the only thing sharia covers in financial disputes is the following: Women get a lot less during an inheritance. You can not invest your money, you can only constatly gamble it away regardless of your age or existing wealth. If you rob some money, 20% has to go to Rasool allah (and now his khalifa), and the khalifa has to spend 20% on charity, 20% of his family (only 20%?) and he gets to keep 60% to himself.
Can someone plz point to me what else i missed as far as sharia and money?
What do you mean "gamble it away"?
You can not store your money in a fund where the interest is pre-agreed upon. The only type of funds where the interest is not pre-determined is stocks or playing a casino in Las Vegas. Young people are advised to have 30% of their money locked in 'safe investments', as you get older, your potential to recover from bad financial adventures become smaller, so you are advised to have more and more of your money into safe funds, eventually only 10% could be gambled away. If you even want to gamble that is.
Under Sharia, all your money, is put at risk, all the time. What muslim banks do is offer the nudge nudge wink wink fund where they do not promise you a return on investment but 'almost' guarantee you a similar result as the previous year.
Such a system will work great for short-term 'take away the money and run banks' as the bank does not need to offer any types of guarantees. Think the disaster that happened in the US house banking this year, and apply it to islamic paradises' banks every 5-7 years.