Proctor and Gamble has not executed well on several launches. They do not have a sufficient D-Day strategic depth which is worrisome. They run out of product and seem unable to sustain initial marketing efforts.
Proctor and Gamble may be over relying on price discounts in relation to competitors. Price competition is a slippery slope to permanent price compression.
Proctor and Gamble will not be able to maintain many product growth rates as their market share and penetrations are already high and have very little room for improvement.
George Gutowski writes from a caveat emptor perspective.