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>>I've held JCI in a drip for over 6 years. They are a no-brainer.
Don't worry, be happy:-)<<

I haven't been with JCI near as long as you, but you are right... Just keep on buying while it is cheap and enjoy the benefits later down the road. JCI is a good company with solid financials and it's like HD- you can't go wrong buying more- Just look at those EPS that JCI has.
I'm gonna keep on buying especially while the price is low and not complain about the slide. Remember that the key to investing is to buy low and sell high... :) (But, quit looking at the day to day prices and panic into selling. This is where I see most investors screw up. Buy regularly and hold. You WILL rest alot better if you don't worry about the day to day prices).


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