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DRIP Investing: Dividend Reinvestment Plans and Direct Investing with DRIPs

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Methods for Developing a DRIP: The most common DRIP investment strategies and their Pros and Cons.

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from About.com Money

A Beginner's Guide to Getting Rich

Women can get rich through disciplined investing and saving, providing for their own retirement without the help of a man. This step-by-step investing tutorial will show you how women can begin the journey on the road to financial independence by starting an investing program.: The Secret to Successful Investing - Start Young

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Hundreds of U.S. corporations sponsor DRIPs (Dividend Reinvestment Plans) that permit purchasing their stock directly from them — therefore no brokerage account is necessary. Many of them permit beginning investments as low as $25 monthly. (All nine of my picks below have initial opening account minimums of $250 or $50 or less if the monthly automatic draft option is chosen.)

from DailyWorth

How to Invest When You Don’t Have Much to Invest

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Content Marketing Expert Rebecca Lieb Discusses Strategy, Influencers, and Leftover Turkey - B2B Marketing

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If you are going to be offering coffee as a main staple of your business, you may want to invest in a commercial espresso machine versus a traditional drip machine.

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Drip-feeding investments - putting a little bit away each week adds up

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from The Motley Fool

IBM Bets Big on Watson, Big Data

The good news for big data providers like IBM (NYSE: IBM  ) and Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ  ) is that chief investment officers (CIOs), acco...

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from The Motley Fool

How to Invest $20, $100, and $1,000 (and More

How to Invest $20, $100, and $1,000 (and More)

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