Recent Insights

  • Islamic Investing 2.0: The Way Forward
    From the Yardarm, Saturna Capital - December 2020

    Traditional Islamic-compliant mutual funds have served Muslim investors well in the four decades since the first was launched in Malaysia. By fostering partnership in shared risk and reward (musharaka), and by allowing investors to diversify their assets while avoiding haram activities — typically alcohol, tobacco, gaming, financial services, pork processing, and pornography.

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  • 2020 Impact Report
    Amana Mutual Funds Trust, White Papers - December 2020

    Amid the turbulence of 2020 we are grateful for our clients’ support of the Amana Funds. In the spirit of continual improvement, this second annual Impact Report builds on the work we outlined in 2019. Specifically, we have added the Amana Developing World Fund to our coverage and included additional performance-based metrics.

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  • Saturna Capital Passes $5 Billion Mark
    News & Announcements - December 2020

    Fueled by new accounts and market appreciation, Saturna Capital’s assets topped the $5 billion mark on December 1. Saturna’s assets have been on a steady upward trend for the last year and the current milestone represents the culmination of years of dedication and perseverance.

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  • Episode 6: Entrepreneurship In Islam and Black Lives Matter
    Amana Mutual Funds Trust, Halal Money Matters - November 2020

    President of Linfield University and Amana Mutual Funds Trustee Dr. Miles Davis joins podcast hosts Christopher Patton and Monem to discuss entrepreneurship in Islam and the Black Lives Matter movement.

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  • Amana Mutual Funds Named Outstanding Corporation of 2020 by the American Muslim Community Foundation
    News & Announcements - November 2020

    Amana Mutual Funds Trust has received the Outstanding Corporation or Nonprofit Award from the American Muslim Community Foundation (“AMCF”).

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