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Robo Advisors: The New Way to Make Halal Investments

Halal investment company Wahed Invest have prepared an easy to understand info graphic showing the differences between traditional financial advisers and automated investment platforms known as Robo Advisors.

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Wahed Invest LLC. is registered as an investment adviser with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Registration does not imply a certain level of skill or training. Custodial and brokerage services are provided by Apex Clearing Corporation, member of New York Stock Exchange, FINRA and SIPC. Any returns generated in the past are no indication of future returns. All securities involve some risk and may result in loss. This is not an offer, solicitation, or advice to buy or sell securities in jurisdictions where Wahed Invest is not registered. All opinions and results included in this publication constitute Wahed Invest’s judgment as of the date of this publication and are subject to change without notice. This article was produced for Ilm Feed as part of a promotional package for Wahed.

Written by IlmFeed

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