Fiqh of transactions is one of the topics in Islamic jurisprudence. Learning fiqh of transactions is exciting. It teaches us on how to make a ‘real deal’ with people in daily life activities such as buying, selling, leasing, sharing etc.
Umar Ibn al-Khattab (may Allah be pleased with him) said:
“No one should sell in our markets except one who has understanding in the religion.” [Al-Tirmidhi]
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“To be a successful investor, you cannot just buy / sell a good stock. You have to buy / sell the very best stocks at the very best time.”
“And it is not enough for you to simply study the stock itself, you also need to analyze the market conditions in which it is trading.”
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Stock simply known as a share in the ownership of a company. Stock as defined by Investopedia is: “a type of security that signifies ownership in a corporation and represents a claim on part of the corporation’s assets and earnings”. It is one of the instruments of investment in equity market.
According to the Securities Commission Malaysia, equity market is: “a market where securities, shares and other exchange traded instruments are bought and sold. Once the shares or securities are bought, the shareholders have the freedom to sell the securities. This has led to the evolution of transfer of instruments that allow shareholders to redeem their money upon disposal of their shares or securities. The activities of buying and selling shareholdings create a ready market that pools resources and provides readily funds”.
People invest in stocks because it has offered the most potential for growth. Bursa Malaysia stated that investing in stocks has consistently proven to be one of the most profitable forms of investment available. Continue reading
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Every year, Malaysians eagerly await the presentation of the national budget. They are looking forward to some good news or at least something small that will increase their quality of life.
On 23 October 2015, the budget for year 2016 took place. The Budget witnessed an increase in the expenditure to RM267.2 billion compared with RM260.7 billion in 2015. It was aimed to ‘has something for everyone’ while ensuring sustainable growth in the face of volatile global economic conditions.
The theme for the Budget entitled ‘Prospering The Rakyat’ outlined 5 priorities with one of them being to empower the human capital by strengthening Malaysia’s education sector. Continue reading
5 Prinsip asas pelaburan dalam Islam:
- Pelaburan yang tidak melalaikan.
- Menjadikan akhirat sebagai tujuan utama.
- Kena tahu sunnatullah. Maksudnya kena tahu ‘hukum alam’ dalam melabur seperti teknik dan strategi yang berkesan serta memastikan syarikat pelaburan mempunyai lesen yang sah.
- Melabur mengikut disiplin Islam. Jauhi riba, perjudian, penipuan dan perkara yang ditegah.
- Sebaiknya elakkan berhutang jika hendak melabur. Lebih-lebih lagi dalam pasaran saham bagi pelabur individu.
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Selain zakat, sedekah juga adalah antara instrumen yang penting dalam pengurusan kewangan Islam. Jika zakat adalah pemberian yang wajib dikeluarkan, maka sedekah pula adalah pemberian yang amat dituntut.
Teringat semasa kecil, apabila pergi menunaikan solat Jumaat dengan Ayah, Ayah selalu memberi kami wang untuk dimasukkan ke dalam tabung.
Ringkasnya, antara intipati khutbah Jumaat hari ini (1 Safar 1437H) adalah: Continue reading