Banyan Hill Publishing Editor Ted Bauman

Ted Bauman was born in Washington, D.C. and grew up on the eastern shores of Maryland. He later migrated to South Africa when he was still young and graduated with a postgraduate economics and history degree from the University of Cape Town. For 25 years, he worked in South Africa as an executive in the nonprofit area, specifically as a fund manager involved with low-cost housing projects. One of his many projects includes the Slum Dwellers International, which has ended up helping more than 14 million people in 35 different states.

Mr. Bauman has appeared in numerous publications in international journals like the South African press, including Cape Argus, Cape Times, New Internationalist, and many more. He is also a co-author of the book called “Where to Stash Your Cash.” Ted has lived all his life directly assisting people to access important resources that will help them live free, sovereign lives without any governmental greed.

Mr. Ted currently works at Banyan Hill Publishing. His position is that of editor of Alpha Stock Alert and Bauman and Plan B Club. He joined this organization in September 2013. His specialty is international migration, asset protection, issues relating to low-risk investment, and privacy. All his work appears on a weekly basis in the Sovereign Investor Daily newsletter. That same year, he was a full-time writer and researcher and previously worked as an editor for Smart Money Alert. Before this job, he was the director of housing programs at Habitat for Humanity International. This was back in 2008 before traveling to the Caribbean and Latin American. While there, he did research and wrote on various topics that related to international development.

Ted Bauman was a consultant during the 2000s writing and doing extensive research on housing, financing, and urban planning for many clients at the United Nations, European grant agencies, and the government of South Africa.

If there is one thing that excites Mr. Ted Bauman, it is how his readers raise questions about the global economy. Although the western economy has previously dwelled on a corporation economy, the readers have started becoming curious about that strategy. It pleases him to witness people asking questions and looking for solutions that free capital movement brought about.

His greatest regret is failing to have time management skills while he was still young. Ted believes that he could have been able to increase his productivity over the years. This could also have helped him manage time better. He also regrets not familiarizing with the economics basics. Ted always keeps up with the emerging trends to stay informed on important matters, which he recommends to everyone.

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