Ted Bauman is an editor at Banyan Hill Publishing as of 2013. Bauman specializes in privacy, asset protection and international migration. Bauman lives in Atlanta, GA. Bauman was born in Washington. D.C. Bauman spent many years in South Africa and subsequently graduated from the University of Cape Town. Ted Bauman studied Economics and History at the University of Cape Town. As a result of residing in South Africa for 25 years, Ted Bauman was involved in a variety of roles, specifically fund manager for low-cost housing.
Ted Bauman has been involved in the implementation of urbanization policies and economic policies. Ted Bauman was a consultant to many establishments such as African and European governments. As a result of this experience, he understands the political and economic facets. In an article with Gazette Day, they summarize the idea of protecting your wealth. The advice comes from Bauman. The article describes the importance of developing a view point on the stocks. The article advises those to look for patterns and analyze the market.
Bauman subsequently initiated his work with Banyan Hill Publishing. Banyan Hill Publishing was formally known as Sovereign Society. Bauman joined in 2013. He joined as a part-time editor and aimed to acquire his father’s preexisting asset management portfolio. Bauman is the editor of The Bauman Letter. The Bauman Letter is a monthly publication release that is intended to enable readers to preserve and grow their wealth through investment. In an article with Forbes, Bauman describes the importance of foreign income. Bauman describes the way foreign income is utilized within the system and which companies receive more.
Bauman has begun writing for Smart Money service. Bauman developed the algorithm for this program with Wall Street experts. Bauman believes that because he is an economist and not a conventional stock analyst, he offers a different perspective as opposed to the conventional analysis. Bauman utilizes a twitter account where he shares article regarding recent topics he discussed as editor on Banyan Hill Publishing’s website