Help, I'm worried about my dividend reinvestmentI have been a long time TD Waterhouse customer with a regular individual account and Roth there. I had just found out about their dividend reinvestment policy when they announced that they were merging with Ameritrade. The old TD Waterhouse allowed you to reinvest dividends no matter how small the amount and would buy fractional shares. I love this service and would very much like to use it for the rest of my investing life. The problem is that to reinvest dividend in the new TD Ameritrade accounts you have to have enough dividends to purchase a whole share of whatever company issues the dividend. I learned this when I recently rolled over my 401k plan to a traditional IRA that was setup under the new rules. For now my old accounts remain the same with the old rules. I am worried that when TD Ameritrade finishes their integration this dividend reinvestment plan will be lost to me. I do not hold enough of any position to buy a whole share of any stock.Does anybody have any idea if TD Ameritrade is going to get rid of the old rules that govern the old TD Waterhouse accounts? If so what is the best brokerage for dividend reinvestment?Thank you in advance if you have any informationRyanFedtheFoot
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