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Procter & Gamble Appears Overvalued

publication date: Nov 6, 2019
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Image Shown: Shares of Procter & Gamble have been on an epic run since mid-2018, and we think shares have gotten ahead of themselves here.

Consumer staples giant Procter & Gamble is a solid company that generates sizable and consistent free cash flows. However, in our view, shares of PG have gotten way ahead of themselves due to a “flight to quality” that has seen the market bid up P&G’s share price from the low $70s in April 2018 to almost $120 as of this writing. Shares of PG now yield 2.5% as of this writing and trade well above the top end of our fair value estimate range of $101 per share. Please note P&G has paid out a dividend for 129 consecutive years and the company has increased its payout over the past 63 consecutive years, earning it the coveted status of ‘Dividend Aristocrat’.

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