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February 24, 2017

By

The Daily Meal Staff

A cocktail to prepare yourself for Sunday's "Billions" Premiere

Photo and recipe courtesy of elit vodka

1

Servings

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 Parts elit vodka
  • 3/4 Parts Dolin Blanc
  • 1/2 Part Cocchi Americano

Directions

Stir all ingredients with ice until cold.

Strain into a chilled coupe that has been seasoned with a spray of absinthe.

Garnish with a Lemon twist.

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Mojo mentors: how Wall Street coaches help traders stay calm and make money

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

Last modified on Tue 19 Dec 2017 21.08 GMT

W all Street’s heavy hitters have a secret: the performance coach. While still rare, money mentors are slowly becoming a trend in the world of finance. They teach traders to remain calm, not panic and be confident. Much of their work has been confidential, until now.

Billions, the new high-stakes finance drama that debuted on Showtime last Sunday, has shone a new light on their secret world.

The fictional performance coach at Billions’ Axe Capital is played by Maggie Siffs. Her character, Wendy Rhoades, is part HR, part therapist as well as the wife of district attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti). If you are a trader at Axe Capital, one session with Wendy Rhoades can turn your luck around. They call her Dr Mojo.

For Wendy Rhoades, helping anxious traders find their alpha and providing support to female traders in the mostly male profession is just a part of a typical day. The hedge fund, where she works, was founded by Bobby “Axe” Axelrod, who also occasionally needs a Mojo makeover.

“Your value to this firm is absolute,” he tells her.


Mojo mentors: how Wall Street coaches help traders stay calm and make money

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

Last modified on Tue 19 Dec 2017 21.08 GMT

W all Street’s heavy hitters have a secret: the performance coach. While still rare, money mentors are slowly becoming a trend in the world of finance. They teach traders to remain calm, not panic and be confident. Much of their work has been confidential, until now.

Billions, the new high-stakes finance drama that debuted on Showtime last Sunday, has shone a new light on their secret world.

The fictional performance coach at Billions’ Axe Capital is played by Maggie Siffs. Her character, Wendy Rhoades, is part HR, part therapist as well as the wife of district attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti). If you are a trader at Axe Capital, one session with Wendy Rhoades can turn your luck around. They call her Dr Mojo.

For Wendy Rhoades, helping anxious traders find their alpha and providing support to female traders in the mostly male profession is just a part of a typical day. The hedge fund, where she works, was founded by Bobby “Axe” Axelrod, who also occasionally needs a Mojo makeover.

“Your value to this firm is absolute,” he tells her.


Mojo mentors: how Wall Street coaches help traders stay calm and make money

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

Last modified on Tue 19 Dec 2017 21.08 GMT

W all Street’s heavy hitters have a secret: the performance coach. While still rare, money mentors are slowly becoming a trend in the world of finance. They teach traders to remain calm, not panic and be confident. Much of their work has been confidential, until now.

Billions, the new high-stakes finance drama that debuted on Showtime last Sunday, has shone a new light on their secret world.

The fictional performance coach at Billions’ Axe Capital is played by Maggie Siffs. Her character, Wendy Rhoades, is part HR, part therapist as well as the wife of district attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti). If you are a trader at Axe Capital, one session with Wendy Rhoades can turn your luck around. They call her Dr Mojo.

For Wendy Rhoades, helping anxious traders find their alpha and providing support to female traders in the mostly male profession is just a part of a typical day. The hedge fund, where she works, was founded by Bobby “Axe” Axelrod, who also occasionally needs a Mojo makeover.

“Your value to this firm is absolute,” he tells her.


Mojo mentors: how Wall Street coaches help traders stay calm and make money

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

Last modified on Tue 19 Dec 2017 21.08 GMT

W all Street’s heavy hitters have a secret: the performance coach. While still rare, money mentors are slowly becoming a trend in the world of finance. They teach traders to remain calm, not panic and be confident. Much of their work has been confidential, until now.

Billions, the new high-stakes finance drama that debuted on Showtime last Sunday, has shone a new light on their secret world.

The fictional performance coach at Billions’ Axe Capital is played by Maggie Siffs. Her character, Wendy Rhoades, is part HR, part therapist as well as the wife of district attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti). If you are a trader at Axe Capital, one session with Wendy Rhoades can turn your luck around. They call her Dr Mojo.

For Wendy Rhoades, helping anxious traders find their alpha and providing support to female traders in the mostly male profession is just a part of a typical day. The hedge fund, where she works, was founded by Bobby “Axe” Axelrod, who also occasionally needs a Mojo makeover.

“Your value to this firm is absolute,” he tells her.


Mojo mentors: how Wall Street coaches help traders stay calm and make money

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

Last modified on Tue 19 Dec 2017 21.08 GMT

W all Street’s heavy hitters have a secret: the performance coach. While still rare, money mentors are slowly becoming a trend in the world of finance. They teach traders to remain calm, not panic and be confident. Much of their work has been confidential, until now.

Billions, the new high-stakes finance drama that debuted on Showtime last Sunday, has shone a new light on their secret world.

The fictional performance coach at Billions’ Axe Capital is played by Maggie Siffs. Her character, Wendy Rhoades, is part HR, part therapist as well as the wife of district attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti). If you are a trader at Axe Capital, one session with Wendy Rhoades can turn your luck around. They call her Dr Mojo.

For Wendy Rhoades, helping anxious traders find their alpha and providing support to female traders in the mostly male profession is just a part of a typical day. The hedge fund, where she works, was founded by Bobby “Axe” Axelrod, who also occasionally needs a Mojo makeover.

“Your value to this firm is absolute,” he tells her.


Mojo mentors: how Wall Street coaches help traders stay calm and make money

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

Last modified on Tue 19 Dec 2017 21.08 GMT

W all Street’s heavy hitters have a secret: the performance coach. While still rare, money mentors are slowly becoming a trend in the world of finance. They teach traders to remain calm, not panic and be confident. Much of their work has been confidential, until now.

Billions, the new high-stakes finance drama that debuted on Showtime last Sunday, has shone a new light on their secret world.

The fictional performance coach at Billions’ Axe Capital is played by Maggie Siffs. Her character, Wendy Rhoades, is part HR, part therapist as well as the wife of district attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti). If you are a trader at Axe Capital, one session with Wendy Rhoades can turn your luck around. They call her Dr Mojo.

For Wendy Rhoades, helping anxious traders find their alpha and providing support to female traders in the mostly male profession is just a part of a typical day. The hedge fund, where she works, was founded by Bobby “Axe” Axelrod, who also occasionally needs a Mojo makeover.

“Your value to this firm is absolute,” he tells her.


Mojo mentors: how Wall Street coaches help traders stay calm and make money

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

Last modified on Tue 19 Dec 2017 21.08 GMT

W all Street’s heavy hitters have a secret: the performance coach. While still rare, money mentors are slowly becoming a trend in the world of finance. They teach traders to remain calm, not panic and be confident. Much of their work has been confidential, until now.

Billions, the new high-stakes finance drama that debuted on Showtime last Sunday, has shone a new light on their secret world.

The fictional performance coach at Billions’ Axe Capital is played by Maggie Siffs. Her character, Wendy Rhoades, is part HR, part therapist as well as the wife of district attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti). If you are a trader at Axe Capital, one session with Wendy Rhoades can turn your luck around. They call her Dr Mojo.

For Wendy Rhoades, helping anxious traders find their alpha and providing support to female traders in the mostly male profession is just a part of a typical day. The hedge fund, where she works, was founded by Bobby “Axe” Axelrod, who also occasionally needs a Mojo makeover.

“Your value to this firm is absolute,” he tells her.


Mojo mentors: how Wall Street coaches help traders stay calm and make money

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

Last modified on Tue 19 Dec 2017 21.08 GMT

W all Street’s heavy hitters have a secret: the performance coach. While still rare, money mentors are slowly becoming a trend in the world of finance. They teach traders to remain calm, not panic and be confident. Much of their work has been confidential, until now.

Billions, the new high-stakes finance drama that debuted on Showtime last Sunday, has shone a new light on their secret world.

The fictional performance coach at Billions’ Axe Capital is played by Maggie Siffs. Her character, Wendy Rhoades, is part HR, part therapist as well as the wife of district attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti). If you are a trader at Axe Capital, one session with Wendy Rhoades can turn your luck around. They call her Dr Mojo.

For Wendy Rhoades, helping anxious traders find their alpha and providing support to female traders in the mostly male profession is just a part of a typical day. The hedge fund, where she works, was founded by Bobby “Axe” Axelrod, who also occasionally needs a Mojo makeover.

“Your value to this firm is absolute,” he tells her.


Mojo mentors: how Wall Street coaches help traders stay calm and make money

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

Last modified on Tue 19 Dec 2017 21.08 GMT

W all Street’s heavy hitters have a secret: the performance coach. While still rare, money mentors are slowly becoming a trend in the world of finance. They teach traders to remain calm, not panic and be confident. Much of their work has been confidential, until now.

Billions, the new high-stakes finance drama that debuted on Showtime last Sunday, has shone a new light on their secret world.

The fictional performance coach at Billions’ Axe Capital is played by Maggie Siffs. Her character, Wendy Rhoades, is part HR, part therapist as well as the wife of district attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti). If you are a trader at Axe Capital, one session with Wendy Rhoades can turn your luck around. They call her Dr Mojo.

For Wendy Rhoades, helping anxious traders find their alpha and providing support to female traders in the mostly male profession is just a part of a typical day. The hedge fund, where she works, was founded by Bobby “Axe” Axelrod, who also occasionally needs a Mojo makeover.

“Your value to this firm is absolute,” he tells her.


Mojo mentors: how Wall Street coaches help traders stay calm and make money

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

The men of Billions toast to success. From left, Danny Mastrogiorgio as Erik ‘Ike’ Isaacson, Noah Emmerich as Freddy, Damian Lewis as Bobby ‘Axe’ Axelrod and Casey Siemaszko as Seids. Photograph: Jeff Neumann/Showtime

Last modified on Tue 19 Dec 2017 21.08 GMT

W all Street’s heavy hitters have a secret: the performance coach. While still rare, money mentors are slowly becoming a trend in the world of finance. They teach traders to remain calm, not panic and be confident. Much of their work has been confidential, until now.

Billions, the new high-stakes finance drama that debuted on Showtime last Sunday, has shone a new light on their secret world.

The fictional performance coach at Billions’ Axe Capital is played by Maggie Siffs. Her character, Wendy Rhoades, is part HR, part therapist as well as the wife of district attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti). If you are a trader at Axe Capital, one session with Wendy Rhoades can turn your luck around. They call her Dr Mojo.

For Wendy Rhoades, helping anxious traders find their alpha and providing support to female traders in the mostly male profession is just a part of a typical day. The hedge fund, where she works, was founded by Bobby “Axe” Axelrod, who also occasionally needs a Mojo makeover.

“Your value to this firm is absolute,” he tells her.


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