So right..... Management does not care.... What did the Pringles debacle cost the company.......Boards a bunch of good old boys. Who will not grow the company. Pres "a nice guy.... But a good manager. Questionable. Co need a strong leader. Who wi"ll reduce cost ie personnel and maximize profits. Lot of good this does me but kills time in the airport.....thank you all for your opinions......
"So right..... Management does not care.... What did the Pringles debacle cost the company..."
Given that PG developed Pringles in 1968, I've got a hunch that CURRENT management was not involved in the decision to introduce Pringles.
CURRENT management decided to DIVEST Pringles.
It does not matter what happened today.
Today or tomorrow or the next 30 days dose not make a Market it's over the long range that counts.
If you are long the Market and think that you will come out a winner then good luck is all I can say.
What a load of crap. PG has outperformed the S&P 500 by 15% over the past 10 years.
That doesn't even take reinvested dividends into account.
According to your 10 year chart PG is down about 3 1/2 percent. FOR TEN YEARS.
If you would have put your money in a 10 year CD YOU WOULD HAVE BEEN ABLE TO GET 6% that would equal 60% over 10 years.
And it is the same for the avg. of all of the S&P 500.
Stocks have been the worst investment a person could have made for about 11 years now.
And it looks very much like that will continue.