Makmum Masbuk, Al Fatihah Belum Lengkap, Apa Sudah Dihitung 1 Rakaat

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Trading is an active style of participating in the financial markets that seeks to outperform traditional buy-and-hold investing. Rather than trying to profit from long-term uptrends in the markets, traders look for short-term price moves to profit in both rising and falling markets.As a trader, one of the most important things you can do to improve your chances of success is to approach trading as a business. A successful trading business requires a strategic plan that covers your actual business and your actual trading. Your business plan will include things like short and long-term goals, the amount of capital you have available for the business and how you will set up your office. Your trading plan includes the details of trading: what you will trade and how you will trade it. Your plan should be so objective and concise that you could hand it over to another trader and they would be able to execute it exactly.It’s important to understand that your trading plan is not simply a set of rules that you think will work, a list of set-ups that you are somehow fond of, or someone else’s plan. A good trading plan is one that you have researched, tested on historical data, tested in a live market and continue to evaluate at regular intervals.Successful trading involves more than reading a few articles or books, and you should plan on devoting a substantial amount of time and effort before ever placing a trade in a live market. This can be difficult because most new traders are anxious to get in the market. While the research and time commitments may sound daunting, they're a realistic and integral part of becoming a profitable, independent trader.This tutorial serves as an introduction to help you get started trading. For more information, be sure to check out part two of our series, which covers more advanced topics including charting, leverage, risk and strategy automation. Many people who become interested in trading are first introduced to the financial markets through investing.The purpose of investing is to build wealth slowly over time, and this is typically accomplished through a buy-and-hold approach: making investments – such as in a stock, ETF or mutual fund – and allowing price to fluctuate over time. Investors “ride out” the inevitable downtrends with the expectation that prices will eventually rebound and rise over the long-term.After years or decades, the investment will, in many cases, increase in value and provide positive returns for the investor. Long-term returns can be further amplified by compounding through the reinvestment of profits and dividends. Investments are often viewed as a means of building wealth to provide stability and income during the retirement years.While investments are typically held for a period of years or even decades, traders buy and sell stocks, commodities, currency pairs and various other investment vehicles with the intention of generating returns that outperform a buy-and-hold strategy. Trading profits are viewed as income since profits are “taken off the table” on a regular basis (as opposed to investing, where positions are generally left alone for the long haul).Trading profits are achieved through buying low and selling high – and selling high and buying (to cover) low, in the case of short selling – and all trades are entered and exited within a relatively short period of time. This time period can vary from a few seconds to months or even years, depending on the trader’s style. The following chart lists the four primary trading styles - position, swing, day and scalp – with the corresponding time frames and holding periods for each.
Trading is an active style of participating in the financial markets that seeks to outperform traditional buy-and-hold investing. Rather than trying to profit from long-term uptrends in the markets, traders look for short-term price moves to profit in both rising and falling markets.As a trader, one of the most important things you can do to improve your chances of success is to approach trading as a business. A successful trading business requires a strategic plan that covers your actual business and your actual trading. Your business plan will include things like short and long-term goals, the amount of capital you have available for the business and how you will set up your office. Your trading plan includes the details of trading: what you will trade and how you will trade it. Your plan should be so objective and concise that you could hand it over to another trader and they would be able to execute it exactly.It’s important to understand that your trading plan is not simply a set of rules that you think will work, a list of set-ups that you are somehow fond of, or someone else’s plan. A good trading plan is one that you have researched, tested on historical data, tested in a live market and continue to evaluate at regular intervals.Successful trading involves more than reading a few articles or books, and you should plan on devoting a substantial amount of time and effort before ever placing a trade in a live market. This can be difficult because most new traders are anxious to get in the market. While the research and time commitments may sound daunting, they're a realistic and integral part of becoming a profitable, independent trader.This tutorial serves as an introduction to help you get started trading. For more information, be sure to check out part two of our series, which covers more advanced topics including charting, leverage, risk and strategy automation. Many people who become interested in trading are first introduced to the financial markets through investing.The purpose of investing is to build wealth slowly over time, and this is typically accomplished through a buy-and-hold approach: making investments – such as in a stock, ETF or mutual fund – and allowing price to fluctuate over time. Investors “ride out” the inevitable downtrends with the expectation that prices will eventually rebound and rise over the long-term.After years or decades, the investment will, in many cases, increase in value and provide positive returns for the investor. Long-term returns can be further amplified by compounding through the reinvestment of profits and dividends. Investments are often viewed as a means of building wealth to provide stability and income during the retirement years.While investments are typically held for a period of years or even decades, traders buy and sell stocks, commodities, currency pairs and various other investment vehicles with the intention of generating returns that outperform a buy-and-hold strategy. Trading profits are viewed as income since profits are “taken off the table” on a regular basis (as opposed to investing, where positions are generally left alone for the long haul).Trading profits are achieved through buying low and selling high – and selling high and buying (to cover) low, in the case of short selling – and all trades are entered and exited within a relatively short period of time. This time period can vary from a few seconds to months or even years, depending on the trader’s style. The following chart lists the four primary trading styles - position, swing, day and scalp – with the corresponding time frames and holding periods for each.


Kalau Anda menjadi makmum masbuk pas imam sedang rukuk, apa yang Anda lakukan selama ini?

Langsung ikut shalat? Atau menunggu satu rakaat selesai…?

Begini yang benar….

TANYA: Jika saya terlambat memasuki shaff pada shalat jama’ah pada saat imam sedang ruku’, lalu saya langsung ikut ruku’ bersamanya, maka apakah yang demikian itu dianggap satu raka’at? Padahal saya belum membaca surat Al Fatihah.

JAWAB: Kami kutip sepenuhnya dari islamqa.ca, barang siapa yang mendapati imam ruku’, lalu dia ikut ruku’ bersamanya, maka hal itu dianggap satu raka’at menurut jumhur ulama, meskipun ia belum membaca surat Al Fatihah, sebagaimana yang telah diriwayatkan oleh imam Bukhori (750) dari Abu Bakrah bahwa dia mendapati Rasulullah –shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam- sedang ruku’, kemudian ia ikut ruku’ bersama Nabi sebelum memasuki shaff, lalu hal itu dilaporkan kepada Nabi –shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam-, maka beliau bersabda:

” زادك الله حرصا ولا تعد “.
“Semoga Allah menambahkan keseriusanmu, namun janganlah diulangi.”

Telah diriwayatkan dengan riwayat yang shahih dari Ibnu Mas’ud –radhiyallahu ‘anhu- berkata:

” من لم يدرك الإمام راكعا لم يدرك تلك الركعة ” أخرجه البيهقي ، وصححه الألباني في إرواء الغليل 2/262

“Barang siapa yang tidak mendapati imam dalam keadaan ruku’, maka ia tidak mendapatkan raka’at tersebut,” (HR. Al Baihaqi dan dishahihkan oleh Albani dalam Irwaul Ghalil: 2/262).

Ibnu Umar berkata: “Barang siapa yang mendapati imam sedang ruku’, maka dia ikut ruku’ sebelum imam mengangkat kepalanya, maka dia telah mendapatkan satu rakaat,” (HR. Baihaqi dan dishahihkan oleh Albani dalam Irwaul Ghalil: 2/263).

Disebutkan riwayat yang serupa dari Abu Bakar ash Shiddiq, Zaid bin Tsabit, dan Abdullah bin Zubair. (Baca Irwaul Ghalil: 2/264)