Islamic laws embedded all aspects of Muslim's life through the complete guide of Quran and Sunnah, where each one has to deal with what Islam says in each perspectives or fields, be it in social or scientific or economical level, the Islamic rules and regulations are well known and crystal clear and each Muslims are obliged to follow that particular conditions set by Islam and perform their actions accordingly. Do you know the reason why most of the people struggle to live a full of life throughout his or her life? Do you know what is the only thing, the Almighty would not interfere in it on judgment day? Do you know what the most crucial part of the Islamic laws prescribed about? All does matters financial properties and commercial wellness.

As for the stock marketing, Here is to discuss Islamic concepts about all the compounds of stock marketing such as long term investment, intraday (day trade), option, future, commodity trades, and so on
There are two Indian stock exchanges:
1) BSE- Bombay Exchange
2} NSE- National Stock Exchange 
All depository companies are registered with stock exchanges, we can get stocks through brokers such as Zerodha, stock and so on, there are more brokers registered with SEBI, you can open a trading and Demat account of any broker so you can invest, this is a brief note of stock market, this article will be useful for traders who acquired adequate knowledge about Indian stock market.
1) Long term investment (long delivery, CNC ) is halal or haram?
Equity delivery or delivery based trading is one of the ways you can trade in the share market. In this trade, you buy some shares, and hold them for a long or short time as long as you want in your Demat account. You have complete ownership of the stocks you buy and can wait for an opportune moment to sell them at a good profit.
It is generally accepted that buying stocks through delivery for the long term is not haram. This is because you are simply owning a percentage in a business either it is profit or loss. However, you do need to be sure the company is not dealing in an un-Islamic manner. Companies like Guinness (alcohol) and Ladbrokes (gambling), for example, would not be allowed.
You can divide all companies in the stock market into three categories:
Companies which earn from permissible practices Islam – Shipping, manufacturing, clothing, medical equipment, real estate, tools, furniture, supplies and so on are all free from haram practices or transactions, such as cheating and borrowing based on Riba (unjustified lending). These companies are also known as clean and good companies. So buying stocks of such good companies is permissible
Companies which earn from prohibited practices in Islam – Any company that deals in tourism, alcohol, hotels, nightclubs, pornographic materials, Riba-based banks, commercial insurance companies, etc, is not permissible. In these circumstances the buying stock is haram.
Companies which involved partly with haram practices – When the majority of the work may be permissible, some practices are haram, for example, transportation companies, companies who hold interest based-bank accounts and are often financed by riba-based loans, or individuals through stocks. These types of companies are known as ‘mixed’ companies. There is high chance of not getting rid of haram and it is likely to be haram. So, you better to avoid these companies
In this case, the easiest decision is to avoid buying and selling shares in the stock market at all.  Some scholars say that you can do invest in such companies with a condition that after issuing a balance sheet, you can find how much percentage a company earn from prohibited practices and you have to reduce that percentage from your profit by spending that on poor people. Some scholars say that there remains some wriggle room in some cases, you may still be able to trade and remain halal...
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