I've been investing since my late teens and I was just a young up-and-commer in investing during the Great Recession. I studied the markets since I was about 12 years old - I read a book my father had (but never actually read and applied in his own life) on investing (One up on Wall Street by Peter Lynch). The book fascinated me for some reason.
I've seen a fair bit, but I've studied the markets far more since then and what I've studied is a lot more than what I've seen. One has to study the markets well to be a good investor. History is important in investing.
The present situation with this over decade's long bull market is unprecedented, however. It's a record market - the longest ever. So, studying history won't help too much. In this case, good Risk Management is especially key!
And now, given the rise of cyrptocurrencies and crypto assets to quasi-mainstream financial assets, we're dedicated to providing quality, relevant, and interesting material on cryptocurrencies and cryptoassets. Articles on Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Cardano, and many more cryptocurrencies and cryptoassets can be found on Pennies and Pounds - all that in addition to a plethora of information on what cryptoassets are, how the entire crypto industry came to be, blockchain/immutable ledger technology, mining, proof of work, proof of stake, and how to prudently invest in crypto if you are so inclined (based on your risk tolerance and ability to withstand the volatility that will come with a crypto portfolio).