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  • shairazi
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    Originally posted by Musbah View Post

    Then your intention goes from trying to make a profit that could be questionable to doing it out of necessity. It's best to ask a scholar.
    Okay. Thanks.
    How do I speak to a scholar?

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  • Musbah
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    Originally posted by shairazi View Post

    Makes sense.
    Hmm..
    okay letís say the situation is different.
    In the future, I need to sell gold to fiat as I urgently need the money. How about this?
    Then your intention goes from trying to make a profit that could be questionable to doing it out of necessity. It's best to ask a scholar.

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  • shairazi
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    Originally posted by Musbah View Post
    You are buying gold to keep it as an investment but it is also a hedge against inflation and to preserve savings. My advice to you is to keep that gold and not sell it off in exchange for any type of fiat currency that is more likely to collapse in an economic downfall that gold ever will. Gold has stood the test of time as a currency and has intrinsic value whereas paper currency has always collapsed. But if your intention is to sell it down the road thinking it will appreciate then I don't know if this is considered a speculative transaction that is haram.
    Makes sense.
    Hmm..
    okay letís say the situation is different.
    In the future, I need to sell gold to fiat as I urgently need the money. How about this?

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  • shairazi
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    Originally posted by Musbah View Post
    Also, don't forget that you will have to pay zakat every year on the gold that you own.
    Oh yar this too. Thanks!

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  • Musbah
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    Also, don't forget that you will have to pay zakat every year on the gold that you own.

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  • Musbah
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    You are buying gold to keep it as an investment but it is also a hedge against inflation and to preserve savings. My advice to you is to keep that gold and not sell it off in exchange for any type of fiat currency that is more likely to collapse in an economic downfall that gold ever will. Gold has stood the test of time as a currency and has intrinsic value whereas paper currency has always collapsed. But if your intention is to sell it down the road thinking it will appreciate then I don't know if this is considered a speculative transaction that is haram.

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