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Revolt Against Fees!

Last week I received bad news about a dividend reinvestment plan (DRIP) that I’ve invested in for the past two-plus years. Procter & Gamble (PG), the consumer products giant and popular Dividend Aristocrat, switched its stock transfer agent and raised fees. DRIP fees are the enemy of dividend growth investors. Those of us that track […]

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5 New Dividend Stocks In My No-Fee Portfolio

Over the past few months, I’ve been slowly growing the number of dividend stocks in my Loyal3 account. In the first post about my no-fee portfolio, I laid out my conviction for buying Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-B), Disney (DIS), and Hasbro (HAS). I buy at least $50 worth of each stock every month, and plan to continue […]

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Three New Stocks In My No-Fee Portfolio

I recently opened a no-fee Loyal3 account to buy stocks without any transaction costs. The companies available to invest in are familiar to most and have many faithful customers. Loyal3 targets fans of the brands who would otherwise be intimidated by a traditional broker. The companies pay the trading fees instead of the investor, and by […]

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