They are more dependable, control more market share, have better R&D, and are currently both trading rather cheap. Wal-Mart is a good company, but selling rather dear right now I'd say. The key to investing is not necessarily to buy the best companies, it is to know the value, and not overpay.
Jack of all Trades
Precinct Commiteeman Precinct 5 Rock Island Co Illinois
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