Trian Fund ' Identifies Numerous Material Data Errors, Calculation Errors and Misrepresentations in Recent Procter & Gamble Investor Presentation Might see some shorting today..
noah I'm with you on MZOR . Robotic surgery is the way of the future. I once owned ISRG at $70, got bored and let it go and today it trades at over a thousand per share.
I'm holding MZOR. It's gone from $20 to $50 in the last 12 months but this is just the beginning. They got noticed after Cramer talked them up a few months back on Mad Money.
In the short-term PG does not seem to be like a good trade. I started receiving notifications from https://activepennystocks1.blogspot.com the other week and so far they have presented interesting new trade ideas.
Baby,,PG is Going UP Up and UP
Who opened the can of spam...............
ADP is more expensive than PG.. Bill AssMan..
I love P&G, I also bought small position in MZOR....worth a look !!!
PG management has always been insular and arrogant and they need a shake up. So I voted for Nelson.
PG trained marketers flooded the consumer products industry in the 1960's and later and they were mostly terrible. Thought they knew it all but only knew the copybook PG way.
I can name a dozen who just sucked and not one who was good.
Peltz is a Putz. He is attempting to gain influence so that he can drive short term gain at the sake of long term growth. He is the only one who will benefit. Him and those close to him. If you aren't one of those people good luck trying to time your investments so that you don't lose value.
I only wish P&G had shown the same urgency to get their business back online as they have trying to keep this guy off the board, they have been stumbling around like a drunk for the past decade.
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BioLargo Acquires World-Class Engineering Team to Form a New Engineering Services Subsidiary and Enters into Common Stock Purchase Agreement for Up to $10 Million with Lincoln Park Capital
Westminster, CA, Sept. 11, 2017-- BioLargo, Inc., a sustainable science and technology company that delivers practical solutions for clean water, clean air and advanced wound care, announced today it finalized ...
Peltz / Trian looking for one seat at the table. Surely the rest of the board can shut him down any time they want. What are they afraid of?
$6 from 100... Yes.. PG ready to break that.
Having PG since 1972, 2004 till now 13 years PG has gone no where, give it 4 more years it might reach 100. Maybe? If you ask wooglin he would tell you it is because Lafley is not at PG, the reason Really...........ya right,
The euro vs dollar is now at $1.20. Will pg still use the excuse of exchange rates. That's wearing out.
PG raised prices too much and they need an outsider to point this out. Trian will do.
eisen, faber, peltz, see any trend?
Just today on MSNBC at 11:45 am on west coast they were at the Dallas Convention Center that is being used as a refuge for people from Houston. The one refugee gal said it was short on space there but the one thing they really need is a way to wash their clothes. She said they had no washer or soap or quarters at this convention center. P&G has a giant truck loaded with operational washers and buckets of Tide soap they drive into disaster areas to help folks in need. It's called "Loads of Hope". If there even was a need for that truck and the good PR that PG would create it is now. I called PG headquarters 513-983-1100. PG gal there said she did not know how many such trucks PG had [un-acceptable answer in my opinion] And that they would consider the idea when it is safe and the truck is available. I re-iterated that it is not raining in Dallas --- she just said the same works [... safe and available].
Wow - was that a disappointing call to their headquarters. My suggestion would be to capture the event on film for paper ads and tv commercials --- positive stuff to get people realizing how well current management helps people in need.
If nothing happens along these suggested lines, then maybe they DO need Peltzer in the board room telling PG what to do.
Flabbergasted by the lack of spirit in the person who answers the corporate Shareholders Services line at headquarters.
With all the mailings I'm getting from P&G they may be spending 35 million on just postage.
For those who lament PG's stock performance, I see COTY is in the news today, and not in a good way. Since Oct 3, 2016, the day COTY closed its deal with PG, COTY's total return is negative while PG's is positive. In fact, while PG has lagged the S&P 500, it has outperformed its "peers" among the S&P 500 Consumer Sector Index. 52 week what?