Investment and its strategies

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Investment and its strategies
In this section, we will discuss the investment, its strategies, and how to measure the performance of listed companies. The investment risks and strategies that can limit these risks, how to make investment decisions, avoid mistakes and benefit from the opportunities and benefits offered by the investment process as a whole will also be addressed.
Investment overview:
Why do we invest?
Good investment over time may help raise the investor’s money. For example, by investing:
Wealth Development.
Income generation.
• Achieving short and medium term goals, such as buying a new computer, a new car, or so.
Achieving long-term goals such as buying a new home or securing your future after retirement.

Available tools for investing in the financial market:
It is investments that give its owner a stake or ownership in a particular company, and the individual becomes a shareholder in a company by owning shares in it, which qualifies him to be a participant in its success or financial failure. Usually, the investor chooses to invest in the share of a company because he expects a future improvement in its price, or because he hopes to distribute part of its profits to its shareholders. Shares whose value is expected to increase over time are called “growth stocks”, while shares that distribute regular dividends to their shareholders are called “dividend shares”.
An investor can invest in stocks in both the main market and the parallel market growth, knowing that Nomu is a parallel market for the main market that has fewer listing requirements, and is an alternative platform for companies wishing to list. Investing in the main market is available to all types of investors, but the investment growth is for qualified investors only.
Mutual funds
It is an investment portfolio managed by the fund manager, which aims to provide an opportunity for investors in it to collectively participate in the fund’s profits against a set fee.
One of the advantages of investment funds is that they are managed by specialists in wealth management.
Sukuk and bonds
They are financing tools used by governments, companies and institutions to provide the necessary liquidity to finance their projects at a relatively low cost, and these instruments and bonds provide protection to the portfolios of investors by providing investment instruments with lower risks and a safe periodic return.
These are investment funds that consist of a basket of shares of listed companies, that are traded on the stock market during trading periods, such as trading shares of companies. It is mainly characterized by its transparency, where these funds always follow the movement of indicators and their investments coincide with the components of these indicators, thus it is easy for owners of units of these funds to know the performance of these funds through the performance of indicators that they follow or simulate.
They are real estate investment funds available to the public, whose units are traded on the stock market during trading periods such as trading in corporate stocks, known globally as the term “RET or RITS”, and aims to facilitate investment in the real estate sector developed and ready for use that generates periodic income.

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