Ted Bauman has been working for Banyan Hill Publishing for five years now. He is the editor of multiple newsletters for the publishing company. He writes the Plan B Club, The Bauman Letter and Alpha Stock Alert. His newsletters cover many subjects that interest investors. As a businessperson and investor himself, Ted Bauman is able to educate readers about low risk investments, protection, international migration and privacy. He currently lives with his family in Atlanta, Georgia.
Ted Bauman has dedicated his entire career to teaching the people the necessities to living a life free of financial burdens. He directly points people in the direction with the correct content to living a fulfilled life. He tries to inspire people on ways they can live their lives without unneeded oversight from the government and the corporate consumption of greed. He was born in Washington, D.C. He grew up on the shores of Maryland. Once he grew up, he did a lot of traveling and moving around the world. He landed in South Africa where he attended the University of Cape Town. He graduated with degrees in history and economics. For the next twenty five years, he served the African nation by working with many nonprofit organizations. He worked as an executive managing funds for in expensive housing. He was one of the people that founded Slum Dwellers Internationals. This organization has been beneficial to over fourteen million people in dozens of countries.
Ted Bauman teaches his readers many things. Lately, the editor has been penning about the economy to investors. He advises readers to not solely limit their attention to the U.S. economy but also the global economy. Many people are questioning the current economy, especially big business. He notes that Western governments have always encouraged big businesses. Now more than ever are people looking for strategies to make big business benefit society as a whole instead of the the top one percent. He hopes that more people will get involved with bug businesses around them. Having an active role in society’s economics better positions people for a life of financial freedom.