Sigh... Yawwwwn... I can't believe I'm actually even responding to probable troll. (I'm embarassed to give the impression that such suggestions merit a coherent response.)
Many people interpret the phrase "Wall Street" a bit too literally, as if the street which goes by the name of "Wall" were actually the geographic center of the U.S. financial markets.
When you see the "nightly news" on most channels or networks (if you still watch such drivel), how often do you see an image over the news reader's shoulder having a graphic of either the NYSE building, or else the Merrill Lynch bull. Obviously any "journalists" involved in such drivel are unaware that the Merrill Lynch bull is not even on Wall Street.
For Wall Street to be the heart of the U.S. financial markets, equities would have to be the core of the financial markets. Equities are the children's table at the family feast. The largest chunks of daily trading volume predominantly happen outside the equities sectors, and outside of any exchange.
These kiddies have not caught on to the fact that the floor of the exchange is an antiquated relic which remains as little more than a symbol of the real action. Let them have their temper tantrum outside of NYSE. The joke is on them.