Proctor & Gamble (NYSE:PG) shares have been active lately. consider This bear case scenario before you dip your toe in the water. Go-to-market execution improvement needs execution. These guys a re not that good a sustainable action to get off the beachhead. Some new product launches resulted in supply constraints and out-of-stock situations. Ridiculous. The firm is so large the question becomes what can they do to effectively grow in a noticeable manner. Recent revenue growth is due to price reductions; meaning margin compression. This does not smell like money in the bank for a large supposedly established dominant firm.
George Gutowski writes from a caveat emptor perspective.