Investing Resource Center
According to the Investment Company Institute, more than half of American households invest in mutual funds. However, many investors have invested without knowing the proper financial or Islamic ethical principles while others
have watched from the sidelines. With the Iman Fund, you won't have to endure the same fate. We believe that by professionally managing money at low costs, the Iman Fund may help you to achieve important goals such as
owning a new home, paying for your children's education, and preparing for retirement.
We want to share our enthusiasm, commitment, and investment expertise to help you reach your financial goals without compromising your faith. Your money is precious. Your faith is precious. We want to help you keep both intact by
enabling intelligent and ethical investment solutions.
It Pays to Start Early
Power of Compounding
Time is on the side of those who plan early. Everyday that you delay means a missed opportunity for your money to grow. Take this hypothetical situation, of twins. Fatima invests at age 25, contributing $3,000 each year for 15 years
and then ceases adding money to the account. Mustafa begins investing at age 35, contributing $3,000 each year for 30 years. We assume each earn a hypothetical return of 8% per year after expenses. The return shown is not
indicative of any particular investment. The resulting account values in the link below may just astound you. By age 65, Fatima has accumulated $200,000 more than Mustafa, although Mustafa invested three times that of Fatima.
The figures calculated are based on a hypothetical scenario. The performance shown is not indicative of any particular investment. Actual results will vary.
Mutual Fund Investing
Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.
Mutual Fund investing involves risk; principal loss is possible. The Fund invests in foreign securities which involve greater volatility and political, economic, and currency risks and differences in accounting methods. It is
possible that the Islamic Shari'ah restrictions placed on investments and reflected in the main investment strategies may result in the Fund not performing as well as mutual funds not subject to such restrictions.