Hello,I am thinking of investing in DRIP-like fashion and am wondering if anyone has advice about using the Moneypaper/Temper service vs. Sharebuilder. I can see that Sharebuilder is not actually an investment in DRiPs but lets you invest in a DRiP-like way, and it seems to cost a lot less than actually enrolling in plans using Temper (I'm not a subscriber so it's even more expensive). If all I want is to invest in quality stock over time without forking over an initial huge lump sum, is Sharebuilder just fine? Or is it somehow better to enroll in the actual DRiP itself?Thanks!
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