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Procter & Gamble: The King Reigns On

Procter & Gamble ( PG ), referred to as P&G from here on, needs no introduction to dividend growth investors as their stable of brands and excellent history of dividend growth are well-known. Brands such as Pampers, Bounce, Downy, Tide, Charmin, Bounty, Febreze, Dawn, Mr. Clean, Crest and many others. P&G is one of the largest businesses in the consumer goods sector. What has made P&G investors happy is the repeat nature of the business by selling consumable goods that are used regularly. Consumer Goods as a Service, so to speak. Dividend History The dividend growth investment strategy is the one that I gravitated towards most when I first began investing into individual companies. The strategy is simple at its core: find great businesses with a history of, and ability to, grow dividend payments over time. Image by author; data source Procter & Gamble Investor Relations P&G has a very impressive 65-year streak of annual dividend raises which is one of the longes

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