Ted Bauman was born in Washington DC but raised the eastern shore of Maryland. As a young lad, he migrated to South Africa where graduated with a post-graduate degree in History and Economics at the University of Cape Town.
He also attended the State University of New York where he studied Business Administration (1989-1993) and Georgia State University where he studied MBA Finance (1999-2001). Ted had 25 career years of experience where he served several executive duties in the non-profit sector (acted as a manager in charge of funding low-cost housing developments).
Ted Bauman significantly assisted in the founding of the Slum Dwellers International which has helped more than 14 million individuals in 35 diverse countries. Currently, he is the Bauman Letter, Alpha Stock Alert, and Plan B Club editor at the Banyan Hill Publishing.
Ted Bauman Guru tries to demonstrate how the new housing affluent generates enticing investments. Bauman explains that in the world of today it becomes costly for new home-seekers to buy real estates.
On the other side, this poses a great opportunity for real estate investors to build more real estates and sell them. Looking at statistics, the cost of acquiring a new home has risen by 50% ever since 2012.
The real estate investment trust (REIT) stakeholders welcome investors in search of income from dividends and possibly higher wealth appreciation at low risks of investing in them. According to Ted Bauman, real estate investment is the next big thing.
In another article, Ted Bauman he reveals the insanity of zero tolerance immigration policies. He says that President Donald Trump ordered the “Zero tolerance” policy, imposed strict justification and regime in all scopes of the immigration by-law.
However, this action is causing disruptions in the American investments, crab pickers, and learning institutions. As a result, a lot of serious constitutional-based questions are being raised concerning the right to the United States of America citizenship.
In his opinion, insanity is not only seen in cognitive illnesses but also in irrationality and foolishness as depicted in a scenario that the president called the US immigration by-laws “insane.”