Ted Bauman is an Editor at Banyan Hill Publishing since 2013 and currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia. He is an editor of The Bauman Letter, Alpha Stock Alert and Plan B Club. These all focus on the topic of investing specifically asset protection, low-risk investment strategies, privacy and international migration issues. Ted Bauman received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from The State University of New York then went on to earn his MBA in Finance at Georgia State University. HE then graduated from the University of Cape Town in South Africa with postgraduate degrees in Economics and History. Bauman spent 25 years of his career in South Africa where he worked in the nonprofit sector. He was a fund manager for low-cost housing projects which included Slum Dwellers Internationals which has helped over 14 million people.
Ted Bauman credits success as a writer to being able to “utilize excellent writing skills and narrative skills to explain mundane topics like finance and asset protection.” He also says that getting up earlier and time management tend to make him most productive. He claims that he is not “a great time manager” but knows when he is most productive and uses that time of the day to get “the hardest work done.” In fact, when asked if he could start over again, what he would do different, he stated that he would learn time management habits earlier which would have made him much more productive. Ted Bauman states that his worst jobs were “typical minimum wage jobs” like McDonalds, Burger King, gas stations and restaurants. He states that those jobs taught him “what it’s like to be a person in a working-class environment which ultimately allowed him to “appreciate the fact that if you really want a society to thrive over the long term, you have to pay attention to the welfare of the people at the bottom as well as the top.”
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