Proctor _amp; Gamble by yurtgc548

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									Procter & Gamble
    Buy, Sell, or Hold
                 Overview

• About Procter & Gamble

• Stock Information

• Stock Growth

• Buy, Sell, or Hold?

• Final Thoughts
        What is Procter & Gamble

• Since 1837, Procter & Gamble has become the
                Growth of $10,000   04-27-04


  world's largest consumer-product company,
  with a stable of famous brands. It has nearly
  300 brands worldwide, with 12 that generate
  more than $1 billion each in annual sales and
  account for 50% of total sales.
• They include Bounty paper towels, Charmin
  toilet paper, Tide laundry detergent, Pantene
  shampoo, Iams pet food, Cover Girl cosmetics,
  Folgers coffee, and Pringles potato chips.
              Stock Information

• From 2000 to 2003, the Sales % on stock in
  PG has increased from 4.8 to 7.8
• Earnings/Share % has increased from a - 4.6
  to 19.4.
• Morningstar Stock Grade Ratings:
  – Growth                   A-
  – Profitability            A
  – Financial Health         A
               Stock Growth

35
30
25
20
15
                                  Stock Increase
10
                                  +/- Industry
 5                                +/- S&P 500
 0
-5
-10
-15
      2001   2002   2003   2004
             Buy, Sell or Hold

• With this stock a holder can buy, sell or
  hold and make money.
• The growth of the stock value has
  slowed since its boom in the last 3 years
  but it is still growing.
• Holding or Buying would be my
  suggestion considering the increase in
  value. However if one were seeking to
  make some quick cash, they could sell
  and make a profit.
               Final Thoughts

• Procter & Gamble is a company that has had
  good growth in the last few years, which is a
  really good sign if you are a stockholder.
• Nevertheless, the stock does not seem risky
  because the company is comprised of many
  large billion dollar corporations that seem to
  be growing as well.
• Finally, the stock received no lower than an A-
  according to Morningstar Stock Grades.
• With these facts in mind, the sky is the limit.

								
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