Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

 

privacy-policy2As we aim for efficiency in almost everything we do or publish at Hillbent, I shall be pretty straight forward regarding the privacy policy. Here it is in a nutshell:

 

 

  1. We respect the privacy of our readers and hope that you feel the same regarding the sanctity of privacy. Hillbent does not share or sell the names, email or IP addresses or other contact information of its readers. For anyone too mentally challenged to grasp the implied obligation of mutual reciprocity, please do not sign me up for subscriptions I did not request, regardless of how much you think it may benefit me.
  2. Periodic updates or contacts with our readers. Occasionally, it may be necessary to update our readers on administrative or subscription service issues. As I have a natural aversion for most things administrative, I do not anticipate this occurring with any regularity or frequency. In fact, I would be surprised if it were to occur more than three times per year, if at all. I would much rather use the time pursuing my passions, e.g. following the markets or engaging in personal hobbies when I can afford the time.
  3. Comments and other posted information. Readers who submit comments or post other information at our site should be aware that they are voluntarily placing themselves in the public domain and by doing so, you are implicitly granting Hillbent the right to use it, in perpetuity.
  4. Cookies, but not the kind you eat. Access to some information at Hillbent may require cookies and therefore we will use them. On other occasions, our advertisers and sponsors (which we currently do not use but reserve the right and discretion to do so) may also use cookies without our being aware of the manner in which they are being used. You, as the end user, may be able to block or delete such cookies or simply refuse to access our site, if you choose to do so.
  5. The long arm of Big Brother. While we regard your information as confidential and treat it as such, under certain circumstances, we may be forced to comply with a valid subpoena from legitimate law enforcement agencies and/or courts of law and relinquish this information. But seriously folks, if you are engaged in any type of activity that would elicit such attention from Big Brother or his next of kin, then you may want to think twice about using this site and submitting your personal information to our database records.
  6. Rights to change or revise policy. Hillbent reserves the right to change or modify the above privacy policy at any point in the future and also without prior notification.

Well… Now that we have addressed these formalities, let us return to what we both respectively enjoy, i.e. reviewing investment research ideas and insights; news and data; and following the Market Direction!