This article discusses the potential consequences of Wall Street's diminishing role in the economy. Wall Street has traditionally been the driving force behind American economic growth and innovation, but its influence is waning. There is a growing belief that Wall Street is no longer necessary for a healthy economy, and that new models of economic development could supplant the traditional Wall Street-based system. The article argues that, while Wall Street is still important, its role is changing, and that new models of economic growth are emerging that could potentially replace the Wall Street system. Ultimately, the article suggests that the economy may be able to survive without Wall Street, but it is unclear what the implications of this shift would be.