Hussman Funds - Reprint Policy

We welcome the reproduction of content published on the Hussman Funds site, provided such references include attribution and a direct link to , subject to the additional terms below.

Intellectual honesty involves attributing ideas to their source, whether the material represents text, graphics, research methods, indicators, or other intellectual effort. Proper attribution is a common courtesy that encourages the free exchange of ideas. All original content is protected by copyright, including novel indicators, charts, graphical concepts, methods and text, and may be reproduced only with attribution.

When reproducing content in non-commercial blog posts available freely to the public, any additional comments or content should be explicitly distinguished from content republished from the Hussman Funds site.

Extensive or full reproduction of text or research in paid or for-profit publications must be approved on an individual basis.

For both regulatory and copyright reasons, we ask that references to published content be linked to the original article on the Hussman Funds website. Our compliance requirements are that we maintain responsibility for the content we provide to investors, along with all NASD required disclosures and access to a prospectus and regularly updated performance information. We reserve the right to withhold or revoke authorization to reprint, republish or redistribute any content derived from the Hussman Funds website, including third-party content, graphics, reproduced graphics presenting or updating original indicators or concepts, and other materials.  

Approvals for commercial publication of limited content are generally granted upon written request to the shareholder services group at, provided they include proper attribution. Neither the approval to reprint, nor the decision to withhold action against unauthorized use in any specific event, shall constitute a waiver of copyright or control over content derived from the Hussman Funds website. All rights reserved and actively enforced. Unauthorized use of published content or research is a violation of copyright law.