One stock that has been hammered for weeks is Procter and Gamble Stock (PG). Last week the company announced a dividend increase. The company can easily afford the dividend increase as the payout ratio is just 68%.
Procter and Gamble is a huge company with 95000 employees and annual revenue of $65.7 billion.
This analysis looks at the decline in the stock to determine if there are some opportunities for profits or whether the stock should be left alone at the present time.
The rest of this Procter and Gamble Stock (PG) trade alert and ideas article is for FullyInformed Members.
Procter and Gamble Stock (PG) Trade Ideas and Analysis – Apr 16 2018
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