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Is CFD Trading Halal or Haram?

Are CFDs Halal? is it permissible in Islam to write CFD contracts or to buy them? Are they a form of prohibited Maysir (gambling)? This article attempts to answer these questions.

Swing Trading: Halal or Haram?

Is Swing Trading Halal or Haram?

Muslim Marriage & Money

Perhaps the decision that will have the greatest affect on not just your financial well-being but your overall well-being is the decision of who you marry.
The following are a few tips that inshAllah will prove useful to you whether you’re looking to get married, you’re already married, or you’re going through a divorce.

Where Do I buy My Stocks? My review of Fidelity, M1 Finance and Robinhood

Where is the best place to buy stocks?
My review of Fidelity, M1 Finance and Robinhood.

What Stock Am I Buying Now?

In light of the Corona Virus shutdown, an investment opportunity that I think is becoming quite clear relates to companies that make it easy to work remotely.

How to Identify Undervalued Stocks (5 Ratios You Need to Know)

This article explains 5 financial ratios you should consider before making any stock purchase decisions.

Amazon Stock: A good buy? Halal or Haram?

Is Amazon stock a good buy? Is it halal to own Amazon stock?

Buying a car with installment payments at a higher price: Is it Halal?

If you’re shopping for a car and trying to avoid interest-bearing debt it’s likely that advertisements claiming 0% APR (Annual Percentage Rate) car financing have caught your attention.
Naturally, the savvy Muslim consumer should ask: is there a catch to this and is it truly Halal?
If you’re in this position you’re in luck because I’m about to answer these two questions for you so keep reading…

How Should You Invest Your Bonus? Periodically or in One Lump Sum?

Should you invest all at once or periodically over time?
Which strategy is the most advantageous?
Like many things with investments, the appropriate course of action isn’t easy to discern. This article helps you weigh the pros and cons of each strategy.

Is Options Trading Halal or Haram?

When using options to hedge risk i.e. transfer a certain risk from the bearer of this risk to another party more able to assume this risk, this creates value.
However, when options are used to speculate on price, both conditions of Maisir are met and therefore it is prohibited in Islam (haram).