What you need to know on Wall Street today

Welcome to Finance Insider, Business Insider’s summary of the top stories of the past 24 hours.

Thousands of people are about to be treated to the show of the century — all they have to do is look up.

On Monday, people in several parts of the US will have the chance to view the total solar eclipse, where the moon crosses between the Earth and the sun, temporarily blocking the sun.

This will be the first time first time in 99 years that a solar eclipse crosses the country from coast to coast. Here’s when, where, and how to watch the eclipse.

In Wall Street news, here’s the memo that just went out to JPMorgan staff, citing “deep divisions across our country.” Goldman Sachs is reportedly on the hunt for star traders to revive its struggling commodities unit.

A hedge fund has raised $US100 million to make bets based on other hedge funds. And Jeff Gundlach fired back at a report saying investors are fleeing his biggest fund.

Ray Dalio, the founder of the world’s largest hedge fund, is worried that democracy is being threatened. Steve Mnuchin’s Yale classmates urged him to resign from the Trump administration in protest. Mnuchin responded, saying Trump does not equate neo-Nazis with peaceful protesters.

Hours after billionaire investor Carl Icahn said he would no longer be advising President Trump on Friday night, The New Yorker dropped a lengthy story on his efforts to change a policy that hurt a company he is invested in. The key takeaway: Icahn could be in “legal jeopardy.”

And here’s why Wall Street is so fixated on Gary Cohn’s position in the White House.

In markets news, this may not be the big correction that markets have been waiting for, according to Goldman Sachs. And Alibaba is the explosive stock that’s dividing Wall Street.

In deal news:

In retail news, Amazon is about to claim a new victim in the retail apocalypse, and Nike’s intense rivalry with Adidas just escalated.

Lastly, over half a dozen residents of this San Francisco ‘castle’ have become bitcoin millionaires — take a look inside.