Konsep Investasi Menurut Ekonomi Syariah di Era Milenial
Keywords:Concept, Investment, Islamic Economics
The millennial era has brought about a paradigm shift in the understanding and execution of investments. This generation, born between 1981 and 1996, exhibits a stronger orientation toward ethics, sustainability, and the social impact of their investments. In this context, Islamic economics, based on Islamic principles, has become increasingly relevant. This academic article aims to deepen the understanding of the concept of investment according to Islamic economics in the millennial era, with a focus on aspects such as the Definition and Basics of Investment, Principles in Sharia Investment, and Limits and Rules of Investment in Islam. This study method falls into the category of literature review. In this article, it is found that investment in the context of Islamic economics in the millennial era involves the integration of basic investment principles with Islamic values. This includes the principle of "buy low and sell high," a good understanding of the investment object, asset growth potential, and Sharia principles such as halal, blessings, added value, and realism. Sharia-compliant investments seek not only financial gain but also spiritual blessings and social benefits. The principles of Islamic economics encourage fair, sustainable, and socially beneficial investments. This is relevant to the efforts of the capital market to attract millennials as Sharia-compliant investors committed to the principles of Islamic economics in their investments. By understanding and following these principles, investors can achieve profits in line with Islamic teachings and contribute to the well-being of society.
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