Today, Andrew discusses Spanish telecommunications provider Telefonica (NYS: TEF) . The stock looks great on paper, but it carries a ton of risk since 25% of its market comes from Spain. Spanish revenue for the company already took a huge hit as Spanish unemployment surged, and multiple agencies cut the company's credit rating. Some hope emerges from Latin American growth, but given all the risk, Andrew cautions investors to stay away for now.
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