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Author: thenut One star, 50 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 27836  
Subject: Re: DRP vs. index funds? Date: 10/5/2001 7:01 AM
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Nothing negative here. I still read about DRIPs and other topics, as I am still very fresh here. I had just read so much and never used it, that I could not keep all the loads of info straight. I just needed to started studying the real thing and I couldn't motivate myself for just any company. I now understand more of what I am reading.

I was just giving an idea, if there is one thing I have learned, it is one size does not fit all. I am open to hear new things and change if it meets my criteria. I have to say I still have only one DRIP and am still new with the actual investing. I have been reading the boards for about 2 years but finally was in a position to start saving on the side of my retirement about 3 months ago. I am still a rookie.

Since I am avid motorcycle rider, my first and only Drip--
Harley Davidson.

Keep doing a great job of educating us rookies. I realy appreciate it.

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