Pengaruh Edukasi Investasi, Persepsi Return dan Persepsi Risiko terhadap Minat Berinvestasi Saham Syariah
This study aims to understand and analyze the effect of investment education, return perception and risk perception on investment interests in Islamic stocks. The population in this study were participants of the Islamic Capital Market School at IAIN Kudus 2020 with a sample of 50 respondents. Samples were taken using the random sampling method, and based on the Slovin formula. The questionnaire method was used for data collection in this study. The instrument trials were analyzed using validity and reliability tests. Data analysis techniques using descriptive statistical analysis, and inferential analysis consisting of multiple linear regression test, the coefficient of determination test, F test and t test. The results showed that investment education and perception of return did not significantly influence investment interest in Islamic stocks. Meanwhile, risk perception has a significant effect on interest in investing in Islamic stocks. Investment education, return perception, and risk perception are only independent variables that influence the interest of sharia stock investment (only 23.6%). That means there are still many other independent variables that can affect the interest in investing in Islamic stocks.
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