It'd be hard to argue that Citigroup  is the safest of the big banks, but that doesn't mean investors should automatically skip over the bank's stock. To be sure, the fact that many investors are indiscriminately ignoring Citi may be creating an opportunity in the stock.

There certainly are big risks facing Citigroup and its shareholders, and it'd be silly to overlook them. However, there are some compelling reasons to think that Citi's stock may be a buy, and I discuss three of those reasons in the video below.

Determining whether Citigroup really is a buy today though, requires digging deeper and understanding both the bull and bear cases for the stock. To get the full view of Citi, I invite you to read our premium research report on the bank today. Click here now for instant access.

 

The article 3 Reasons to Buy Citigroup originally appeared on Fool.com.

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