Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) is increasingly leaning on price hikes to drive all of its growth. Zooming out to look at P&G's last six months confirms the major stresses on its business today. P&G also needed bigger price increases to keep that revenue figure in positive territory.
Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) is a well-known commodity on Wall Street. Let's take a look at some less obvious but critical factors that set P&G apart as a stock investment. Procter & Gamble can raise prices when it needs to generate more cash.
Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) is the third-largest consumer staples stock by market capitalization behind Walmart and Nestle. P&G is, in many ways, the most reliable dividend stock on the market when it comes to delivering a passive income stream. Procter & Gamble continues to raise its dividend and buy back a ton of its own stock, which directly benefits shareholders by boosting earnings per share.