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Click here to learn more about Wahed's assumptions and projections. Actual performance may be better or worse than predictions included herein, which are assumed rates of returns based on historical performance and are for illustration purposes only. Diversified portfolios and asset allocation do not guarantee profit or protect against loss.
Values shown are net of Wahed fees.
*For illustrative purposes only. Click here to learn more about Wahed's assumptions and projections. Actual performance may be better or worse than predictions included herein, which are assumed rates of returns based on historical performance and are for illustration purposes only. Diversified portfolios and asset allocation do not guarantee profit or protection against loss.
Source: Bloomberg. Values shown are net of Wahed fees, which are assumed to be 0.79% Where historical performance history is limited for funds, similar indices are used as a proxy to illustrate performance. You cannot invest directly in an index.
Performance information is presented net of all management fees, commissions and expenses unless indicated otherwise. For all periods, the performance information includes the reinvestment of dividends and interest unless otherwise noted.
Projected or hypothetical performance is intended to show only an expected range of possible investment outcomes based on historical average returns and a standard deviation of each investment type contained in the investment plan recommended by Wahed’s, but does not take into consideration the effect of taxes, changing risk profiles or future investment decisions. Projected and hypothetical performance does not represent actual accounts or actual trades and may not reflect the effect of material economic and market factors.
Any comparisons to indices are provided for illustrative purposes only. An index is a broadly diversified, unmanaged group of securities, which may include only large reporting issuers or issuances of a certain size. Broadly based indices may be shown only as an indication of the general performance of the financial markets during the periods indicated.Because of the differences between the client allocations and any indices shown, Wahed cautions investors that no index is directly comparable to the performance shown since each index has its own unique results and volatility, and such indices, if shown, should not be relied upon as an accurate comparison.
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The FTSE Global Equity Shariah Index Series has been designed to be used as the basis of Shariah compliant investment products that meet the requirements of Islamic investors globally. A milestone for the Shariah-compliant investing space, our fund is now publicly available. This fund tracks the FTSE Shariah USA Index.
The Dow Jones Islamic World ETF provides investors with access to international, ex-U.S. investments that seek to better align with their values. The new fund expands our screening beyond Shariah-compliant or halal constituents by also filtering based on environmental, social, and governance factors.
The essence of Sukuk is to provide Ethical compliant instruments for investments which do not involve interest and excess uncertainty. It is a primacy of equity financing. The Sukuk holder has an ownership on the underlying asset which is entitled for revenues generated from the Sukuk asset unlike the bondholder who is eligible to receive interest payments by the bond issuer. The Sukuk limits the value of debt to that of the underlying. It must be asset backed or asset based and interest free.
Commodities as an asset class have had historically low correlation with stocks and bonds. We have included gold to represent this asset class. Gold provides the potential for long-term capital appreciation and acts as an inflation hedge. The gold ETF included in our portfolio effectively captures the price volatility of gold in the spot market, thereby generating a return that is similar to the returns in the spot market.