Below is a chart and excerpt from today's Early Look written by CEO Keith McCullough. 

I know, I know… the last time the Yield Curve inverted like this was coming out of the 1999-2000 US Growth Bubble when Greenspan was RAISING rates.

Never mind “pivoting” to less hawkish, do you know what stocks did once he started cutting rates? Hint: growth stocks kept going down as revenue and profit growth kept decelerating.

CHART OF THE DAY: U.S. 2-10 Spread Is Currently At Lowest Level Since 2000 - yrr