THE EFFECT OF SELF MOTIVATION BECOME AN INVESTORS IN SHARIA CAPITAL MARKETS

Abstract
This research is motivated by the phenomenon of the still low level of public literacy about investment in the Islamic capital market. Therefore, the Indonesia Stock Exchange continues to educate and socialize the capital market to attract the interest of the general public to students. Gradual education is expected to build people’s motivation to invest and become investors in the Islamic capital market. This research is the development of knowledge from previous studies. The research method used in this research is purposive sampling method. The population in this study were all students of the Pontianak State Islamic Institute, with 100 respondents as the sample. The results of this study prove that (1) the results of the t test prove that intrinsic motivation partially has a significant effect on student interest in becoming investors in the sharia capital market, this is evidenced by the t value of 4.490>t table which is 1.66 and the significant level below 0.05 that is equal to 0,000. (2) The results of the t test prove that extrinsic motivation partially has no significant effect on the interest of students to become investors in the sharia capital market, this is evidenced by the value of t count at 2.29>t table which is 1.66 and the significant level above 0.05 is equal to 0.017. (3) F test results prove that the independent variable has an influence on the dependent variable. This is evidenced by the value of sig. A total of 0,000 is less than 0.05.

Authors
Muhammad Syaifullah, Mita Aprianti
IAIN Pontianak, Indonesia

Keywords
Interest, Intrinsic Motivation, Extrinsic Motivation, and Sharia Capital Market
Published By :
ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Management Studies
( Volume: 5 , Issue: 1 )
Date of Publication :
February 2019
DOI :

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