Why halal ETFs like HLAL and SPUS have low volume? Does it imply that halal ETFs are generally difficult to sell? Also, does it mean that conventional ETFs such as VOO-Vanguard S&P 500 are by-far more in demand than any halal ETFs?
I think @hkirefu might have an answer here.
SPUS has a median daily volume of 36,658 shares as of this writing. It received a tradability score of 94 by FactSheet out of 100. It is by no means difficult to buy or sell.
Plus you can always use a limit order to make sure that you are getting a reasonable price.