- I have quite a few other DRIPs setup, but they are not shown in the portfolio above. I originally setup these DRIPs so that I could transfer shares to others so they could enrol in the DRIP. I stopped transferring shares to others, but was left with odd amounts of shares. It can be quite time consuming to setup a DRIP, so I don’t want to close down these DRIPs. This leaves me with a bunch of companies with around a share or two in the DRIP. I chose not to include these companies as they represent a very small portion of my portfolio.
I am a blogger and not a financial expert. These writings are my own opinions and should not be considered financial advice. This portfolio is not a recommendation to buy these stocks. Always perform your own due diligence before purchasing a stock.
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