This week saw a feat for the geek in us: The solar eclipse was visible in all of North America plus parts of South America, Africa, and Europe, with a thin path of totality running across the U.S., from Oregon to South Carolina.
Protect your eyes and don't look into the sun for too long or you will be blinded – said the common advice.
That warning may not just apply to solar eclipse fans but also to investors getting carried away with current market levels, especially in the U.S.
The first cracks are already starting to appear as a sense of exhaustion seems to be setting in. On Thursday, the Dow posted its biggest one-day fall in three months as concerns over President Donald Trump's agenda grew – the fear is that recent controversies embroiling the White House will make it less likely for Congress to work with the president to pass business-friendly legislation, such as tax or infrastructure reform.