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Matt,

You may want to check when purchases are actually made (ie once a month, first and 15th, every thursday, etc). Many DRiP programs only purchase monthly, some weekly. The agent will draw funds a few days in advance to "make sure they clear" (from the days of checks) then there is a lag between when they make the purchase and the stock is 'cleared' for your account, usually 3 days. Once the process is repeated it becomes less of an issue. This is also why many people shy away from DRiP plans....impatience with the lag times. Hope this helps.

WyneFool *long WTR*
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