behind it.
YPF stock has delivered extraordinary returns for investors, rising more than 80% over the last year. The bull run could continue over the long term, but on the other hand, the risks should not be underestimated in this particular investment case.
Argentine energy company YPF has risen more than 90% in the past year. Perhaps more important, there are some reasons to believe the stock could continue rising substantially in the years ahead. Let's look at YPF and few key reasons the bull run may be far from over.
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