I see your point. It is very much true that if you plan on pumping more money into an existing DRiP (which most people would normally do), then a plan that offers no or very low fees would be the way to go.One reason I never really though about it before had been because only my children have accounts with them and use them as a broker on a budget rather than for the "DRiP" part.Thanks for opening my eyes to that.Also, I don't think you need to worry to much about confusing people, as yours was the first post in over two months. I was actualy shocked when it popped up as having a new message. Hopefully that will change. I feel that this board could kinda bridge a gap between the "Investing Beginners", "Living Below Your Means", & "Budgeting" boards.
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