My Top 10 DRIP Picks to Build a Portfolio in 2017

With a dividend reinvestment plan, your loose change can put you on the path toward a secure retirement.

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Over the past year or so, I’ve written about the advantage of following a dollar-cost averaging strategy through dividend reinvestment plans (DRIPs) and holding on for the long term — the longer the better! With this strategy, even the smallest investor can efficiently invest in equities.

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Vita Nelson
Founding Publisher and Editor, Moneypaper
Ms. Vita Nelson is is the Editor and Publisher of Moneypaper's Guide to Direct Investment Plans, Chairman of the Board of Temper of the Times Investor Service, Inc. (a DRIP enrollment service), and co-manager of the MP 63 Fund (DRIPX).