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I am mostly a DRIP investor. I have 19 of these companies in my basic portfolio.

Some of these have really adding value to my portfolio since I first started in 1994.

My best ones for increased value are Johnson Controls (JCI), Intel (INTC), PepsiCO (PEP), Walgreen Drugs (WAG), Home Depot (HD), GE, ExxonMobil (XOM) and Abbott Labs (ABT).

Through my adding OCP's (ooptional cash payments) on a regular basis, and reinvesting my dividends, as well as stock splits, these companies have thrived.

I am a long term buy and hold type of investor so most of what I buy must have quality and future growth.

Happy DRIPping.

Kathy
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