Ted Bauman came to Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013. He is the Alpha Stock Alert, Plan B Club, and the Bauman Letter’s editor. Ted specializes in privacy, asset protection, low-risk investment strategies, as well as international migration issues. He lives with his family in Atlanta GA. Most of his time has been spent on how to help people connect with their resources hence leading to a sovereign life that is free from corporate greed and government insight. Ted Bauman was born in Washington and grew up in the eastern shore of Maryland. As a young man, Ted later moved to South Africa. While in South Africa he attended the University of Cape Town where he graduated with his postgraduate degree in History and Economics. He worked for 25 years in South Africa where he served several executive positions in the non-profit industry and low-cost housing’s fund manager. He helped establish Slum Dwellers Internationals which has so far helped more than 14 million individuals in 35 different nations.
According to Ted, his day starts very early in the morning where he ensures that his daughter has gone to school and then gets back to his basement office. He does not commute, so he starts his work immediately in his office. Ted works till 5:00 pm regardless of how early he got out of bed. He is concerned about the current news on topics that concern his subscribers and readers. Ted Bauman argues that he is a writer and his job at Banyan Hill Publishing is to add value to the essential topics in ways that will motivate people to read more. As a writer, one has to utilize their excellent skills in writing as well as narrative skills to bring to people’s understanding of specific topics. For insane, a writer must have real-life experience to make your readers have the ideas in their mind’s eye according to Ted.
The fact that his readers are always asking about the nature of the United States’ economy as well as the global economy is one thing that excites Ted Bauman. Besides, Ted is productive because he manages his time correctly. Given another opportunity, he would go back and study how to manage time well from early times. He could have been more successful if he knew then what he knows currently. At the moment, Ted Bauman is aware of the significance of putting aside his day’s most productive part to handle what is in front of him.