Rain on Your Parade

Published on
January 7th, 2015
9 minutes

Hoping for Sunshine. Planning for Rain. – The Rainmaker

Rain on Your Parade

Presentations ·
Featuring Alejandro Reyes

Published on: January 7th, 2015 • Duration: 9 minutes

The Rainmaker Alejandro Reyes is back to preview 2015 and share some of his top themes for the year, with insights into the future of oil, the Fed, and Treasury bonds.


  • SR
    Sam R.
    11 January 2015 @ 14:22
    He sounds too much like all the other "geniuses" that pop up whenever the market is up for a while. I'd like to see his clients after the eventual crash.
  • KF
    Kieran F.
    8 January 2015 @ 19:01
    "Let's talk about beer." Has now got my full attention!
  • HL
    Henry L.
    8 January 2015 @ 12:53
    Alejandro god bless your soul!!!
  • AA
    ALI A.
    8 January 2015 @ 09:21
    Interesting as they are, these are macro trade ideas without any rationale, just dogma (dont short treasuries, ride the dollar trends, short small caps) - would be helpful to know rationale for each
  • ac
    adam c.
    7 January 2015 @ 22:14
    Collateral (commodities driven by oil), are an issue with China and carry-trades. 1/13 WTI spread - not o/sold - 33-35 very possible. Off-risk looming.
  • RR
    Russell R.
    7 January 2015 @ 19:19
    Love this guy! We want more Rainmaker!
  • CS
    Clive S.
    7 January 2015 @ 17:52
    Very cool. Informative and made me laugh. Many thanks!
  • EO
    Ernesto O.
    7 January 2015 @ 17:34
    Alejandro . You are the man. Best of all. He has proved to be right.
  • DN
    David N.
    7 January 2015 @ 17:04
    The Rainmaker is killing it! That is one well deserved beer Alejandro. If you haven't haven't joined the party yet - come on in. There is still plenty to drink and lots of high-fives to go around
  • JH
    John H.
    7 January 2015 @ 16:43
    nice touch with the mug of beer.
  • CV
    Charles V.
    7 January 2015 @ 15:24
    This guy rocks!
  • KA
    Kelly A.
    7 January 2015 @ 13:55
    Alejandro, you da man! Thanks for keeping me safe and for making me smarter. Be sure to tell us when it is safe to go back into S&P ETFs.