The growing awareness of, and demand, for investing in accordance to Islamic principles on a global scale has created a flourishing interest in Islamic investing, a trend enhanced by the increasing wealth in the hands of Muslims worldwide who are actively involved in corporate, investment and business activities. A Guide to Islamic Investing is the first book dedicated to showing investors the range of Islamic investments out there, and how to invest in them. Beginning with a brief introduction to the tenets of Islamic finance and structure of the capital markets, the book looks at the different asset classes available to investors, covering Islamic Equities and Exchange Traded Funds (ETF?s), bonds, commodities, derivatives and real estate, and how they differ from their Western counterparts. As well as covering all key asset classes, the book will also cover the basics of Islamic portfolio theory, and at the wholesale and retail markets open to investors. The book will also feature a number of case studies which illustrate how the markets operate in practice.