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Dear DRIP Investors,

We have been helping people enroll in DRIPs since 1986. Many of our subscribers have written to express their thanks and describe the outcome of their DRIP investments. It has been a source of pride and our great pleasure to have assisted in your efforts to secure financial security.

However, after 35 years we have decided to stop fulfilling orders for enrollments after the March cycle. Moneypaper, via the website, will continue to provide information about DRIPs and the enrollment process.

As always, good luck,

Vita Nelson


Calculate Your Long Term Wealth


Anticipate Your Wealth at retirement--based on an average annual rate of return of 10% *


1. Buy an initial amount of shares in a company of your choice to start (usually one share).


2. Invest $25 (as an example only) on a monthly basis to buy additional shares.*


3. Base your calculations on a 10% average annual rate of growth over the period. (see "% Growth Rate" below for explanation)*


*The only feasible way to achieve 10% results has so far historically been in stocks. The only feasible way to invest as little as $25 a month is through direct investment plans (DRIPs).


You can start by buying only a single share of stock and still anticipate that your child will have amassed assets of more than $1 million by the time he or she retires!


* Over the past 75 years, the average annual rate of return for the stock market as a whole has been 11%. Our calculations are based on a more conservative 10%.


(Our program accounts for any investing fees that may be charged by the company)


(DRIP Club Member/Subscriber service fee of $30 for DRIP enrollment is added to the cost of your initial share(s) purchased)



(To anticipate growth rate, take into consideration that the market as a whole has achieved more than a 10% rate of growth over the past 70 years including dividends. (For this reason, we suggest that you construct a well-diversified portfolio of dividend paying stocks and accummulate additional shares by making regular periodic investments over the long term.)

5. • For newborns, enter 65 as the number of years of compounding. 

The Moneypaper advocates investing regularly to accumulate assets at a variety of prices over an extended period of years


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