Ted Bauman has spent his career perfecting his understanding of financial markets in order to improve the chances of his clients to live financially freer lives. A knowledge of what it takes to work up from the bottom has inspired to Ted Bauman to learn the skills necessary to obtain financial freedom. Though born in Washington D.C., Ted Bauman spent his youth in South America, which gave him a better understanding of how people in less fortunate countries are accustomed to living. As a young man Ted Bauman pursued a vigorous course of education at the University of Cape Town, concentrating on history and economics. Mr. Bauman understood early on that history and economics did not exist in separate vacuums, instead one discipline informed the other. With a mastery of history and economics, Bauman is able to to understand and study financial markets.
For over twenty years Mr. Bauman worked in the non-profit sector, focusing on developing low income housing to assist the less fortunate began the long march towards upward mobility. During the same period of time Mr. Bauman was able to study low-risk investment management strategies. The goal with low-risk investment is not to try and turn a quick profit in the financial market. Rather, the goal is, quite simply, to develop a method to secure a stable and healthy return on an investment over a long lifespan.
Mr. Bauman believes that for low-risk management strategies to work it is imperative to be able the effects of a financial crash in order to better protect assets. The three outcomes that Mr. Bauman believes accompany market crashes are; a return to an average ratio on overvalued stocks, a yield curve from the U.S. Treasury, or a crash followed by a bounce back. Obviously with a crash and bounce back the key is to wait out a market crash rather than taking drastic measures. Mr. Bauman believes that understanding each of the three different outcomes of a financial crash will help his clients improve their financial lives and give them the freedom that they desire. Ted Bauman Explains 3 Possible Stock Market Crash Outcomes