Procter & Gamble (PG)
$125.47 0.90 (0.72%)
18:30 EST PG Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $125.47
Market Cap 315.51B
PE Ratio 33.37
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 5.47M
Day's Range 123.79 - 125.74
52-Week Range 86.74 - 125.77
Dividend & Yield 2.84 (2.26%)
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While I like Procter & Gamble as a longer-term play, in the near term, PG stock is vastly overbought and active investors and traders could look to the short side for a trade.
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Investors looking for conservative investments will have to balance the proven track record of PG stock with its currently overheated status.
Procter & Gamble stock should remain steady, but the higher multiple and the recent surge higher leaves little room for near-term growth.
After rising meaningfully over the last year, PG stock is facing multiple, negative catalysts that could drag down Procter & Gamble stock.
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PG stock has been on fire over the past year as the core fundamentals have materially improved, but this rally of PG may be on its last legs.
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