Ted Bauman is an investing expert, and he shares his expertise with the world through articles and letters. Currently, he works as the editor of the Plan B Club, The Bauman Letter, and Alpha Stock alert and he joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013. At Banyan, he majors in asset security, global migration issues and offering strategies of how to capitalize on low-risk investments. Before these positions, Ted Bauman was editor of Smart Money Alert, served as director in International Housing Programs and has as well served as a consultant for universal governments and the United Nations. He has an experience of over twenty-five years as a fund manager for both for-profit and non-profit projects having worked and lived in South Africa. His attainment of postgraduate degrees in Economics and History from the University of Cape Town has boosted his career and has helped him achieve his lifetime objectives. He loves his writing job and enjoys sharing his experience and expertise with people which he does interestingly to entice more readers especially on topics regarding asset protection. He is for the idea that a writer should be able to explain why they choose the subjects they write and why they are essential to the reader which he does.
Ted Bauman is keen to judge the returns in the market and therefore advise people accordingly. In one of his articles, he explains three possible events where a stock market is likely to collapse hence preparing people for certain eventualities. The fact that he does a lot of research before writing any articles means that the information he gives is valid and reliable which makes his work unique. On his part, Ted Bauman takes pride in taking part as a fund manager in a low-cost housing project in South Africa. Additionally, he helped to establish a foundation called Slum Dwellers International which has helped more than fourteen million individuals in thirty-five countries globally. In that case, Ted Bauman has his unique way of giving back to the community and does not forget where came from as South Africa is a significant beneficiary of this initiative. According to him, he is evident in the fact that nobody is perfect, and people experience challenges, but the manner in which they handle them is what brings the difference. In that case, when one makes mistakes, they should not waste time there but use them as a stepping stone