Editorial Director at Banyan Publishing – Ted Bauman

Ted Bauman has been a writer ever since he graduated postgraduate degrees in economics and history from the University of Cape Town. Before joining Banyan Publishing as a Senior Editor, he worked at Smart Money Art as an Editor and Director of International Housing Programs at HHI – Habitat for Humanity International in Georgia. His literal works have been published in Journal of Microfinance, New internationalist, Guardian, Cape Times, South African Press, Small Enterprise Development and Environment and Urbanization. He is also the co-author of “Where to Stash Your Cash (Legally). Under the Banyan Publishing, he is currently the Editor of Alpha Stock Alert, The Bauman and Plan B Club. He became part of the Publishing Company in 2013, and his content is mainly on international migration, asset protection, low-risk investment, and privacy. He also publishes a weekly newsletter under The Sovereign Investor Daily.

Although he was born in Washington, Ted Bauman grew up in Maryland’s Eastern Shore. He moved to South Africa for his college. After graduation, he worked in South Africa in different capacities with local international organizations for more than 25 years. Bauman came back to the United States in 2008 and worked for an NGO up to 2013 before joining Banyan Hill Publishing. These experiences and knowledge gained from traveling and working in more than 75 countries made Bauman an investor who believes in diversifying your income. In his monthly newsletter (The Bauman Letter), Ted encourages his monthly subscribers to diversify their sources of income to worry less and have chances of making more money. He believes you can invest in gold, property, business, or even stocks and get a constant source of income.

Ted Bauman has a young daughter, and they live together in Atlanta, Georgia. On a typical, he takes his child to school and goes straight to work in his home office. For him to provide factual information to his readers and subscribers, he keeps up with current issues on a daily basis through social media and news channels. He also uses Stock Market Buy to keep him informed on the latest analysis of stocks in real time. Depending on his schedule for the day, his can work way past five in the evening. Ted is fascinated by ordinary individuals trying to find solutions to everyday problems. As someone who worked in fast food restaurants in his youth, he believes that the people at the bottom matter as those at the top. That’s why he recommends everyone to read Piketty’s Capital, a book that gives an analysis of the effect on income inequality in society.

Ted is active on both Twitter and Facebook where he shares his knowledge on investment matters. He also publishes finance content on Medium.

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