Ted Bauman made the decision to work with Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013 and has been reaching readers through a set of newsletters, which include Alpha Stock Alert, Plan B Club, and The Bauman Letter. On most days, Bauman wakes up early in the morning and focuses on helping his daughter to make it to school. After this, he gets his working day started by heading off to his office, which is right in his own home in the basement.
Ted Bauman is the kind of guy that works all throughout the day; checking in with the news and catching up on matters related to low-risk investing and asset protection. As a writer, he does his best to speak in a way that his readers understand. He knows that some of the topics he covers can be boring to read about, so he makes sure that he covers them in a way that is interesting. This is one of his many gifts, and it has allowed him to help many people who need to have a better grasp of their finances.
Ted Bauman has worked to serve people in need for most of his life, and he started doing so when he moved from the United States, as a younger man, to South Africa. He enjoys showing people how to lead empowered lives, where they don’t have to depend on the government or anyone else to take care of their financial needs. In South Africa, he worked with different nonprofit organizations as a fund manager. His work helped many economically challenged people by providing them with a roof over their head.
Ted Bauman earned postgraduate degrees in history and economics while studying at the University of Cape Town and has been able to apply his knowledge to the investing world. He is happy that many of his readers are beginning to ask questions about how the economy of the United States and the world works and hopes that more people will begin to do so in the future. While he doesn’t, necessarily, like the idea of over-regulating any market, he feels that there are lots of problems with underregulation, too.
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