Good Morning Rewind Friends,
Shamrocks, leprechauns, corned beef, cabbage and, of course, Irish cream with my Saturday morning coffee.
What's not to love about St. Patrick's Day? Plus, New Yorkers have the annual parade honoring the patron Saint of Ireland. Did you know 2 million people attend the parade and another 150,000 march along 5th Avenue showing off their green?
You don't have to weather the cool temperatures to get in the spirit!
Nope. TheStreet brings St. Paddy's spirit straight to you in the comfort of your pajamas and fuzzy slippers. You're welcome. Now pour that second cup of coffee with a dash (or two) of Irish Cream.
Oh, did I mention there were bagpipes? (Watch the video above)
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(Super big shout out to our very own Kevin Conlon, who plays with the Breezy Point Catholic Club Pipes and Drums when he's not here at work!)
TheStreet Exclusive: NYSE's Female Leaders Are Changing the World One IPO at a Time
As you know, March is Women's History Month and our offices are across from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) (ICE) , so we have been showcasing the women that have made their mark on the exchanges.
We've highlighted historical trailblazers like Victoria Woodhull who, back in 1870, was the first female stock broker.
And of course, Muriel Siebert, the first woman to have a seat on the NYSE in 1967.
And this week our Tracy Byrnes sat down with the most powerful women making history at the NYSE.
- Elizabeth King, Legal Counsel
- Stacey Cunningham, Chief Operating Officer
- Hope Jarkowski, Head of Government Relations.
Listen in as we talked about everything from the intersection of finance and technology to how to attract more women to the field.
Subscribe to our YouTube channel here and watch the full interview here.
How to Save for Retirement? Ask former World Series of Poker Champ Annie Duke
Annie Duke, former World Series of Poker champion, stopped by 14 Wall Street to hang out with our own Michelle Lodge.
She was dealing out lots of financial advice about retirement. Duke says it's about the long-game.
Duke says she had to think about what the "75-year-old Annie" will need, instead of bowing to a desire now, more than 20 years earlier, to spring for a Lamborghini, for instance, or some other luxury item.
Some of that involves setting up safeguards that guarantee retirement money is put away, such as automatic deposits into an account. It doesn't mean, she said, that she won't bend to a desire for quick gratification at some time, but it will be harder to undo if systems are in place for savings.
Tillerson, Trump, Tariffs and Gun Laws: Ohio Gov. John Kasich Gets Real
The White House kept us on our toes this week. We caught up with Ohio Governor John Kasich (R) at the Nasdaq and he reacted to all of it from the potential tariffs to the latest White House departures.
"Whether it's in business or whether it's in government or whether it's in sports, you want to have a stable team," Kasich told our Scott Gamm. "And we're not seeing a lot of that out of the White House."
Meanwhile, as for President Trump's tariffs, Kasich doesn't think they make a lot of sense.
"The tariffs are being put into play on the issue of national security," Kasich noted. "Those in charge of national security said they don't think it's a national security issue."
Hey Millennials! Fix These Two Things and Retire Rich!
It seems millennials make two big mistakes when preparing for their future. Robert Powell, editor of Retirement Daily, stopped by and told us what they are and how to fix them so you can retire rich!
This is a video you're going to want to share with your kids.
What Are Your Chances of Making Green as Tiger Woods Putts on One?
Whether you love him or you hate him, Tiger Woods is back this weekend.
Naturally, the controversial golfer's strong start at the Arnold Palmer Invitational has bookmakers wondering how they can make the green while Woods puts on one.
Of the thousands of bets that are already on the table, Paddy Power compiled the odds of some of the most exciting bets surrounding Woods.
Topping the list were:
7/4: Woods wins a major this year
8/1: Woods wins the Masters
20/1: Woods retires in 2018
25/1: Woods is the World Number One in 2018
That's going to wrap things up for this week.
And hey, I'd love to hear from you. Tell me what type of videos you'd like to see from TheStreet and be sure to share your story ideas! Just email me at Julie.Iannuzzi@TheStreet.com or follow me @ JulesVideo on Twitter.
Until next weekend!
Julie Bennett Iannuzzi