Hello my friends -
At last, it's Saturday morning!. It's hard to believe, but blanket weather is already here in upper Westchester. For those of you lucky enough to escape New York City on the weekends, you know exactly what I'm talking about. Somehow, the air is just crisper here. The silence is welcome after a hectic week on NYC's streets, subways and such.

I have a weekend routine which includes coffee, my front porch, my two golden retrievers and a breathtaking view of Bear Mountain. Deep Breath. Exhale. I'm sure you have your routine this morning and I hope you'll work in watching some of our videos. Unwind and Rewind with some of our video highlights.

The signs of fall are sneaking up on us everywhere. The leaves are starting to drop and my view of the mountain is getting more and more spectacular. But this Saturday is proving difficult to enjoy my few moments of solitude before the children wake up. Instead, my thoughts are focused on friends and family living in South Florida. I grew up down there and covered, chased and experienced my share of hurricanes. As a young Executive Producer of Miami's coverage of Hurricane Andrew with fellow Executive Producer Mark Angotti and meteorologist Bryan Norcross... I know all too well what a storm like this can do. Hurricane Irma is another monster and it's expected to make landfall in the U.S. this weekend. TheStreet's special report breaks down everything you need to know, from how to prepare for the storm to how major corporations will be impacted to stealthy stock opportunities.

Carly Fiorina on Not Running For Senate (TheStreet Exclusive)

It was an exciting week at the offices of TheStreet. Former GOP Presidential Candidate Carly Fiorina visited us across from NYSE at 14 WallStreet. Fiorina sat down exclusively with reporter Tracy Byrnes. She reveals why she won't run for Senate. She also discusses the lack of leadership in Washington, term limits, tax reforms, North Korea, gender parity and more.

The in-depth conversation is all part of our #AlphaRising series which has had revealing interviews with so many powerful and groundbreaking women like Anu Aiyengar, head of JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s (JPM - Get Report) North American M&A group, Former Playboy CEO Christie Hefner and Children's Place CEO Jane Elfers.

Trading Strategies for September
With Labor Day behind us, it's time to set our Trading Strategies for September and the rest of 2017. TheStreet reporters have everything you need to make your portfolio rise this fall. Contributor has a rundown of his favorite plays for the month and the rest of 2017. Apple, Alphabet and Nvidia are just a few of his picks. His best advice? "Stay diversified across equity, debt, precious metals and cash, and then across industry groups when it comes to stocks." Peter Tchir has 5 Things Smart Investors Should Do in September. His three tips: Don't Let The Fed Scare You, Watch Draghi Like a Hawk (Pun Intended) and Follow Trump on Twitter. I'll add one more thing: follow Peter Tchir on Twitter.Check out all of our Trading Strategies here.

Bitcoin believer or bust

Ok, are you a Bitcoin believer? Or are you still watching from the sideline? Jeff Christian, managing director for New York based CPM Group did not mince words when it comes to the cryptocurrency. 'Bitcoin is the ultimate pet rock,' he told Kitco News Friday. 'I think it's just a gigantic speculative play, it has no tangible asset behind it. It's a scandal waiting to happen.' The longtime precious metals expert says he prefers gold because it is a more 'legitimate' asset class. 'What you are seeing is speculative players buying bitcoin,' he said. 'Just because you make money on it doesn't mean it's a legitimate activity.'

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Carly Fiorina on Not Running for Senate, Geopolitical issues, Crypto Currency and The Opioid Expidemic

The former GOP Presidential candidate sits down with Tracy Byrnes at TheStreet's headquarters on Wall Street. She opens up about the lack of leadership in Washington, term limits, tax reform, North Korea, the opioid epidemic and how she defines gender parity. Find some behind the scenes photos here and here:

It was great to join @tracybyrnes with the @TheStreet for a discussion on leadership: https://t.co/A59mP34d9e

— Carly Fiorina (@CarlyFiorina) September 8, 2017

5 Official Twitter Accounts to Follow During Hurricane Irma

Talk about nail biting waiting game. We know Hurricane Irma is taking aim at Florida. The question now, is exactly where will it hit? If you're like me and you have family and friends down there, you'll want to stay up to the minute. Be sure to follow @TheStreet's twitter account for the latest updates. And we've got around up of some official accounts you'll also want to follow.  

Why Nissan's Leaf is an Engineering Marvel 

First look: Nissan (NSANY) unveiled its all-new electric car the Leaf at an event in Japan last week. Missed it? No worries. Check out the video and read Editor Brian Sozzi's story about Nissan's new ride that offers quite the bang for its buck.

What's on Fatburger's New Menu? Just Hit Play to Find Out

As Fat Brands prepares to IPO, we took a look at the menu at its most famous chain, Fatburger. Considering that even the fries are 'fat,' the brand more than deserves its namesake.

Coach Has More On Its Plate Than Just Fashion Week Craziness

Coach was certainly flaunting its sexy at this week's Fashion Week in New York City (NYFW). Editor Brian Sozzi sits down with Coach Inc. CEO Victor Luis. He tells us why this ain't your momma's Coach (COH - Get Report) .

That's a Wrap!

Ok, that's it for this weekend. For a short time, our video newsletter will appear on TheStreet.  If you'd like this collection of videos to land in your email every Saturday morning (just in time for your 1st cup of coffee and a little web surfing) be sure sign up for TheStreet Rewind here

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