Aussie Property Under Attack

The Port Phillip Publishing office is closed for the holidays. Until your Editors return on 2 January, we’ll be looking back at some of our ‘greatest hits’ for 2017.

Today’s article originally published on 21 June, looks at Australia’s sky-high property prices. A growing number of voices are calling for a crash, seemingly at any moment. But you may be surprised with your editor Shae’s conclusions.

Simply follow the link here to find it. Enjoy, and Happy Holidays!


Shae Russell started out in financial markets more than a decade ago. Working with a derivative brokering firm, she helped clients understand derivative markets, as well as teaching them the basics of technical analysis. Since joining Port Phillip Publishing eight years ago, Shae has worked across a number of publications. She holds the record for the highest-returning stock recommendation, in which a microcap stock returned over 1,200% in six months. Ask her about it, and she won’t stop yapping on. For the past two years, Shae has worked alongside Jim Rickards as his Australian analyst, translating global macro trends for Aussie investors, and how they can take advantage of these trends. Drawing on her extensive experience, Shae is the lead editor of Markets & Money. Each day, Shae looks at broad macro trends developing around the world, combining them with her distaste for central banks and irrational love of all things bullion.


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