How to buy John Hancock Multifactor Materials ETF
A Step-by-Step-Guide on how to buy John Hancock Multifactor Materials (JHMA) ETF
Buy the ETF from John Hancock Multifactor Materials in three easy steps!
Use the following link and create an account at eToro.
Supply an email address, take a username, and pick a strong, secure password.
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Verify your identity
In order to buy John Hancock Multifactor Materials, you’ll need to provide your phone number, name, country and date of birth alongside with additional support documents which verify your personal identity.
The supporting documents are a valid photo ID, like Driver license or Passport and sometimes also Proof of Residence Document like Payroll statement -or- Official salary document from employer, Residence certificate or Tax document.
The reason for this strict verification is to prevent identity theft or fraud.
Start buying John Hancock Multifactor Materials by depositing fiat currencies, like EUR or USD
Backing your account with fiat currencies, like USD or EUR for swaping can be done different ways, including SEPA, SWIFT and domestic wire transfers or debitcard.
The variant you select will be based on your preference and location.
As soon as your fiat currency hits your account, you will be able to buy ETF from John Hancock Multifactor Materials (JHMA).
With your account you will also have access to charting tools, 24-hour global client support, leveraged trading and advanced order types.
Congratulations! You've successfully purchased John Hancock Multifactor Materials (JHMA).
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