Ted Bauman was born in Washington, D.C., and spent a better part of his childhood at Maryland’s eastern shore. He later moved to South Africa while still young, and it is here that he pursued his studies. Ted is a holder of two degrees; Economics and history both from the University of Cape Town. Bauman currently resides with his family in Atlanta. He has more than 25 years experience serving in different non-profit organizations. Ted was privileged to secure several executive roles and was majorly associated with funding low-cost housing projects.
In 2013, Ted Bauman moved to the Banyan Hill Publishing and was given the position of editing The Bauman Letter, Plan B Club, and Alpha Stock Alert. The initiative is aimed at offering protection to property and privacy. This similarly incorporates low-risk investment plans, migration issues, and asset protection. With this, one could easily elevate their trading strategies and is even more applicable to those in retirement.
Ted Bauman ensures that their clients have total command of their financial destiny. This is made possible by the vast provision of actionable strategies that target to not only protect but also grow an individual’s wealth. With this in mind, a person can genuinely reach their ultimate goals and live their dreams. Ted has made this possible after many years of gathering sufficient knowledge in housing and urban financial planning.
It was in the 2000’s during his work as a consultant that Ted Bauman delved into extensive research on the low-cost plans involving the World Bank, United Nations, the European grant-making agencies, and the South African government. When he returned to the USA in 2008, he embarked on the same mission and worked as Humanity Internationals’ Director of International Housing Programs. This took him five years after which he settled as a writer and full-time researcher.
With his involving career dealing with a lot of international housing projects, Ted has had the chance of traveling all over the world. He has a record of being in more than 75 nations in different continents including Asia, Africa, Caribbean, Europe, and Latin America. With all this experience, Ted Bauman has learned a major life lesson; it is wiser and even profitable to store your fortune in different countries. Different countries have different rates of offering certain services. One can easily have the various services from where they are offered best.
Finally, Bauman recommends the utilization of certain sensible economic opportunities and personal solutions for a better future. This is found in his The Bauman Letter, his personal newsletter, that is released on a monthly basis. He is also part of the FREE daily newsletter and the Sovereign Investor Daily.