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So who has a new stock they have taken as a DRIP?


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So who has a new stock they have taken as a DRIP?

Here's a list of DRIP stocks:

U.S. Dividend Champions
U.S. Companies with 25+ Straight Years Higher Dividends
Excel Spreadsheet or PDF Format
http://www.dripinvesting.org/tools/tools.asp
(It's a DRIP site, but there's nothing to keep you from buying whole shares of them through your discount stock broker.)
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<< So who has a new stock they have taken as a DRIP?

Here's a list of DRIP stocks:

U.S. Dividend Champions
U.S. Companies with 25+ Straight Years Higher Dividends
Excel Spreadsheet or PDF Format
http://www.dripinvesting.org/tools/tools.asp
(It's a DRIP site, but there's nothing to keep you from buying whole shares of them through your discount stock broker.)

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Repeatedly posting this hackneyed list isn't much of a contribution to the board, in my opinion.


But if you have a NEW idea, I'd be glad to hear it.



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Repeatedly posting this hackneyed list isn't much of a contribution to the board, in my opinion.

But if you have a NEW idea, I'd be glad to hear it.


SP, not everyone has been on this board as long as you and I have. When posting on TMF I try to keep in mind that I'm not only talking to the one person I'm responding to but also however many others may also be reading the board.

Perhaps you might want to take a look here:
https://www.google.com/search?q=drip+stocks+with+no+fees&...
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I would tread cautiously around no fee drips. You generally get what you pay for

Better to drip the companies you like best through a brokerage that doesn't charge for reinvestment

That said, I do have active fee free monthly investments and reinvestment in XOM and O but I am currently rethinking both
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<<I would tread cautiously around no fee drips. You generally get what you pay for

Better to drip the companies you like best through a brokerage that doesn't charge for reinvestment
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You get the stock you purchase. If the DRIP has no fees, especially for purchases, you just get a bit more stock.


I wouldn't buy a stock I didn't want to own, even if there were no fees.

A stock with no fees is a nice deal. Unfortunately, many stocks have gone to farming out DRIPS to outside service agencies like Computershare. There fees aren't unreasonable, but they do cost.

Best is a stock that handles it's DRIPS itself, as part of it's corporate policy.



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