Before we start our next search for a new investment to fit into our long-term Drip strategy, we are asking you a handful of questions to help us improve our Drip Port content.
We want this column to offer value to you nearly every single time you read it. We know that not every column can possibly offer something of value to everyone who reads it, because we recognize (and celebrate!) the fact that we have a diverse readership. Some of you have been Drip investing since the disco era. Others are just starting to invest in 2000. Some of you have financial degrees. Others can't read a cash flow statement. Despite this diversity, we believe we can offer a valuable column to a majority of readers on most days, but we want your help.
Beginning today and continuing on the next few market days, we are conducting a Drip Port Survey. We hope you'll take a few moments to answer our questions. We also hope very much that if you have specific suggestions for us, you'll share them on the "Drip Basics" discussion board. Please post them under the title, "Drip Port Improvements." We will read and consider all of your thoughts.
Let's start right now with our three questions for today. Please answer these to the best of your ability and post further thoughts if you wish. Before you leap in, realize that it may be easiest to answer the first question below first, then just click ahead on the message board to the next three posts, which are the next three questions, rather than clicking back and forth to this column for each new question. Our Survey begins here:
1) How often do you read the daily Drip column?
2) Recognizing that this is difficult to answer (please post thoughts if you wish), what is it that you like best about the Drip column?
3) How often should the Drip column run?
4) Just for fun: What was the best movie?
Finally, in case you missed Wednesday's column, the Drip Port will be sending money to enroll in the dividend reinvestment plan of PepsiCo (NYSE: PEP) in the next few days.
Have a great weekend!
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