What is an ETF?
An exchange traded fund (also known as an ETF) is a security that trades on a national stock exchange, which owns a basket of underlying stocks like a mutual fund. However, unlike a mutual fund that is only bought and sold at the end of the day, an ETF can be bought or sold during the market hours like a single company stock. Investors in ETFs are entitled to a proportion of the profits such as interest or dividends paid.
How do I invest in Point Bridge GOP Stock Tracker ETF (MAGA)?
Do you have a brokerage account?
If you have a brokerage account, simply call your broker and ask to purchase shares in ticker MAGA. If you place your trades yourself, then enter the ticker MAGA for your trade execution.
What if I don’t have a brokerage account?
You will need to open a brokerage account and make a deposit into the account. There are many national choices. One option is Charles Schwab. Click this link to be taken to their account opening page. You can complete it online in just a few minutes. Once you are open and funded, you are ready to buy MAGA.