How to Buy Guggenheim Credit Allocation Fund stock

A Step-by-Step-Guide on how to buy Guggenheim Credit Allocation Fund stock (GGM stock)

Buy the stock from Guggenheim Credit Allocation Fund in three easy steps!

Step 1

Make a eToro account

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Use an email address, choose a username, and select a strong, secure password.

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Step 2

Verify your account


In order to buy Guggenheim Credit Allocation Fund stock, you’ll need to provide your date of birth, country, phone number and name alongside with additional support documents which verify your personal identity.

The supporting documents are a valid photo ID, like Passport, Drivers license or National identity card (front + back) and sometimes as well Proof of Residence Document like Credit card statement, Utility bill(water, electricity, gas, internet, phone), Insurance statement, Tax document or Residence certificate.


The reason for this strict verification is to forbid identity theft or fraud.

Step 3

Go ahead ordering Guggenheim Credit Allocation Fund stock by depositing USD or EUR


Funding your account with fiat currencies, like EUR or USD for trading can be done distinct ways, including SWIFT, SEPA and domestic wire transfers or creditcard.

The variant you select will be based on your location and preference.

Once your fiat currency arrives in your account, you will be able to buy stock from Guggenheim Credit Allocation Fund (GGM).

With your account you will also have access to charting tools, 24-hour global client support, leveraged trading and advanced order types.

Congrats! You have successfully bought Guggenheim Credit Allocation Fund stock (GGM).

That's it!

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