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Investing in DRIPs: Using Dividend Reinvestment Plans to Achieve Financial Freedom

Alan Kerrman

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  • EAN: 9781513074306

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The Power of DRIPs: Compounding Power of Smart Dividend Investing

Here's a book for individual investors, by an individual investor. I've made every mistake there is when it comes to money and investing but I didn’t give up. Along the way, I kept hearing about DRIPs (and DSPPs), and I thought that they were some outmoded investment models that went away after the discount brokers gave all of us retail investors a lot more trading choices and features. 

NOPE. What I found instead was that DRIPs -- or dividend reinvestment plans -- solved three very serious problems for me! One is that my investing became completely automated. My regular checking account ACH withdrawals meant we'd always make regular monthly investments, and at prices that would dollar-cost-average over the course of the year. Along with the lower fees across the board, this type of income investment also helped me keep from overtrading, saving me all sorts of extra transaction fees. Plus the power of reinvested dividends means compounded growth that we can use for income later when we need it. 

Join me as we explore how individual investors can still take advantage of the power of Investing in DRIPs to access the best blue chip companies -- here and around the world -- and get regular dividend payments from a personal portfolio of growth and income stocks. And the best part is that for me, it's part of an overall investment diversification plan that still includes my 401k, my Roth IRA, and a trading account for my stocks, options, and occasional commodity futures. DRIPs now equal compounded dividend income later!

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