yes, but it seems that the total fees are less when you only purchase one share thru moneypaper than ANY other way. every other purchase (discount broker, b@h ect.) has fees that exceed the moneypaper price when you want the stock registered in your name (this should be your BOTTOM LINE for true drip investment savings). they do have a time window for actually purchasing the stock when you send your check which could also affect any bottom line savings. does anyone have advice on this? hope this helps your investment decision. mike
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