Washington, D.C. native Ted Bauman is an experienced researcher and writer. He has also served as an executive and fund manager with a number of non-profits for many years. Bauman has expertise working with low-cost housing projects including Slum Dwellers Internationals. That organization has helped almost 15 million people and has a presence in 35 countries globally. Ted Bauman has lived and worked in more than 75 countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe and Latin America. He has developed a reputation for providing people with tips on lucrative business investment opportunities worldwide. Follow him on Twitter.
Since 2013, Bauman has been an editor with Banyan Hill Publishing. The Atlanta, Georgia resident’s work regularly appears in The Sovereign Investor Daily, a free Banyan Hill publication. Ted Bauman writes informative articles on urban development, housing and finance. He’s also editor of the Plan B Club, Alpha Stock Alert and The Bauman Letter. In his pieces he gives valuable insight on asset protection, low-risk investment strategies, privacy issues and international immigration. He recently published ‘Where to Stash Your Cash (Legally)’ which he and his father, former U.S. Congressman Robert Bauman, co-authored.
Ted Bauman has vast experience in international affairs. He earned postgraduate degrees in Economics and History at the University of Cape Town during the 25 years he lived and worked in South Africa. Ted Bauman worked as a researcher and consultant with a number of grant-making organizations based in Europe as well as with the South African government, the World Bank and the United Nations. Bauman became director of Habitat for Humanity International’s global housing programs when he came back to the United States in 2008. In 2013, he left to pursue his researching and writing career full-time. Read more about Ted Bauman at talkmarkets.com
All around the world Ted Bauman is known for working to help people live as sovereign citizens free from unwarranted government oversight and the greed of corporations. His work has appeared in a wide array of publications including the Mail and Guardian, The Internationalist and Cape Times in South Africa, as well as the Journal of Microfinance, Environment and Urbanization and Small Enterprise Development. Ted Bauman’s international experience has taught him the wisdom of diversifying the industries and countries in which people invest and do business. Ted Bauman goal for his writing is to help people enrich their lives, become aware of global economic opportunities and make a positive impact on communities all around the world. View: https://inspirery.com/ted-bauman/