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Author: centikel Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 21  
Subject: DRIP for a present Date: 2/5/2002 6:29 PM
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Hello,
Well, this is my first post anywhere ever - Harley, stocks and you guys got me up for it. Thanks.

I just wanted to say that I discovered that giving HD stocks in a DRIP account to friends and family is the way to go. They are expensive to start percentage-wise( I typically give a few shares and this costs $30), but it's a one time cost and so it's just part of the gift. Not a burden on the people you give it to. It's perfect for people who don't have enough money to have a broker or don't know where to start - and of course who *love* Harley. It's a kick for the unitiated to get year-end reports and stuff (as opposed to my feelings of being flooded with reports and proxies).

Vroom, vrooom!
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Author: allisonclift Three stars, 500 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: 15 of 21
Subject: Re: DRIP for a present Date: 2/5/2002 8:59 PM
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Can you explain the DRIP to me? As of right now I am working on reducing my debt and haven't really paid attention to the different investing options out there. Every time I sit down to read through information it puts me right to sleep! You might also want to check out the HDI board...there seems to be more posters over there.

Alli

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