TheStreet Rewind: How to Make 'New Fashioned Wall Streeter'; Twist on a Classic

Sunday April 22, 2018

Good Sunday Rewind Friends,

Coffee in hand? Ready to unwind as we Rewind with some of our favorite videos this week? Before we get to that cocktail...

Here Are a Few of Our Favorite Things

Our goal is to equip young people with the financial acumen needed to invest in the stock market and achieve financial freedom. Because let's face it: if you're not starting the next Facebook or winning the lottery, you can't retire comfortably without investing. And young people aren't exposed to financial and investing education in schools - TheStreet aims to fill this gap. TheStreet's Scott Gamm hosted a live webinar and you can still watch still catch it on demand!
Alpha Rising spent time with Thrive Global founder & CEO Arianna Huffington to talk about why corporations need to address burnout and stress if they want to succeed and why Amazon's Jeff Bezos agrees. Watch!
Alpha Rising sat down with Nancy Lieberman, Of Counsel at Skadden, Arps. She was and still is the youngest person to ever make partner at her firm and she has worked on some of the biggest M&A deals in history. But an accident left her in a wheelchair and she is refocusing her attentions to spinal injury research. Watch her inspirational story now.

She is just taking a walk to her new spot, right across from the NYSE and closer to our offices! And we couldn't be happier!

Mario Andretti has kept a very active lifestyle in retirement. Those nearing retirement should consider doing the same when that time comes.

Long-suffering GE finally beat analysts' lowered earnings expectations, and here's some evidence that better days could lie ahead. Real Money's  Jim Collins reports.

Plus...

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Video: This Is the One Reason Why You'll Never Become a Millionaire

How's this for a statistic: you could score over $1 million by age 62 if you start investing $5,000 a year into the stock market at age 22.

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Sunday Brunch Cocktail Treat

Ok, What you've been waiting for...

While many people presume the quintessential Wall Street cocktail is either the martini or scotch the younger generation is experimenting more with the other brown liquors, like bourbon and rye, says Erin Ward, Corporate Beverage Director and National Buyer at Alicart Restaurant Group, which includes Carmine's and Virgil's Real BBQ.

(Need a whiskey refresher? Here's the difference between Scotch, Bourbon and Rye)

So Ward, again, created a cocktail for us. This time she focused on that "Rye Whiskey trend," that she is loving.

New Fashioned Wall Streeter:

In a mixing glass add

            • 2 Brandied Cherries
            • 1 Tsp Brown Raw Sugar
            • 1 Dash Peychaud Bitters

Muddle

Then add

            • 2.5 Ounces Woodford Rye Whiskey
            • ½ Ounce Dows 10 year Tawny Port

Fill glass with ice stir until chilled

Strain over a large chunk of ice in a rocks glass

Garnish With a large orange twist & brandied cherry

Enjoy your day!

Julie Iannuzzi
Twitter @JulesVideo
Instagram @JulieIannuzzi

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