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The Moneypaper 63-stock Index (MP 63) was created at the start of 1994 to track a representative sampling of companies that offer dividend reinvestment plans (or DRIPs). In 1999, a mutual fund was organized to invest in the companies in that Index. The MP 63 Fund (DRIPX) is managed by the creators of The Moneypaper, which has been a leading provider of investment solutions and a trusted authority on direct investment plans (dividend reinvestment plans or DRIPs) for more than two decades.
The Fund is managed with an emphasis on the same strategies that have helped popularize the use of direct investment plans (dividend reinvestment plans or DRIPs): wide diversification among high-quality, dividend-paying companies and dollar-cost averaging. Most of the fund's shareholders are Moneypaper subscribers who have been educated to buy when others are selling.
Two of the MP 63-Fund core strategies are:
- Purchasing more shares of the component companies on a steady basis, and selling rarely. The portfolio mangers invest more in the companies when their prices are depressed (based on the stocks 52-week high and low). This approach takes advantage of market volatility.
- Choosing stocks that represent a wide range of industries and have the advantage of size and market leadership. This allows the managers to spread investment risk over both time and component allocation. Also, this posture allows the managers to limit turnover, which would burden shareholders with unnecessary and unwanted capital gains distributions (and taxes).