My concern really isn’t about whether or not SPY or QQQ going up or down right now, but im curious does anyone feel like the past several corrections (since 2020) have been extremely short lived? I know 2020 was about fed intervention and money supply going through the roof (“a no-brainer” per Druckenmiller) but I believe the 2022 selloff the SPY stayed below its -20% threshold for maybe like 4 weeks? This correction recently took like 2 days for it to be up 3-4%. In earlier times some of the dips took months or even years to rebound from. Im wondering if due to the digitization and speed of news nowadays, online brokerages with instant trading, and a free financial education available online that constantly says buy-the-dip, will corrections and selloffs be more short lived than previously before? I know in previous eras with crashes (dot com, great financial crisis) the speed in which information traveled was comparable to dial up internet in terms of what it is today. Do anyone feel like that has to affect rebounds or even volatility in some way?