Islamic Banking and Finance Society launched at Oxford University – Blue & Green Tomorrow Islamic Banking and Finance Society launched at Oxford UniversityBlue & Green TomorrowSharia principles mean Muslims cannot invest in certain industries, many of which are so-called 'sin stocks' such as tobacco, gambling... Read More..
Investors Push For Positive Change – Financial Advisor Magazine Investors Push For Positive ChangeFinancial Advisor MagazineInvestors want to do more than just avoid sin stocks – they want to create change and have a positive social impact, Federal Street Advisors says. “Advisors should have discussions... Read More..
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SA PRO: Top Long And Short Ideas, Monday February 10 [Proto Labs Inc … – Seeking Alpha SA PRO: Top Long And Short Ideas, Monday February 10 [Proto Labs Inc …Seeking AlphaRead article »; On July 1, buysider Igor Novgorodtsev called for shares of cheap... Read More..
Property potential to perk up valuations for local planters – The Borneo Post Property potential to perk up valuations for local plantersThe Borneo PostSyariah funds are prohibited from buying conventional banking and sin stocks (like gaming and alcohol) which preclude about40 per cent investable stocks... Read More..
Faith-Based Funds Don't Mean Divine Returns – Seeking Alpha Faith-Based Funds Don't Mean Divine ReturnsSeeking AlphaThe prices of sin stocks are relatively depressed, and, therefore, have higher expected returns than otherwise comparable stocks – consistent with them being neglected by norm-constrained investors and facing greater... Read More..