Who is Ted Bauman?

Ted Bauman has faithfully served Banyan Hill Publishing for the past five years. He edits both the Plan B club and the Bauman Letter. He also contributes to the Sovereign Investor Daily as well as the Alpha Stock Weekly. His articles are based around stock recommendations, personal strategies in wealth acquisition as well as life abroad.

His time in South Africa

He made South Africa home for slightly more than a quarter century where he carved out a career as a fund manager. He studied History and Economics at the University of Cape Town at a postgraduate level. His initial training in economics had come during his formative years in the US.

Upon immigrating to South Africa, he was an active policy maker as the African country took steps in the post-apartheid season. Governments across Africa and Europe sought his counsel on matters economics. He made constant visits to these countries and learned how the politics of the land impacted the economic status.

Numerous articles on economics were published in his name. The journal of Microfinance is one of the many renowned publications that has had a glimpse of the work of Ted Bauman.

Returns Home

In 2008, Ted Bauman found his way back home. Upon arrival he was hired to direct International Programs for a leading nonprofit in Atlanta. Five years later he became part of the team at Banyan Hill Publishing on a part-time basis. His vast experience enables him make light work of assessing the status of different organizations. He shares his knowledge with great ease and has earned a great following thanks to this.

Contrary to what is common among stock analysts, Ted Bauman looks at the investment pool from every possible angle. He is well known for his keen eye on the potential of different market. He is also good at smoking out what may lead to unprecedented losses for investors.

In the recent past, a growing number of his readers have expressed interest in the nature of the global economy. One strategy that has seen numerous Western economies bend backwards to make room for booming businesses has particularly raised a lot of concern. Ted Bauman loves it when his clients question all that goes on rather than going with the flow. He is always ready to weigh in on such matters.

Michael Lacey – Mentoring the Next Generation of Scholars

 Michael Lacey- Mentoring the Next Generation of Scholars

Born on 26th September 1959, Michael Thoreau Lacey, popularly referred by many as Michael Lacey is a distinguished American mathematician who holds a Ph.D. from University of Illinois’ Urbana- Champaign. He received his Ph.D. in mathematics from the institution in 1987. Michael’s thesis was focused on the field of probability, more specifically in the Banach spaces.

Michael Lacey is credited for having solved a mathematical problem that touches on the law of iterated logarithm, specifically on empirical characteristic functions. During his post-university years, Michael’s work has revolved around areas such as ergodic theory, harmonic analysis, and probability. Read more: Michael Lacey | Wikipedia and Michael Lacey | GAtech

After leaving the University of Illinois, Michael Lacey secured postdoctoral positions at the University of North Carolina and Louisiana State University. While working at the University of North Carolina, he teamed with his former academic advisor Walter Philipp to offer proof of the central limit theorem.

From 1989 up to 1996, Michael Lacey was working at Indiana University before been awarded a postdoctoral fellowship by the National Science Foundation.

During the short tenure of his fellowship, Michael embarked on studying bilinear Hilbert transform, which was then a subject of contention for the prolific scholar Alberto Calderon. In 1996, Michael and Christoph Thiele came together to solve this transform. As a result of their work, the duo was rewarded with the Salem Prize.

From 1996 to date, Michael Lacey has been teaching mathematics at Georgia Institute of Technology. His research work has been awarded and recognized by many organizations including Guggenheim Fellowship as well as the Simons Foundation. Michael has further served as director of training for several grants like MCTP and VIGRE awards.

These awards are sponsored by NSF, a foundation that has sponsored numerous graduate students, undergraduates, and postdocs. Besides teaching mathematics, Michael has advised countless undergraduates who have excelled in their respective graduate programs. Almost all the graduate and Ph.D. students he has mentored have excelled in their industry jobs. Michael Lacey has mentored over 10 postdocs.

Conclusion

Michael Lacey doubles up as a mentor besides being an outstanding mathematician. He has really mentored a generation of scholars throughout his career.

The Chainsmokers & Their Journey on the Billboard Charts

The Chainsmokers have been releasing music since 2014, but their first album only came out less than a year ago. This approach doesn’t work for everyone, but it certainly worked for Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart – The Chainsmokers.

In 2014, when they first linked up, The Chainsmokers began making music, releasing singles every couple of months to build interest. They released songs like “#Selfie,” “Paris,” and more during this time.

Now The Chainsmokers are one of the most well-known, most listened-to dance groups of all time, rivaling the Gorillaz. In fact, in May the Chainsmokers tied the Gorillaz with their 34th week on the Billboard Chart’s dance category.

It wasn’t purely the dance category that The Chainsmokers dominated in 2017. They were also atop the US Billboard 200 for a period of time. At the end of 2017, their album was still number 21 on the US Billboard 200.

During their reign a top the Billboard Chart’s dance category, the Chainsmokers were knocked off, momentarily, several times. Acts and artists such as Above & Beyond, Avicii, Kygo, and Odesza all took the top spot away from the Chainsmokers for a short period of time.

About Alex Pall & Andrew Taggart

The Chainsmokers didn’t always include Andrew Taggart. In fact, it wasn’t until Pall’s previous partner bailed on him did Taggart join the group.

Andrew Taggart had connections with Interscope Records because he was interning their, attempting to break into the music industry. When someone at Interscope heard that Alex Pall needed a new partner, he suggested that Taggart meet up with him. That’s exactly what Taggart did. He took a bus from Maine to New York and met his new musical partner.

Alex Pall was making music and DJing in New York. After meeting Andrew Taggart, his career really began to take off. Their first single was “#Selfie,” an instant success. Prior to releasing an album, over a dozen singles were released by the Chainsmokers. Songs like “Paris” and “Don’t Let Me Down” kept The Chainsmokers’ hype high until an album was released.

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