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The Procter & Gamble Company Message Board

  • snowcats41 snowcats41 Nov 30, 2010 11:39 PM Flag


    Proctor is and has been the all time pos for 5 years, do not buy this pos, no stock is this bad reminds me of intel, sell allyour proctor, and i have had this pos since 72, fired all amng, and half of pg employees and this pos willstill not go up.

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    • You may want to broaden your analysis of P&G. Some facts for you and others: From 2000 to 2009 (10-years), The value increase of P&G (includes stock price appreciation and dividends) increased 34.27% (assumes dividends were not reinvested). This compares favorably to the dow for the same period (-9.30%), the S&P (-24.10%) and Nasdaq (-44.20%). Price appreciation of P&G was 13.13% and dividends added 21.14%.
      Consequently, the P&G difference compared to the three indices are as follows:
      DJIA = +43.57%
      S&P 500 = 58.37%
      NASDAQ = 78.47%
      P&G is a stock you can take to the bank and one that will allow you to sleep well at night. Currently P&G is investing in regaining/growing market share. While this was/is expected to affect operating margin and earnings to a degree, the Company is setting the stage for a solid foundation of profitable growth. If it was doing anything else (e.g. trying to maximize only the current quarters), I would be disappointed in their strategy and management. Clearly, I am not!

    • Did you mean Proctor Silex? Or maybe Big Gay Al Proctor's big gay pet emporium? You've had this stock for nearly 40 years and still can't spell Procter? Get real.

    • This has been my most profitable stock the last couple of years.

      You are an idiot.

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