Ted Bauman is a renowned editor of Plan B Club, Alpha Stock Alert, and The Bauman Letter. Bauman became a member of Banyan Hill Publishing in the year 2013. Bauman’s editorial arts specializes in privacy, low-risk investment strategies, international migration issues, and asset protection. Presently, Ted Bauman lives with his family in Atlanta, GA.
Ted Bauman has dedicated his life to helping people to access the resources that they need for them to lead a more enjoyable experience. Ted has always been having intentions of assisting other people to use the available resources to conduct a genuinely sovereign life that is free from corporate greed and oversight from government agencies.
Ted was born in Washington DC and grew up on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Bauman emigrated to Africa particularly in South Africa at a young age. While in South Africa, Bauman studied at History and Economics in the University of Cape Town and later graduated with the two postgraduate degrees. Ted Bauman spent over 25 years in South Africa. Over the period, Ted served in various executive positions in the non-profit sector. Initially, Ted worked as a fund manager for a low-cost sheltering program. Ted will remain to be remembered for founding the Slum Dwellers that has helped millions of people and has become an international project.
Ted Bauman spends most of the time in writing for Banyan Hill Publishing. He says that he enjoys his job and ensures that he writes on various topics in a manner that makes people keep on scrolling. Ted does not just write but focuses on bringing up insight on critical issues that directly touch people’s lives. He uses real-life examples with the aim of making people see his ideas in their minds.
Bauman is ever excited by the manner that his followers have developed a tendency to question the nature of the global economy. Ted wants his readers to open up their minds and practice creation of businesses that can sustain long-term profit generation and economic growth for the entire society and not for the entrepreneurs only. Bauman aspires to see people adopting developmental regulations and guidelines for financial assets.