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Which of the following is NOT a choice in deciding what to do with dividends?
A. take cash dividends
B. reinvest the dividends
C. refuse the dividends
I think it is B.
Reinvesting dividends allows you to:
A. buy more shares of your original investment
B. buy more shares of another company you are interested in
C. receive dividend checks
D. none of the above
i think it is C.

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