Most Main Street investors crave the opportunity for real talk with a Wall Street insider. Here's your chance.

Tomorrow,

TheStreet.com

will feature Street Talk, a one-hour interactive chat with one of the top professionals in investing. Once a week, we'll bring in an expert to take reader questions and weigh in on the markets.

For tomorrow's edition, our guest is Arnie Berman. Berman is a managing director and technology stock strategist at SoundView Technology Group, the largest investment bank and brokerage firm focused exclusively on the information technology sector. His weekly written piece, Technology Focus, addresses the most interesting trends and investment opportunities in the technology sector. Berman frequently appears on

CNBC

and is often quoted in publications from

The Wall Street Journal

to

Forbes

to the

Los Angeles Times.

He is a contributing editor to

Red Herring

magazine.

Berman is the chairman of SoundView's stock selection committee. He has been with SoundView since 1990 and has been on Wall Street since 1983. His experience at SoundView includes an extended reign as the firm's top institutional producer. He holds a B.S. degree, magna cum laude, in applied mathematics from Brown University, and is a chartered financial analyst.

Joining Street Talk is simple: Just click on the tile on the home page of

TheStreet.com

at 2 p.m every Wednesday. For an hour, Berman will answer questions on the markets and the economy, live. Please send all questions to

streettalk@thestreet.com.

Moderating tomorrow's session will be

TSC

personal finance editor Lisa Meyer. Once you join Street Talk, be sure to click on the audio version of the interview.

Let's stay

interactive.

Dave

David Morrow is editor-in-chief of TheStreet.com. In keeping with TSC's editorial policy, he doesn't own or short individual stocks, though he owns stock in TheStreet.com. He also doesn't invest in hedge funds or other private investment partnerships. He welcomes your feedback and invites you to send it to

David Morrow.