In today's "Where The Money Is" mailbag, Motley Fool energy sector analysts Taylor Muckerman and Joel South answer a question from a viewer interested in Fred Olsen Energy ASA, a Norwegian drilling contractor with an appealingly -- or alarmingly -- high dividend.
The company recently mis-estimated a one-off cost, a mistake that drove its share price down. Does this create a buying opportunity? Or should investors stick with the better-known, U.S.-based names?
In the following video, Motley Fool's energy analysts discuss Fred Olsen Energy, along with another name that might make for a better buy.
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