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Basically, it does not seem like a good idea to use a Drip plan with Foolish Four
stocks (call it the Droolish Four--a very nice name at least). After all, Foolish
Four stocks change yearly, while Drip stocks should be held for a very long
time. Also, there is a one time fee for starting up a Drip with a company. Paying
that fee for possibly only one year just would not be worth while.

Right,wrong or not quite?


And it can take a month or two or even more to set up a drip or to cash it out. That's a lot of your yearly hold time down the drain earning no income.

Crazyfred
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