TED BAUMAN: KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

Ted Bauman, editor of The Bauman Letter, Plan B Club and Alpha Stock Alert, dishes information on asset protection and low-risk investment strategies. His mission is to revel in a financially secure life free from government restriction and restraint. His knowledge gives power to those who seek wealth through not only working hard, but working smart.

Born in the United States, Ted Bauman gained his college education at the esteemed University of Cape Town, South Africa, gaining postgraduate degrees in Economics and History. Focuses of this nature gives Ted Bauman a strong perspective on the power of historical trends in the economy and how these trends affect the spending power of people.

Ted Bauman has taken his knowledge far beyond the private sector into the nonprofit arena of South Africa, serving as a fund manager for low-cost homes. A group founded by Bauman is Slum Dwellers Internationals, helping over 14 million people throughout 35 countries. His notion of philanthropy is expressed through helping others become more financially secure while living an authentic life of his own. He currently lives in Atlanta, GA with his family.

Ted Bauman gives his opinions on controversial topics such as the trade war between the United States and China; Ted feels this is not a “bad thing”, giving investors more of a chance to purchase stocks in China-based companies. The organizations inside China are growing, and this leads to significantly low prices on shares. Bauman pushes forth the knowledge that information is critical to making decisions. But the information must be accurate and unbiased, even tackling the monolith Amazon with a caution to investors that there is vulnerability with every company- no matter the size.

Ted’s lessons learned from both experience and education give investors a different perspective on stock investments. Ted uses historical trending information providing pathways to knowledge. His opinions give investors a choice to accept the facts and challenge the status quo.

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