Why Have Proctor & Gamble’s Revenues Collapsed?

These numbers show us that Proctor & Gamble is a great company with a good business model that generates a lot of float. It has a lot of cash and that cash is increasing. These numbers mean that the revenue losses might not affect the company’s long term operations.

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Ten Really Great Underpriced Stocks to Consider Buying Right Now

If you want to take a gamble on a tech company that could be the next Google, PayPal could be it. PayPal’s revenue was growing at a rate of 14% in the first quarter of 2015. PayPal’s international revenue grew at a rate of 52% in 2014, the volume of mobile payments it processed grew by 58% and its total payment volume grew by 26%.

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Procter & Gamble: Value Bargain or Dud?

Procter & Gamble looks poised to continue its dominance of the laundry detergent market, a state of affairs that is likely to be strengthened by the rise of online retailers like Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN), which make it easier than ever for consumers to buy popular name brands.

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