V Questions with Samuel Rines

Published on
19 May, 2015
Topic
US Economy, Monetary policy
Duration
3 minutes

V Questions with Samuel Rines

Featuring Sam Rines

Sam Rines, Economist and Equity Analyst at Chilton Capital in Houston TX, works through Real Vision’s V Questions.

Published on
19 May, 2015
Topic
US Economy, Monetary policy
Duration
3 minutes
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  • NS

    Nico S.

    4 10 2015 21:50

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    Not a very insightful interview. No depth or breadth and basically no backing for his trade ideas. Next...

  • JA

    Jack A.

    11 7 2015 08:31

    1       0

    Love the last comment. Would like to hear a more in depth interview with him where he can explain his thinking.

  • WW

    Worth W.

    12 6 2015 03:59

    2       0

    For the record, Sam just played a BIG role in forcing the management change at Twitter.

    http://www.wsj.com/articles/twitter-ceo-costolo-stepping-down-1434053738

  • JP

    Joseph P.

    31 5 2015 13:23

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    Manure and Shineola would have made things much better here. (nothing personal as I assume he is a nice guy)

  • CR

    Corey R.

    25 5 2015 05:51

    1       0

    Im sure his LNKD and TWTR positions are hedged with some TSLA calls.

  • SS

    Stewart S.

    25 5 2015 01:44

    0       0

    Problem listening to him. Was unable to activate

  • rs

    ravi s.

    24 5 2015 01:22

    1       0

    Made his point in 2 mins:
    1) buy long bond on dips
    2) oil related job loss still to show up
    3) to make big money be ready to take big risk

  • RB

    Roy B.

    22 5 2015 21:49

    3       1

    Not the level of substantive comment we've come to expect here.

  • MB

    Martin B.

    22 5 2015 08:28

    1       1

    Is this what happens when one drinks too much Koolaid? Is there any substance to support any merit in: Linked-in; Twitter; US oil?

    Lack of any real vision.

  • bp

    bart p.

    20 5 2015 13:09

    4       1

    I'm sure he's a very smart and well reasoned person, but I would like to see him elaborate more on his answers. 2 and a half minute is very, very short.

  • SO

    Simon O.

    20 5 2015 12:46

    7       2

    Just because he doesn't prattle on does not mean he doesn't know what he is talking about. Last point on concentration was well made.

  • jS

    jurgen S.

    20 5 2015 09:26

    6       1

    Might've been beneficial if Sam actual watched a few of his peers being interviewed prior to being asked the same questions.

  • sp

    shashwat p.

    20 5 2015 08:46

    2       1

    Note to self: check if this guy is still around in 1 year

  • WW

    Worth W.

    19 5 2015 23:13

    17       4

    Sam is a brilliant economist & strong growth equity manager. Texas Teachers identified him last year as a top emerging manager. Would have liked to hear more of his thinking behind each answer though.

  • JS

    John S.

    19 5 2015 22:47

    3       1

    2 mins long!

  • MS

    Michiel S.

    19 5 2015 18:55

    3       1

    Real Vision?

  • AM

    Andy M.

    19 5 2015 17:56

    3       0

    My previous comment may have been unfair. I felt that his analysis seemed to lack some of the variant views that are expressed by a lot of contributors. His thoughts seem more mainstream Wall Street

  • CC

    Christopher C.

    19 5 2015 17:42

    5       0

    Perhaps not yet on top of his game. We were all young once. :-)

  • AM

    Andy M.

    19 5 2015 16:07

    4       1

    Remind me never to put my money in his fund