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Infographic: How to Retire a Millionaire

Investing 101 | July 15, 2017

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5 thoughts on “Infographic: How to Retire a Millionaire”
  • Valle Puerto Julio - September 17, 2017

    I love to learn how to.

  • Ibrahim Muhammad - November 21, 2017

    Assalamu alaikum please how can someone get a profitable business without jumping into taking haram.

    • Wahed Support - November 23, 2017

      Hello Ibrahim, thank you for reaching out! We help you receive a halal diversified portfolio so you can start investing your savings. To see how your portfolio would look like, visit this link

  • mohamed itoua - May 24, 2018

    My name is Mohamed Itoua, I am 19 and I have absolutely no knowledge in investng. I read through your website and found it interesting and I even created an account to start investing but could you explain me in simple words what makes it halal because with my limited understanding, I don’t get how can I become richer just by putting my money in here. (and everything halal…?)

    • admin - May 24, 2018

      Hello Mohamed

      Thank you for your interest!

      We have an active Ethical Review Board which ensures that all investments are halal. The board screens the investment avenues based on a strict set of constraints.

      In brief, any portfolio cannot hold shares of a company that:

      Provides non-Islamic financial services and any other related interest services.
      Manufactures/sells products or services not approved by the Ethical Board (i.e. liquor, tobacco, gambling, pornography etc).
      Have interest revenue exceeding a certain percentage of total revenue (usually 5%) – unless it is given to charity.
      Do not have a certain percentage of non-liquid assets.

      In addition, we do not invest in bonds, which pay out interest. Alternatively, we invest in Sukuks (Islamic Bonds) whereby the holder is entitled to a part of an asset rather than a debt obligation.

      Let us know if you have any further questions, we’d be happy to assist.


      Team Wahed


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