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I started with three in college (Pfizer, Coca-Cola and, yes, Enron) and after stopping one (guess which!) I started Intel and Johnson & Johnson. So I'm up to four, with no plans of adding more anytime soon, not only because of cash flow (money? What's that?!?) but also because I'm very comfortable with these four and see no need to add any more in the immediate future, if ever. I don't want to create my own mutual fund, spreading out too far and reducing risk at the price of reducing returns. I may change an investment or two in the future, but I don't see myself having anywhere near ten DRiPs at any time, that just seems like too many to me.

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