The Team

Zak Mir is Co Founder Wallstreetwires.com, technical analyst, author, broadcaster and financial markets commentator.
Ronnie Chopra has over 20 years experience in the financial markets. He has appeared on BBC Business, Bloomberg, CNBC, CNN, Core TV, SKY News and Tip TV. He has a wealth of knowledge and his opinions are highly regarded in the markets especially on UK Equities and the FX markets.
I have been a Futures Trader for 30 years, initially with Banque Nationale de Paris (now BNP Paribas) for 10 years and then Ulster Bank Markets before setting up a floor trading business in FINEX, a trading floor division of the New York Cotton Exchange, in the fledgling IFSC Dublin in 1995.
After a long career in marketing and advertising throughout the late 80’s and 90’s, specifically in the directory industry, Alan developed from an interested financial markets observer to an active trader in small cap stocks. In 2005 he launched Brighton-based stock market research and PR group Brand Communications, and together with a wide network of contacts has steadily built an impressive list of City based retail broking clients. More recently Alan has developed PIR Multichannel, a new communications initiative for small and medium size listed companies
M&A Tipster is Wall Street Wires' aggregator bot collecting all breaking deal news and rumours. All the very best in market moving headlines from globally for readers to easily digest in one convenient location.
With a view to either shake your beliefs to the core, or further confirm your investment aspirations, Spekulator is a no holds barred, long in the tooth financial markets commentator wth an acerbic wit and keen eye for detail. Some say this is a good thing. Others don't.
I have been trading in the financial markets since 1982 and as a self-supporting trader since 1988. I hold a PhD in Mechanical Engineer.
Bill Hubard has worked in the financial sector and is known around the world as one of the leading economists with over 40 years’ experience. He is now the chief financial consultant at TRADE.com, adding to his long resume of significant appointments. In 1995 Hubard retired to teach at LSE and LIFFE. He transitioned into lecturing and began making appearances on CNBC as their in-house economics expert, and on Bloomberg TV.