Dividend Reinvestment

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A dividend reinvestment plan allows investors to reinvest cash dividends from their investments in a low-cost manner. By systematically reinvesting the dividends paid, investors are able to dollar-cost average their investment. The dividend reinvestment plan is managed by an administrator of the company. Dividend reinvestment plans are also known as DRIPs. DividendInvestor.com™ provides dividend paying stock information related to: yield, rate, growth, ex-dividend date, history, highest paying, reinvestment plan, payout ratio, taxes, qualified, per share, special dividend, high dividend stock, dividend policy and dividend investing.

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