The Fund seeks growth of capital while adhering to Islamic principles. The Iman Fund comprises investments that meet Islamic principles. Under the normal circumstances, the Fund invests its net assets in domestic and
foreign securities chosen by its Investment Advisor that meet Islamic principles. Islamic principles generally preclude investments in certain industries (e.g. alcohol, pornography and gambling) and investments in interest bearing
debt obligations or businesses that derive a substantial amount of interest income. Any uninvested cash will be held in non-interest bearing deposits or invested in manner following Islamic principles. Under normal circumstances, the
Fund plans to fully invest its assets in securities that meet Islamic principles.
Top 10 Holdings
Annual Report (Includes a categorical listing of our holdings)
Calculating Share Price
How to Purchase Shares
How to Sell Shares
Distribution & Taxes
Shareholder Reports & Confirmations
Individual Retirement Account
Coverdell Education Savings Account
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.