Specializing in low-risk investment strategies and advising clients on protecting their assets, Ted Bauman joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013 and became the writer and editor of several of its financial publications, among them, The Bauman Letter, Alpha Stock Alert and Plan B. In his monthly 16-page newsletter, he gives investors tips on how to explore opportunities and increase their capital. His step-by-step instructions helps investors take control of their personal finances while watching out for the types of scams and greed that can be a part of the financial industry.
In addition to being in charge of editing for Banyan Hill Publishing, Ted Bauman is also on the article writing website known as Medium, where he continues to impart his knowledge to those who are interested in how to invest their funds effectively, and he created a trading app called Smart Money Alert that is focused on helping people invest their money in a wiser and safer way. Before securing his current position, he worked in South Africa for 25 years in a number of executive positions, including as a Funds Manager for low-income housing projects. Read this article at Medium.com.
Ted Bauman started out in the work force as a fast food worker when he was in his youth, and he feels that those types of jobs helped him understand what would be needed in order for a society to thrive financially over a long period of time. Some of the advice he gives when it comes to securing liquid assets involves using safe deposit boxes at home and in banks. He thinks that it’s important to be diverse when protecting valuables by not putting them all in one place. He teaches investors how to be prepared for things like inflation and market crashes, encouraging them to plan their future based more on value instead of just price. Meet the experts at Sovereign Society.
After graduating from high school in his birthplace of Washington, DC, Ted Bauman decided to go study abroad in the country of South Africa, where he eventually graduated from the University of Cape Town with degrees in Economics and History. After working for a couple of decades as a housing executive in that country, he returned to the U.S. in 2008 and became the Director for Habitat for Humanity in Atlanta, Georgia, where he currently lives. He began his work as a researcher and writer after leaving HFH, and he has been published in many journals all over the world.