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Zero Hedge is an English-language financial blog that aggregates news and presents editorial opinions from original and outside sources. The news portion of the site is written by a group of editors who collectively write under the pseudonym " Tyler Durden " a character from the novel and film Fight Club.
Zero Hedge's content has been classified as " alt-right ",  anti-establishment , conspiratorial , and economically pessimistic,   and has been criticized for presenting extreme and sometimes pro-Russian views.
Zero Hedge was established in According to the Boston Business Journal , the website "publishes financial news and opinion, aggregated and original" from a number of writers "who purportedly hail from within the financial industry.
In , shortly after the blog was founded, news reports identified Daniel Ivandjiiski, a Bulgarian-born former hedge-fund analyst who was barred from the industry for insider trading by FINRA in , as the founder of the site, and reported that "Durden" was a pseudonym for Ivandjiiski.
In April , the authors writing as "Durden" on the website were reported by Bloomberg News to be Ivandjiiski, Tim Backshall a credit derivatives strategist , and Colin Lokey. Lokey, the newest member revealed himself and the other two when he left the site in April Ivandjiiski confirmed that the three men "had been the only Tyler Durdens on the payroll" since Lokey joined the site in According to Ivandjiiski, the blog generates revenue from online advertising.
By September , Zero Hedge had begun drawing more traffic than some established financial blogs. Often distrustful of the 'establishment' and almost always bearish , it's known for a pessimistic world view. I know it gets you views now, but it will kill your brand over the long run. This isn't a revolution. Economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman describes Zero Hedge as a scaremongering outlet that promotes fears of hyperinflation and an "obviously ridiculous" form of " monetary permahawkery.
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