Probably, you have seen this man hundreds of times, as he is considered the most photographed broker on Wall Street. Peter Tuchman has been a constant on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange since 1985 daily, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. selling and buying stocks on the behalf of their clients.
Tuchman's unusual hairstyle and expressive manner made him a star of the countless business pages and illustrate market stories. He describes his expressions absolutely truthful,as the place excites him. In 1985, he came to Wall Street with an impressive ponytail, however, his hairstyle now is the main asset. Tuchman's wrists are covered with massive bracelets, which jingle as he walks by.
He is a stubborn optimist. He believes that there is no other place like NYSE in the world, and that's why is really positive about it.
About his job, Tuchman states: “I don’t miss a day because you don’t know what’s going to happen.”
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