Selva Freigedo

Selva Freigedo is an analyst at Money Morning. She has a background in financial economics, but what makes Selva´s experiences different to many are the places she has lived and worked. Born in Argentina, she has also lived in Brazil, the US, Spain, and now Australia. She has seen up close many of the economic phenomena that worry Port Phillip Publishing readers, like hyperinflation, bank bail-ins and governments burdened with so much debt it cannot possibly be repaid.

Every week, she goes through each article, research note and recommendation produced by our experts around the world to give you information on how to build and protect your wealth. Selva packages the week’s best ideas into one easy to read report: Port Phillip Insider Extra.

Why Zip Co Is on a Tear This Week, Zip Share Price Up (ASX: ZIP)

Shares for Zip Co Ltd [ASX:Z1P] are up close to 16% since Monday this week. Zip Co released their FY19 results today. The company exceeded expectations logging in $1.1 billion worth of transactions and an 80% growth in customers. The company is also looking at going global. At the beginning of the week they announced the acquisition of PartPay for...

Bitcoin in 2019: Why Cryptos Are Hot Right Now

Crypto and bitcoin is starting to once again gain some attention. We are seeing a lot of turmoil in markets around the world. Some people are going into bitcoin when there is financial trouble. But there is something else that could be pushing people into bitcoin...

What the Mainstream Isn’t Telling You…

In investment, there is a tendency to think that the future is linear, that things won’t change. A predisposition to keep things comfortably the same and to project what’s already happened into the future.

Coffee Wars

Chinese aren’t big coffee drinkers. At least, not yet. Remember, the Chinese are traditionally tea drinkers. But interest for coffee in China is growing...find out why

What We Can Learn from Japan’s Property Market

Back in the 1980s, Japan went through a period of record low interest rates that fuelled an asset bubble to record highs…sound familiar? The bubble pushed the stock market and real estate prices to new heights…and then it burst in 1992. It was devastating.

Want a Pay Rise? Good Luck!

In 2019, Spain increased their minimum wage from €736 (around AUD 1,170) to €900 (around AUD 1,430). This is a 22% sudden salary jump. Will the increase spur spending which will then increase hiring and reduce unemployment…or will it create inflation and higher unemployment?
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