Shae Russell

Since starting out in the financial markets over a decade ago, Shae has extensive experience across various aspects of the industry. Shae cut her teeth in the derivatives industry, teaching clients basic trading techniques with technical analysis.

Joining Fat Tail Investment Research eight years ago, Shae has worked across a number of publications, such as Australian Small-Cap Investigator, Gold Stock Trader and Microcap Trader. She’s spent the past two years however, honing her macro analysis skills alongside Jim Rickards, showing Australians how to invest and profit form global macro trends.

Drawing on her extensive experience, Shae is a contributor to Money Morning, and lead editor of sister-publication Markets & Money, where she looks at broad macro trends developing around the world, combining them with her distaste for central banks and irrational love of all things bullion.

Gold: It Doesn’t Change, the Market Does

Dear Reader, Ask any old punter who’s been around in the markets a few decades, and I’m sure they’ve seen a couple of crashes. They know they happen. Their analysis tells them one’s looming… They create an investment strategy to…

How the Biggest Trend for 2020 Was Predictable in 2018

Just like 2018, politics and trade have weighed on stocks across the world. But, it wasn’t enough to stop the ASX from roaring higher this year. A result that has been at fascinating odds with some of the gloomy talk. Which brings us to perhaps the most bizarre turn of events this year: a boom in gold...

Bitcoin Goes Legit

This year Bitcoin will go mainstream. Bitcoin is rapidly becoming a legitimate alternative to the fiat dollars we have offered to us today.

The Analyst Who Cried Crash

I have no doubt that when Aussie property prices crash, it will be a specular fall. But right now, I can’t see that happening for a few more years yet.
Money Morning Australia