Stocks with Drips
Some companies have programs that allow existing shareholders, who already own one or more shares in the company to buy additional shares direct from the company for little or no fees. These programs are sometimes called Direct Investment Plans (DIPs) or Dividend Reinvestment Plans (DRIPs).
The table below shows stocks with DRIPs or DRIP-like plans and the number of shares that they require to participate in their DRIP. More on DRIPs from Motley Fool
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