There’s nothing like a week-long of selling to get the bullish juices flowing once again. After the S&P 500 set a new all-time high on 25th January, GameStop hysteria seized the market. A relatively small set of retail investors, embracing YOLO (“you only live once”), pushed the shares of the troubled retailer up ten-fold to unsustainable highs, an epic short squeeze that slammed multiple over-exposed hedge funds. Although the frenzy occurred amongst a small group of investors, fear grew that an equity asset bubble had been discovered, and broad selling took over. By the end of January, the S&P 500 had fallen 3.7%. Conveniently, the index closed right on its 50-day moving average. With investors concluding that GameStop was an isolated episode of madness, YOLO was pushed aside by FOMO (“fear of missing out”) and the market embarked on a strong recovery run.