Ted Bauman Gives Out Life Lessons

     Ted Bauman began working for Banyan Hill Publishing as an editor in 2013. His specializes in asset protection and low-risk investment strategies. As editor of The Bauman Letter, Plan B Stock Alert and Alpha Stock Alert, he has helped a number of people find the resources they need to get beyond the grasp of corporate greed.

Born and raised around the Washington D.C. area, Bauman moved to South Africa and graduated from the University of Capetown. During his 25 years in Cape Town, Bauman served in a variety of executive roles. His Slum Dwellers International project helped more than 13 million people in 35 countries.

During the 2000s, Bauman worked as a consultant and also served as a research writer. Some of his clients include the World Bank and the South African Government. When he returned to the U.S. about ten years ago, he began working for other non profits such as Habitat for Humanity. Bauman’s father, Robert Bauman is a former U.S. Congressman. He co-wrote the book How To Stash Your Cash (Legally), with his father.

His involvement with international housing projects have taken him all over the world. He has traveled extensively to parts of Asia, Africa and the Caribbean. Bauman says his global experiences gave him a new perspective. After learning about other cultures, he realized that it is never wise to put all of your wealth into one area. In fact, Bauman will tell you that it’s best to spread your wealth in many countries as possible.

Bauman says there are a wide range of options to build your wealth. Whether you put your money in countries that guarantee great wealth, finding more affordable health care or property that you can invest in, you can start building. Bauman’s monthly newsletter The Bauman Letter, is a great source of ideas to help you get your finances on track.

Bauman says his goal is to make all people live a safe and profitable existence. He says his wide array of personal advice is the key helping people position themselves into a comfortable life in the long term.

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