An inside look at Wall Street’s most famous trader

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Peter Tuchman is no stranger to the camera. He stepped on the floor of the NYSE in 1985. Now he’s the face of the market’s best and worst days. Tuchman’s experience on the floor goes back decades and includes significant events in the market’s history such as Black Monday (1987), the financial crisis of 2008, and even the coronavirus pandemic. As technology and the business of trading evolved over the years, Tuchman says he’s had to adapt and reinvent himself.

This interview was originally filmed in July 2018. Read more about Wall Street’s most photographed trader at CNN.com: https://cnn.it/2zMHTZX

Produced by Janelle Gonzalez and Richa Naik
Additional animation by John General

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Thumbnail image: Peter Tuchman on the NYSE floor by Allison Joyce/Getty Images North America/Getty Images

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