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The Procter & Gamble Company (PG)

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139.79+1.99 (+1.44%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
139.91 +0.12 (0.09%)
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    Anonymous
    if you owned 1,000 shares of PG in 1980, today you would have 32,000 shares worth $4,000,000 plus.
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    Anonymous
    now proud owner of 4 share of this company. hold forever be my aproach now!!
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    Andrew
    PG is up around 11% the last year. You also can't beat a strong dividend yield of 2.52%.
    Increases dividends yearly. Looking to buy up a strong position with PG and let it sit for 20 + years.
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    Brendan
    The rich get Richer because the poor thinks that every opportunity is a scam Especially investing in stock exchange, real estate, gold, cryptos.
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    Anglourius Bastage
    7/16 - * P&G : JP Morgan raises target price to $149 from $147
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    David
    Curious to see the June annual report without big volume due to pandemic madness clearing shelves of all cleaning products. P&G does not have a particularly attractive balance sheet. End of last year, tangible assets barely cover liabilities, current ratio of less than 1 and they still paid a dividend and bought back shares. Seems like a ploy to keep investor's happy, but shows poorly if you take a closer look. Just because a company has been around forever doesn't mean it always will be. Look at GE. There are no guarantees and this one is giving me the jitters.
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    John1
    When's the next dividend/record date, etc. for PG? TIA
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    Johnsonr
    Why the drop today?
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    Corso
    I sold 60% of P&G stock at the beginning of the year and bought the indexes. My index mix is up 10%. Does anyone know how P&G performed since January 1st ?
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    R
    @X77-999-3 Yes, and the next three quarters, iincluding the upcoming, will be 0.8698 per share.

    Go to Historical tab, select dividend.

    Owner since July 1991. +10.14% per year total annual average return.
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    VICTOR
    35 year shareholder, good stock but never moves much , it used to be a great stock and actually split every 3 years but now days it does nothing just a good dividend stock and real reliable , But stocks quit splitting because the big boys do not want common consumers into the market
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    VICTOR
    Understand Jon but there is real value in stock splitting first of all when the number of shares double in your personal account so does your dividend so it makes a lot of since to split the stock also because of the split it cuts the stock value in half allowing the small investor to buy into the stock because he can now afford to buy the stock , Big boys do not want a split because it keeps the little guys out
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    Rick
    If you follow P&g stock and want get some good information you may want to read BugsDaddy posts from 7 and 8 months ago. The stock price has followed Bugs predictions at an uncanny rate. Don,t know this person but they sure did a great job predicting what P&G stock would do. Wonder if they will give a prediction for the rest of 2021 and into 2022?
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    pops
    Best performance in my portfolio today. :(
    And it’s red.
    Seems like when Wall Street panics it runs to PG
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    TD
    This stock needs to be above $145 with great results each qtr and the dividend payouts not sure why it isn't above $145 and in the range of $150 to $170.
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    VICTOR
    I made a killing on stocks when they used to split in the 1990 s I doubled my shares , my broker said the will never split again how can people make a million today if the stocks never split , Big billionaires will not allow any stock to split
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    VICTOR
    When they split Jon , you have more shares therefore , you have more shares to collect the dividend s on very nice for share holders
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    Spence
    when we going to see $150?
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    Eric
    Inflation.....But it is obviously prices will go higher Goldman Sachs says.
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    andrew
    I finally started a position so plan on this trending downward for the next little bit