Ted Bauman’s journey to becoming a financial writer is unconventional. He didn’t attend college in accounting or finance and he’s never worked in the commercial finance or investment industry; instead Bauman is an economist. In the 1980s Bauman migrated to Africa where he enrolled at the University of Cape Town where he earned degrees in history, economics, and political science.
While he lived in Africa, Ted Bauman worked in the non-profit sector as he managed housing finance systems for developers in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Additionally, in the late 1990s and 2000s Bauman traveled extensively throughout Africa and Asia as he served as a consultant for the European Governments and the United Nations. It was during this time period that Ted Bauman began to comprehend, the often complex, association between politics and economics.
In 2008, Bauman, with his family, moved back to the United States. Upon his arrival, Bauman worked as the Director of International Programs for a non-profit organization in Atlanta, Georgia. He worked in this position for five years; after which, in 2013, he became an editor at Banyan Hill Publishing. View Ted Bauman’s profile on LinkedIn
At Banyan Hill Publishing, Ted Bauman writes a monthly publication called The Bauman Letter where he gives readers the insight they need to gain wealth through ground-breaking, off the grid investments. Additionally, he has written a comprehensive course, Plan B Club, that provides information about how to gain secondary citizenship and about moving overseas; he also writes Alpha Stock Alert which is a weekly publication dedicated to stock trading.
Banyan Hill was originally founded as The Sovereign Society 1998, with the goal to give individuals the information they need to successfully make investments. In 2016, The Sovereign Society went through a rebranding process and became Banyan Hill Publishing. The goal of Banyan Hill Publishing is still to give its readers detailed information about potential investment opportunities, thus, allowing them to make their own investment decisions; but it also focus’ on asset protection and entrepreneurship. Read more: http://www.talkmarkets.com/contributor/Ted-Bauman