Born and bred in Washington, D.C, Ted Bauman is an icon in the financial investment field. He has a degree in history and economics from the University of Cape Town. He has made use of the education he acquired during his postgraduate degree to change people’s lives through Habitat for Humanity. His job provided him with the opportunity to travel around the world and change people’s lives. His team initiated an organization called Slum Dwellers International that assists people from different countries to live or have better lives.
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The world of finance has provided him with immense opportunities to help make other people’s lives more comfortable. His motivation toward this comes from the enormous passion he has to better other people’s lives. His vast experience and knowledge have made it possible for him to teach people how they can take advantage of investing. Ted Bauman has used his past mistakes as a stepping stone to learning the things he should avoid. Consequently, he uses the same lessons that he learned, to teach others.
Looking back at his life, he regrets not having utilized his time well when he was young. He looks back at how his productivity would have increased if he had made good use of his time. When advising other people, he advocates that young people should make good use of their time when they are still young. Ted Bauman echoes that the most important lesson he has learned as an investor is that time is money and limited, and it should be spent wisely. He believes in waking up early to start his day.
Ted Bauman believes that the world is a global village. Therefore, he advises investors to consider investing globally. He adds that having a sound financial strategy can prove to be profitable in the long-term. He is of the opinion that valuables should be kept in a safe place like the bank as opposed to a home safe. Apart from advising people, he has authored for the UN, non-governmental organizations, and the government of South Africa. His passion for passing on his vast knowledge led him to create three blogs that are published by Banyan Hill. His content has been on strategies to use when investing in disaster-proofing valuables.