Dividend and Interest Reinvesting Program (DRIP)

What is a dividend reinvestment plan?

As a shareholder, you could receive earnings from the companies in which you are invested in the form of a cash dividend.

The dividend reinvestment plan (DRIP) enables you to reinvest those cash dividends rather than accepting a cheque from the company in order to increase your holdings in your portfolio. The benefits of DRIP include:

  • Available for select stocks.
  • Once it's set up, it's completely automatic.
  • All investments appear with a cost basis on one consolidated statement.

We can help

At Edward Jones, we can help you reach your financial goals. Contact your Edward Jones advisor.

Find an Advisor

Find an Advisor

Enter a Province and then enter a last name

    How much will post-secondary education cost?

    Answering this question can help you create a realistic savings goal – but the answer depends on when and where your child goes to school.