About the Course
“Welcome … Objectives … Discussion Forum and Interaction”
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- In this course, you will learn about different types of Islamic financial markets, and their key features and principles.
- As a learner in this course, you’re not required to have a previous knowledge about Islamic finance and capital markets.
- We’ll start our first week with introductory concepts which will include the fundamentals of Islamic finance, and the structural issues in Islamic equity markets.
- In the second week, we will start by an introduction to Islamic financial markets and sukuk.
- Then Islamic inter-bank money market, and then we cover Islamic for ward and foreign exchange markets.
- In the third week, we shall cover how to choose stocks for Islamic equity funds, then growth and challenges of Islamic equity funds.
- Then we cover real estate, investment trust and finally we end the week by covering Islamic commodity and hedge funds.
- In the fourth week, we cover market structure and the regulatory and legislative framework.
About the Course > Discussion Forum and Interaction > Discussion Forum V1
- In other cases, the different modules in the course will be divided into separate sections centered around a common topic.
- Second, you can find posts by searching for keywords.
- Click on magnifying glass to do so, and type in a keyword.
- If we type the word “Hello” and click enter, we can find all the posts with the word hello.
- Finally, you may sort by date, here, through recent activity.
- You can sort by most comments, through most activity, or by most votes within a specific post.
- You have the ability to up-vote a post, which means to move up on the forum list, so other people will see.
- Will also have the ability to follow certain posts if you would like to receive updates.
- In terms of what posts are shown, you can select, “show all, ” “show and read posts ” or just “show unanswered posts.
- That is how you search for the posts.
About the Course > Discussion Forum and Interaction > Discussion Forum V2
- Is your post a discussion in which you would like to engage other participants? Or, is it a question for which you would like an answer? Select either “question” or “discussion” to indicate the purpose of your post.
- Choose from topics about different parts of the course, or select “general” for broader questions and discussion topics.
- One note, for technical questions, we highly encourage that you do not post these in the forum but instead consult FAQ top level banner tab, right here.
- Third, choose a clear and specific title for your post.
- If you have a question about something mentioned in Knowledge Check 1 tag, tag in your post title “KC1” and then title your question appropriately.
- ” Here you can see that I have posted a discussion topic that I am now following and that other participants can respond to.
About the Course > Discussion Forum and Interaction > Discussion Forum V3
- The second way to post the course is through the course ware itself.
- Within the course, we have posted discussion elements under certain videos, questions or activities.
- If you would like to post a new post, click ‘New Post’ and then specify question or discussion.
- If you would like the staff to look at your post and respond to it, you want to tag the word ‘staff’, and then ask your question.
- If you have a question on KC2 or knowledge Check 2, ask your question here and then click ‘Add Post.’ The course staff will do their best to monitor the forum and respond to post that we believe cannot answer by your fellow participants.
- If after a few days, your post has not been addressed or you are still unsure about your question, repost with the ‘staff’ tag.
- Second, p lease allow us 48 to 72 hours to respond to your post.