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In the spirit of World Cup competition, we're holding our own tournament in search of the Better Stock Today. We're pitting 32 companies against each other, and you, the reader, will determine the winner.
Seadrill takes on Citigroup for this first round-robin match up in our search for the better stock today.
Joel South, energy analyst at The Motley Fool, thinks Seadrill is more than worthy of your consideration today. Successful investors have been building significant wealth for years by finding solid, high-dividend-paying stocks. Seadrill sports an industry-leading 10% yield, and with solid contract coverage and a fleet of new drilling rigs, investors can count on Seadrill to be among the best offshore drillers in the world.
Financials analyst Tyler Riggs believes the biggest reason Citigroup is the strongest buy in the field is that Wall Street has it all wrong. Instead of following the herd and focusing on just two numbers -- top-line revenues and bottom-line earnings -- savvy investors are reading between the lines on this company and finding an incredibly efficient core banking operation that's thriving. Add Citigroup's unmatched international reach to the equation, and you have a huge opportunity to get in before Wall Street realizes what they're missing.
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Vote here to determine the winner of this match, and sound off in the comments. Check back to Fool.com to see who advances in the tournament.
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