Ticker: C
P/E: 9.4
Dividend yield: 0.1%

Yes, Citi was a ward of the state. But today it "looks sort of silly cheap," argues Anton Schutz of Mendon Capital. The global bank is trading for 0.8 times tangible book value. And its international business provides an inflation hedge: 70% of its profits come from abroad, and they're worth more when converted to depressed dollars.

Last updated May 26 2011: 6:54 AM ET

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