Ted Bauman is among the few people who have used their careers to change the lives of many societies. As a veteran journalist, Bauman has shown strong commitment in providing his readers with informative resources focused on giving them the power to lead an independent life that is devoid of undue interference from the government or big business establishments.
Ted Bauman is well vast in low-risk investment strategies, privacy, international migration and asset protection. Since 2013, Mr. Bauman has spent his prime career time in Banyan Hill Publishing where he has perfectly executed his mandate as editor of The Bauman Letter, Plan B Club and Alpha Stock Alert. Ted also doubles up as a writer for The Sovereign Investor Daily and FREE daily newsletter.
Both The Bauman Letter and The Alpha Stock Alert provide advice on financial issues. The Bauman Letter specifically is tailored for readers who are in dire need of actionable ways to build wealth, achieve freedom from public attention and ultimately live their desired level of lifestyle. The Alpha Stock has won the hearts of many readers who are in constant search of means to grow and protect their wealth.
Ted’s experience in financial issues that enable him to supply readers with valuable advice on their financial concerns has been built over years that he spent in various high-profile organizations. Though Mr. Bauman’s was born Washington, D.C., he found himself spending over two decades in South Africa, a location that played a pivotal role in shaping his career. Before starting to work in South Africa, Ted advanced his education at the University of Cape Town where he completed his postgraduate education in Economics and History. He later went to occupy high-ranking positions in nonprofit organizations in the African nation. Serving as a fund managers gave Ted prerequisite skills, which enabled him to found Slum Dwellers Internationals, a nonprofit that has given over 14 million people across the world access to proper housing at affordable rates. Bauman also worked as a consultant tasked with research and report writing on urban planning, housing and finance issues. In this capacity, Ted got a chance to work with notable clients among them, the United Nations, Government of South Africa, and the World Bank.
Today, Ted Bauman lives in Atlanta, GA. Besides writing for various media houses, Ted’s work has also been featured on several platforms across the globe, which include the Journal of Small Enterprise Development, Cape Argus and the Guardian among others.