Should you take Telstra's DRP
Should you take Telstra's DRP? Everyone loves a dividend, particularly, you'd think, shareholders in Telstra, which has benefited more than most from the 'rush to yield'. So it seems slightly ironic that demands from retail investors have encouraged Telstra to reinstate its dividend reinvestment plan... So should you take Telstra's DRP when it's available? The answer is a resounding 'No'. DRPs are lazy investing. Participating in them presumes that that stock is the best home for your cash every time it pays a dividend - because you think it's the most undervalued opportunity on the market at that time and/or that it offers the best diversification benefits. For even the most ardent supporters of Telstra, this is fantastically unlikely to be true for every dividend payment. Read the full article: (VIEW LINK)
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