Ted Bauman is an editor and writer at Banyan Hill Publishing. He writes articles in asset protection and low-risk investment strategies. Most of his tips are acquired by extensive research on the current trends in the market before sharing the findings with the rest of the population. He edits his three publications the Plan B Club, Alpha Stock Alert, and The Bauman Letter. His insights and analysis have helped many people in the society to thrive in their financial aspirations.
Apart from his research work, Ted Bauman has gained a lot of experience in the finance industry that helps him in his day to day work. He was born in Washington DC, but later in his teens, he relocated to South Africa. While in SA he studied at the University of Cape Town where he got a postgraduate degree in Economics and History. He immediately started working after school for several companies as a fund manager. One of his projects for providing affordable housing for Slum Dwellers International was particularly successful by providing homes for 14 million people in 35 countries.
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Ted Bauman spent a significant amount of time in South Africa during the post-apartheid era which made him assist in formulating urbanization policies. In his consultancy, he worked with The World Bank, United Nations and the government of South Africa among other big names worldwide. His work gave him an opportunity to visit many different countries expounding his understanding of the impact of politics and economics in the society. Bauman returned to the United States in 2008 and worked briefly as a Director for International Housing Programs. He later quit and concentrated on his publications.
Ted Bauman has been published by many international journals such as the Guardian, Small Enterprise Development and The Journal of Microfinance. In one of his recent articles, he has shared tips on how to secure liquid assets. Bauman noticed too many people were getting burned to the ground by either natural catastrophes or human-made ones like burglars. He suggests people should either have a home safe, a safe deposit box in the bank, safe deposit box in a foreign bank or an independent vault in the US or a foreign country.
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