Ted Bauman is an editor of The Bauman Letter, Plan B Club, and Alpha Stock Alert, He specializes in asset protection as well as low-risk investment strategies. He has spent the majority of his life helping people gain the resources necessary to live a sovereign life, free from corporate greed and government oversight.
Ted Bauman was born in Washington. D.C and raised in Maryland. As a young man he migrated to South Africa and attended university. He later graduated from the University of Cape Town with two post graduate degrees in Economics and History. Over his 25 year career, Ted Bauman has served numerous executive roles. He primarily focused in the area of project fund manager for low- cost housing projects in South Africa. Most notably he contributed to Slum Dwellers Internationals, which has helped nearly 14 million people in 35 countries.
He explains that his day is a very busy one starting early in the morning where he pushes himself to complete several tasks before the work day even starts. From there he works constantly until 5:00 p.m. As a writer he tries to focus more on current news topics that really matter to his audience.
That is exactly how he leads Banyan Hill Publishing, by writing about topics that get people wanting to read more. He explains how the most critical aspect for an writer to possess it to be able to utilize both narrative and excellent writing skills to explain the importance of mundane topics. Providing examples and clear explanation is also important because you want the reader be able to visualize the ideas you write about.
Although clearly not a fan of government regulation, Ted Bauman is a supporter of ordinary people becoming aware of confrontational problems. More and more people he is seeing are becoming interested in problem solving to everyday things.
Something that Ted Bauman recommends everyone do is be well informed. People need to know what is going on in important topics in the media. It is very important to do your own research, especially in his line of work as a writer an analyst. Ted Bauman Explains 3 Possible Stock Market Crash Outcomes