DRIP: model portfolios

March 2009
DRIP Investor;Mar2009, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p6
The article presents the editor's portfolio stocks for several companies, like the consumer-product company Procter & Gamble Co. in 2009. It states that Procter, whose stock is valued at $50, is down by 18%. It cites that its stock was sold off lately after the release of its December 2008-quarter earnings including gains from the sale of its Folgers Coffee Co. business, while its net profits per share rose to 61% for the quarter.


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