Here is the latest cover of The New Yorker magazine. It depicts Humpty Dumpty about to take a great fall from the roof of the New York Stock Exchange.
The New Yorker rarely has covers dealing with economic affairs so I regard this one as particularly significant. It reinforces the case I last made in the post you can find here that public and media sentiment is as bearish as it was at the 1990 low and at the 2002 low. I think this market is headed much higher.