Sam Rines

Published on
June 24th, 2015
23 minutes

Sam Rines

Think Piece ·
Featuring Samuel Rines

Published on: June 24th, 2015 • Duration: 23 minutes

Sam Rines, Economist and Equity Analyst at Chilton Capital Management, returns to Real Vision to focus on the U.S. labor market, discussing the contestability of jobs, Yellen's prerogative for interest rate decisions, and the shale boom's effect on the Texas oil industry.


  • SR
    Sam R.
    25 July 2015 @ 01:48
    Thanks for all the comments. Feel free to reach out on Twitter with any further questions or comments. @samuelrines.
  • JU
    Joshua U.
    28 June 2015 @ 01:31
    Loved the caption: "weird millennials"! If and when rent growth levels or rolls over, this could cause a decent headwind. Getting that demographic right would go a long way in US trend trading.
  • TJ
    Terry J.
    26 June 2015 @ 16:21
    Invaluable insights on US jobs, US shale oil and the Greek Eurozone saga.
  • JR
    Jon R.
    26 June 2015 @ 05:54
    He's spot on re: the US finding it's niche in the global labor pool. As Burbank noted in The Chain interview it's main advantage right now is management; we are clearly seeing that in the SaaS world.
  • RA
    Robert A.
    26 June 2015 @ 00:37
    So......let me get this straight.....does this Lender of Last Resort thingy mean that the Fed has to pay the Pensions of Illinois/Chicago if they can't get paid otherwise?
  • RA
    Robert A.
    26 June 2015 @ 00:35
    So that's what I've been feeling!....."a disenfranchised Public" complete with National Healthcare whether I want it or not to boot.
  • BL
    Bruce L.
    25 June 2015 @ 21:49
    very succinct description of ecb/german/greek interplay
  • DM
    Daniel M.
    25 June 2015 @ 12:17
    Actually i thought it was a great expression of labor market issues and why pushing the zirp lever or QE doesn't address challenging reality of breadwinner jobs not returning. Great big pic thinking
  • JS
    John S.
    24 June 2015 @ 21:56
    Interesting insights into the Greece/ECB dynamic
  • RP
    Richard P.
    24 June 2015 @ 20:27
    Not much insight in this interview. Guy is too young with little experience - plenty of education (talk the talk), but lacks the insight/ knowledge that comes from first hand /in the trench warfare.
  • db
    don b.
    24 June 2015 @ 18:48
    Interesting that Palladium has sold off from $910 to $692 in the last 10 months. We'll see if that is foreshadowing a worldwide drop in auto sales.
  • db
    don b.
    24 June 2015 @ 17:19
    Nice interview guys.