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|Subject: Re: How Do You Know When to Stop??||Date: 9/5/2001 11:42 AM|
|Author: Kcourt||Number: 20455 of 27822|
Glad to see there is someone else who has more than 4 or 5 DRIPs. I seem to have accumuated 20 DRIPs, and that is enough for me. They are well diversified, into several sectors)
Some I add to on a regular basis, but there are others that just sit there reinvesting the dividends. (There are a couple that I don't add to as the number of shares has really multiplied, due to several splits).
I thin it is a personal thing - how many can you handle without outside help? If it is too much for you, maybe you could consider selling a couple of the less attractive ones. If all seems manageable, then keep it as it is and add to the ones that seem to be the best future growth stocks.
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