A short intro into Ted Bauman’s Bio

Ted Bauman was born in Washington D.C. and raised on Maryland’s eastern shore. He later migrated to South Africa where he graduated from the University of Cape Town with postgraduate degrees in economics and history.

He has also graduated with degrees in business administration from the State University of New York and MBA in finance from Georgia state university. He is known for his willingness to help people manage their resource to achieve a sovereign life.

Still, in South Africa, Ted worked in various executive positions in nonprofit organizations. His views included being a fund manager for low-cost housing projects. He was one of the founders of slum dwellers internationals which has gone on to help over 14 million people in over 30 different countries.

He currently lives in Atlanta GA with his family and works as an editor and writer at Banyan Hill Publishing. He started working at the firm in September 2013. He specializes in low-risk investment strategies and asset protection.

On an article on askreporter.com, Ted Bauman gave tips on how to protect one’s wealth. Some of the ideas include investing in a home safe or lockbox that is fireproof and waterproof. He went on and said that homes aren’t the best places to store ones most valuable possessions one not to store all the assets in one place.

Another idea is a safe-deposit box at a local bank or foreign banks where your things are locked away out of sight but still readily accessible when required. Ted Bauman also included independent storage vaults which are not associated with financial institutions both in the U.S and even in foreign countries.

In another article in gazetteday.com Ted Bauman gave tips on protecting one’s wealth from the next market crash. The tips include creating a protection plan around an investment, protecting investments by investing in stocks and bonds. This allows bond investors to remain calm even on unstable market days.

The last tip is investing in both stocks and bonds since investing in bonds protects portfolio when the stock market crashes while investing in stocks aid in boosting a collection when stocks rally.