Dividends4Life: Procter & Gamble: Shares Are 7% Undervalued From A Dividend Investing Perspective

Procter & Gamble's (NYSE:PG) share price has recently recovered from its 6-month low. Although the price almost converged to its all-time high at $86, I believe the stock remains a solid buy for long-term income investors as current valuation is still below intrinsic level. In this article, I will elaborate on some forward-looking cash flow and dividend analyses to support my buy thesis.

Despite trading near its all-time high, PG still offers attractive value from a dividend investing perspective. Given my estimated value gap of 7% and the stock's 3.1% dividend yield, the solid potential investment return should justify a buy rating.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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