A leader in consumer goods, Procter & Gamble offers products for household care, beauty and grooming, and health and well-being.
this company never bankrupt
a perfect buy to hold company to add to either a 401k or in your portfolio,
always demand for household chemicals and other sundries. been around forever
P&G has found the perfect mix of marketing, cost management, and innovation necessary to build its brands worldwide. Look for brands like Duracell and Pampers to lead future growth.
enterprise value over unlevered cash flow
Rock solid company
great products, brandname loyalty
Another defensive pick
Because i am was working in Mega Distributor of P&G company in Madurai
Slow steady growth in a time of down markets.
Global diversification + consumer staples + branding expertise = long-term income that won't quit.
The Greece and Euro woes only drove the Dow down about 200 pts. It was a mass sell-off (possibly computer glitch) of Proctor & Gamble that hit the Dow so hard all of a sudden. PG went from $60/share at 2:45pm down to $39 two minutes later and then back up to 58 another 2 minutes after that! It literally dropped 35% in 2 minutes and then gained 74% in the same amount of time. But those 4 minutes of high volatility showed up in the Dow 30 and caused a Domino effect of other selling (like Dow Index funds) causing everyone else to take a hit.This makes PG WAY too unstable to keep shareholders in the short-term.
dawn diswashing detergent will be used to clean the birds in La.... gonna be a run on it!
Nearly everyone who's looking at PG is calling it an outperform stock so it may seem like crowd following for me to join them. I believe it's currently (early May 2010) lagging the S&P because of crowd following in the other direction and that management's rather boring stick-to-the-knitting activity will bring that crowd back around.
Passes Dogs of the Dow screen.
Staples. Dividend. What else do you need when this market rests / retracts?
Too big to fail.... duh
Such strong headwinds with currency, taxation, globalization, population increase and otherwise have a beta of 0.5. They have almost zero legislative risk, competition, or business risk. Besides being one of the easiest companies to run and maintain, they will out pace the S&P by the sheer fact that industries shift over time, but everyone needs their ever increasing product line. Hold period time frame: 5-10 generations.
company may be considering a split to adjust price to a lower base to attract more buyers
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