Zero Hedge

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Launched in 2009, Zero Hedge is a finance blog that presents both in-house analysis, and analysis from investment banks, hedge funds, and other investment writers and analysts. Zero Hedge adheres to the Austrian School of Economics.

After the latest assault on Zerohedge by Google in mid 2020, Zerohedge posted this status update:

We can do what the Federalist did, and pull the entire comment section to stay alive, or we can implement a filter to comments which avoids triggering a limited number of keywords that started this whole fiasco (one can figure out the context there) and get reinstated. At the same time, there are legislative developments in the pipeline which we reported on earlier, which may or may not come to pass. We are not holding our breath.

We are going with option 2 because we would like to preserve the comments, and the website. We are doing everything we can to maintain an open forum. That said, now that we know which way the winds are blowing, we are urgently working on a premium version of the site which will be independent of outside forces, and ad free. Incidentally many of the commentators that got us here, were the result of targeted provocation by people who don't have this site's best interest at heart, and they will be gone.

One other thing: we have also been deplatformed by PayPal, which is why the donation section is different now.

In summary, there is a full blown assault against this website and even if we go premium it is unclear what will happen if all funding lines are cut off. We'll cross that bridge if and when we get there.

Bottom line: we are just asking for some patience.[1]