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

If the head-nodders-in-high-places don’t have the attention span to read my numbers, tell them to look at the Yield Curve:

A) UST 2yr Yield just ramped to new Fed Hike Cycle Highs of 3.82%
B) Yield Curve (10s minus 2s) just collapsed to a -38 basis point inversion

The ONLY other time the UST Yield Curve was this inverted was coming out of the 1999-2000 GROWTH Bubble. The Fed was too tight back then too. Greenspan eventually figured it out and turn-tailed dovish, but #Quad4 didn’t go away. Stocks continued to crash.

CHART OF THE DAY: The US 2-10 Spread Is Currently At It's Lowest Since 2000 (Updated) - sp1