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20 Best Consumer Goods Stocks Beyond Procter & Gamble

Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) is a titan of the household products industry. The company is nearly 200 years old, worth more than $200 billion, and owns well-known brand names such as Tide, Gillette, and Pampers.

But the company has struggled recently. It's sold off secondary brands like Duracell, Cover Girl, and Zest to cut costs and focus on its core brands. 

Moreover, the company's once-strong pipeline of innovation has yielded little success, and spending on R&D as a percentage of sales is lower than it's been in almost any point in the last 20 years.

The Crest-maker's sales have fallen as it has shed brands, struggled to grow domestic sales, and faced a strengthening dollar. The stock is up 12% this year, but the long term looks challenging.

Here are 20 similar stocks with better prospects than P&G.

20 Best Consumer Goods Stocks
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  2. I have always liked NUS and didn't realize KMB's P/B was so bad. Thanks for sharing.


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