PSE Finds 3 More Shari’ah-compliant Securities in 1stQ 2022

Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) Plaza. (c) Business Mirror

By Mansoor Limba

As the country hopes to bounce back economically through its campaign for massive Covid-19 vaccination, the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) found 68 securities to be compliant with the principles of Islamic finance as of March 25, 2022, as indicated in PSE’s website. This number of Shari‘ah-compliant firms shows an increase of three more companies compared to the previous quarter’s list of 65.

Why I’m Currently Writing a Book about Shari‘ah-compliant Investing in the Stock Market

I was a typical guy. I was also a typical guy like you or most of you. On financial matters, I thought I had a ‘strong’ tawakkul (reliance on God).

Immediately after graduation from college with a bachelor’s degree in Islamic Studies Major in Islamic History, I was immediately hired by the university, thanks to having graduated as magna cum laude and the 1994 top graduate in the entire Mindanao State University System (with eight campuses across Mindanao).

How to Have Daily Luxury of Time for Reading(Part 2 of 2)

Aside from (1) visualizing the benefits you will get from reading and (2) setting an exclusive, regular date with your darling book, there are three other tips and tricks we can utilize in order to get that coveted ‘luxury of time’ for reading.

Let’s also deal with them one at a time.

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Next Books to Write and Translate

After getting feedback from you, my dear friends, readers, or members of the ElziStyle Books Family, last week and for which I’m truly grateful, here will be the next books to write or translate:

How to Have Daily ‘Luxury of Time’ for Reading (Part 1 of 2)

When I shared last January 31 the list of my first purchased books this year (https://muslimandmoney.com/my-first-books-in-2022), I received a comment from a Facebook friend, lamenting about her lack of time for reading:

“I wish I have that luxury of time to read relevant books.”

Perhaps thinking that I might have already read all the books on the list, another friend asked, “Very impressive list. You read in one month?”

Which Title Do You Want to Read First?

By Mansoor Limba

Al-hamdulillah, ‘MBAYUKA TANU! MAGUINDANAON BAYUK TRANSCRIPTION, TRANSLATION, AND ANNOTATION is now available for purchase in both paperback and eBook formats:

My First Books in 2022

By Mansoor Limba

Yes, it’s my first time to do such a share.

As a Muslim teacher, translator, and writer, I always need to make myself relevant in my profession. That is what we call ‘lifelong learning’.  

PSE Finds 45 Shari’ah-compliant Securities in 2021

Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE).

The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) found 45 securities to be consistently compliant with the principles of Islamic finance throughout the four quarters of 2021, as indicated in PSE’s website. This number of firms also shows an increase of five compared to last year’s 40 firms (see https://muslimandmoney.com/pse-finds-40-shariah-compliant-securities-in-2020).

PSE Finds 3 More Shari’ah-compliant Securities in 4thQ 2021

Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE).

As the country further intensifies its battle against the spread of the Covid-19 through its campaign for massive vaccination, the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) found 65 securities to be compliant with the principles of Islamic finance as of December 25, 2021, as indicated in PSE’s website. This number of Shari‘ah-compliant firms shows an increase of three more companies compared to the previous quarter’s list of 62.

PSE Finds 2 More Shari’ah-compliant Securities in 3rdQ 2021

Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE).

As the country continues to battle with the spread of the Covid-19 through its campaign for massive vaccination, the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) found 62 securities to be compliant with the principles of Islamic finance as of September 25, 2021, as indicated in PSE’s website. This number of Shari‘ah-compliant firms shows an increase of two more companies compared to the previous quarter’s list of 60.

PSE Finds 3 More Shari’ah-compliant Securities in 2ndQ 2021

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By Mansoor Limba

June 26, 2021

As the country is still battling with the spread of the Covid-19 through its campaign for massive vaccination, the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) found 60 securities to be compliant with the principles of Islamic finance as of June 25, 2021, as indicated in PSE’s website. This number of Shari‘ah-compliant firms shows an increase of three more companies compared to the previous quarter’s list of 57.

PSE Keeps 57 Shari’ah-compliant Securities in 1stQ 2021

Photographer: Veejay Villafranca/Bloomberg via Getty Images

By Mansoor Limba

March 26, 2021

After a year of nationwide Covid-19 lockdowns since mid-March last year, the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) found 57 securities to be compliant with the principles of Islamic finance as of March 25, 2021, as indicated in PSE’s website. This number of Shari‘ah-compliant firms shows the same number of companies compared to the previous quarter’s list.

PSE Finds 40 Shari’ah-compliant Securities in 2020

By Mansoor Limba

The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) found 40 securities to be consistently compliant with the principles of Islamic finance throughout the four quarters of 2020, as indicated in PSE’s website.

PSE Keeps 3 More Shari’ah-compliant Securities in 4thQ 2020

AFP PHOTO/TED ALJIBE

Notwithstanding the nation-wide Covid-19 lockdowns since mid-March this year, the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) found 57 securities to be compliant with the principles of Islamic finance as of December 25, 2020, as indicated in PSE’s website. This number of Shari‘ah-compliant firms shows an increase of three more firms compared to the third quarter list last September 25.

PSE Keeps 54 Shari’ah-compliant Securities Amidst Lockdowns

Ticker Board at the Trading Room of the Philippine Stock Exchange

As major cities around the country have been in Covid-19 lockdowns since mid-March this year, the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) found 54 securities to be compliant with the principles of Islamic finance as of September 25, 2020, as indicated in PSE’s website. This number of Shari‘ah-compliant firms shows an equal number of firms that were listed during the previous review.

PSE Finds 1 More Shari’ah-compliant Security Amidst Lockdowns

While major cities around the country are in lockdowns due to the CoViD-19 pandemic, the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) found 53 securities to be compliant with the principles of Islamic finance as of June 25, 2020, as indicated in PSE’s website. This number of Shari‘ah-compliant firms shows an increase of one firm, compared to the 52 firms that were listed during the previous review.

“Muslim and Debt” Now Published!

Mansoor Limba, “Muslim and Debt: 5 Practical Steps to Freedom from Debt” (ElziStyle.com, 2020).

What is lacking in both behavioral economics and personal finance is the role of the soul or spirituality which is a central theme in a monotheistic worldview. What constitutes a ‘rational’ economic behavior? What is the core element of psychological and behavioral aspects of an economic decision-making? Is it the ‘mind’? How about the notion of a ‘soul’? What is the ultimate goal of managing our personal finance? It is mere financial freedom?

My Top 3 Productivity Guides while on Quarantine

Q: What 3 books can you recommend me on productivity during this period of community quarantine?

A: Aside from pertinent religious texts and Brian Tracy’s classic “Time Management” (https://amzn.to/3c3JGrp), the following books are my top 3 productivity guides:

PSE Finds 4 More Shari’ah-compliant Securities

Amidst the height of CoViD-19 lockdowns and quarantine measures around the country, the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) found 52 securities to be compliant with the principles of Islamic finance as of March 25, 2020, as indicated in PSE’s website. This number of Shari‘ah-compliant firms shows an increase of four firms, compared to the 48 firms that were listed during the previous review.