The consumer-products giant has a long history of splitting shares and providing double-digit returns, and with its share price at all-time highs, could another Colgate stock split be in the works?
How the owner of Tide, Gillette, and Pampers might disappoint investors over the coming years.
These three CPG companies pay cold, hard cash.
The consumer goods giant needs a rebound in these key operating metrics for shares to keep climbing.
P&G's business can't turn the corner until organic sales growth picks up.
Its products are finding less space on Wal-Mart's shelves and seeing more competition from the retailer's in-store brands.
Buying rock-solid dividend stocks in times of economic uncertainty tends to be a winning strategy over the long term.
Investors have a chance to buy a blue-chip stock ahead of its expected sales and profit rebound, but they're also signing up for a bumpy ride.
The key trends that will drive P&G's stock returns over the next five years.
The stock is getting more expensive but could still make a good investment right now.