How Ted Bauman Approaches Investing

It was in 2013 that the professional investor Ted Bauman became an editor at Banyan Hill Publishing. He has three publications he edits; Plan B Club, Alpha Stock Alert, and The Bauman Letter. He has four financial specialties which are creating low-risk investment strategies, privacy, asset protection, and international migration. He is a resident of Atlanta, Georgia where he lives with his family.

Ted Bauman wants to help people live a life where they have all of the resources they need to be happy and free. He wants to do his part to help people be free of government oversite and the greed that plagues corporations. He is originally from Washington D.C. He grew up in Maryland and then moved to South Africa when he graduated from high school.

Once in South Africa, Ted Bauman attended the University of Cape Town. He has college degrees in both history and economics. He worked in South Africa for 25 years. He served as an executive in the nonprofit industry. His role was mainly working as a fund manager for housing projects that were designed for low-income households. One of the programs he managed is called Slum Dwellers Internationals. This nonprofit has helped house more than 14 million people located in 35 countries around the world.

Ted Bauman says that he uses his basement office as his workspace to write his publications. He says he does his best work early in the morning so after he gets his daughter to school he dives into his research and writing. He keeps himself informed of the news throughout the day so that he can make his readers aware of how the big stories will affect them. Check this article at Bloomberg.com to know more about Ted Bauman

 

A current trend that most interests Ted Bauman is how his readers are starting to see that the very nature of our economy is not in their best interests. The global economy is designed to work for huge companies, not regular people. People are starting to catch onto the fact that having the global economy built in this way is not going to produce good things for society and really only benefits businessmen and financiers, he says.

While he is generally against government regulation he does think that the lack of regulation of financial products is hurting normal people. Ted Bauman says that its good that people are finally becoming aware that there are big economic problems confronting people that need to be solved.

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