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.