Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP)

Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP),

What is Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP)?

  1. A dividend reinvestment plan (DRIP) is a program that allows investors to redistribute their cash dividends into additional shares or portions of those shares on the day the dividends are paid. Although the term may apply to any automatic reinvestment agreement by a broker or investment firm, it generally refers to regular programs offered by state-owned companies to existing shareholders. Already 650 companies and 500 closed funds have done this.

  2. The scheme is a program that allows investors to profit from securities that are profitable.

Literal Meanings of Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP)


Meanings of Dividend:
  1. A company pays its shareholders on a regular (usually quarterly) basis of profit (or reserves).

  2. Number to divide by another number.

Sentences of Dividend
  1. Tax exemption on dividend payments from pension funds has been abolished.

  2. Numeric symbol must be more than one.

Synonyms of Dividend

return, emolument, takings, proceeds, interest, earnings, percentage, winnings, dividend, receipts, income, yield, profit, benefit, reward, advantage


Meanings of Reinvestment:
  1. Shares bring back profits from previous investments in the same place.

Sentences of Reinvestment
  1. Future investments in new technologies


Synonyms of Plan

outline, chalk out, shape, set up, proposition, build, organize, intent, scheme, map out, think out, scenario, aspiration, proposal, project, objective, concoct, schedule, system, stratagem, game plan, suggestion, make a map of


Meanings of DRIP:
  1. Drop or immerse in small drops of liquid.

  2. A drop of liquid

  3. Weak and incompetent people.

  4. Underneath the cornice, window sill or crown frame or drain that prevents rain from falling from the wall.

Sentences of DRIP
  1. The faucet kept flowing

  2. He put the bucket in the cupboard to collect the drip

Synonyms of DRIP

spot, bead, coward, trickle, dribble, splash, mouse, namby-pamby, leak, weakling, plop, drop