AAII Survey: Dividend Reinvestment Plans (DRIPs)

Dividend reinvestment plans or DRPs/DRIPs are offered by many companies to give shareholders the option of reinvesting the amount of a declared dividend by purchasing additional shares. Normally, when dividends are paid, they are received by shareholders as a check or a¬†direct deposit¬†into their bank account. Because shares purchased through a DRIP typically come from…

 

Common Stock Repurchases: A Bane or Boon to Shareholders?

Why Value Beats Growth: A Brief Explanation In the long run, value stocks perform better because the markets are not perfectly efficient and investors overpay for growth. That is not to say that value always outperforms. The key when it comes to all investment approaches is to have the discipline to see it through periods…