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DRIPs -- Dividend reinvestment plans
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Emcee:  Rick Kunz Type:  Unmoderated
Tech companies tend not to have DRPs, but there are a number of them
that do, such as INTC and MOT. Anyone interested in discussing DRPs?
We like purchasing additional shares from the company with no
brokerage charges, and have a long-term horizon for our DRP investments.

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263 I am fond value stocks with DRIP/DSP plans and little to no purchase side fees.Robert T. Quasius-4/1/2000
262 Hi Rick, I use Waterhouse Securities as my discount broker and I have recentlyTerrapin-3/16/1998
261 Brad, Thank you very much for the info on BEN. I had a share transferred to mePeter K. C. Chong-2/17/1998
260 Thanks for the info on BEN. I will try to contact them tomorrow morning. By tPeter K. C. Chong-2/16/1998
259 According to my sources, the transfer agent is Bank of New York, and the phone Bradley Ray Cordell-2/14/1998
258 My 1996 Directory of DRIPs doesn't list transfer agents but does list BEN&#Rick Kunz-2/14/1998
257 Can anyone tell me who the transfer agent for Franklin Resources (BEN) is? AlsPeter K. C. Chong-2/12/1998
256 $0.06 per share is quite reasonable compared to a lot of plans these days. If tRick Kunz-1/4/1998
255 Hello again Rick, I finally got word from TYC's investor relations regardiTerrapin-1/3/1998
254 Good to see HP instituting a plan! I hope that someone will post the details heRick Kunz-12/19/1997
253 I think it is great. I haven't got my notice of details yet but a friend hJudi Simpson-12/18/1997
252 What does everyone think about investing in the new HP drip program? Any thougSingar-12/17/1997
251 I think they do, but am not certain, I know Fannie does for sure. I'm at woRick Kunz-12/9/1997
250 To all: Anyone have information on a DRIP for Sallie Mae (SLM), I'm callinJames H-11/28/1997
249 Rick, Thanks for the quick response! I'll contact the transfer agent to gTerrapin-11/24/1997
248 Hello, John. Good to see some action on this thread. I'm not familiar with Rick Kunz-11/23/1997
247 Rick, I am new to the thread and the owner of a company called Tyco (TYC). ThTerrapin-11/23/1997
246 Yep, we have AWK that used to be 5% off and they dropped that over a year ago. Rick Kunz-8/5/1997
245 rick, i had 2 companys that used to give discounts. they don't any more. i paul gambuto-8/4/1997
244 I haven't seen the Bloomberg article but have seen others talk about the saRick Kunz-8/4/1997
243 Anyone see the article on DRIP's in the current Bloomberg? Talked about buyScott Mc-8/3/1997
242 Yep, First Trust is one (there are actually two trust companies in Denver that Rick Kunz-7/30/1997
241 rick, i don't know if you know this. there is a place in denver , that willpaul gambuto-7/29/1997
240 Hi, Paul. Long time no type! I saw that Money article also, and it did me a reaRick Kunz-7/29/1997
239 Rick-- Money magazine (August issue) has a pretty good article on DRIPS. Oddly,Paul Weiss-7/29/1997
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