As the current editor of the Alpha Stock Alert, The Bauman Letter, and the Plan B Club, Ted Bauman keeps investors informed on the methods they can use to invest and expand their financial wealth. Ted came on board with Banyan Hill Publishing four years ago at the same time that he joined the Sovereign Society, and his publications put an emphasis on asset protection and investment strategies. Along with his Father,former US congressman Robert Bauman, he co-authored the book, “Where To Stash Your Cash (Legally). Mr. Bauman has also written articles on the state of health care coverage in the United States, advice on donating to nonprofits, and the ways government collects information on individuals.
Ted is a winner of the Templeton Foundation investment competition, named after the late Sir John Templeton. This competition encourages innovation in investment and new ideas. In addition he has had work featured in South African press publications like Mail and Guardian, the Journal of Microfinance, Cape Argus, New Internationalist, and Cape Times. Before joining Banyan Hill Publishing, Mr. Bauman served as a consultant for clients like the government of South Africa and the United Nations, on issues relating to urban, housing, and financial planning. He also traveled to the Caribbean and Latin America when he served with Habitat for Humanity International as their Director of International Housing Programs. Mr. Bauman has written extensively on the lending and debt crisis in the United States and the existing inequality between wealth and income. In September of this year, he was a guest speaker at the Total Wealth Symposium which was held at the Diplomat Resort Hotel in Hollywood, Florida.
Ted Bauman emigrated to South Africa from the United States, having been born in Washington D.C. He received postgraduate degrees in Economics and History from the University of Cape Town. Over the next 25 years he spent the majority of his time working with low-cost housing projects as a fund manager. He helped to organize Slum Dwellers International which has worked in 35 countries, assisting over 14 million people. Ted returned to the United States from South Africa in 2008 and he and his family currently reside in Atlanta, Georgia.