1 Undervalued Dividend Stock for the Long Run

The following video is from today's MarketFoolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill, along with Jason Moser, Mike Olsen, and Joe Magyer, discuss the latest business news. Shares of Procter & Gamble fell nearly 3% today after the company lowered guidance for the second time in less than two months. Other consumer-products companies such as Unilever and Colgate-Palmolive have seen their shares outperform P&G over the past year. Is the company in trouble, or did Wall Street overreact? In this segment, the guys analyze P&G's recent challenges and share why, despite today's bump in the road, this dividend stock is in good shape for the long run.

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