Ted Bauman is the editor of several publications under Banyan Hill Publishing, including Alpha Stock Alert, The Bauman Letter, and Plan B Club. Although he is a native of the DC Metropolitan Area, the majority Mr. Bauman’s career was spent in South Africa, which he emigrated to in order to attend the University of Cape Town. After graduating with degrees in History and Economics, he decided to stay abroad, eventually landing in the public housing sector, when he worked as an executive for over 25 years. During his time in South Africa, Mr. Bauman also helped to launch several prominent initiatives, including Slum Dwellers International. He would later act as a consultant for a number of reputable institutions, including the United Nations and the World Bank. In 2013, Ted Bauman joined Banyan Hill Publishing, where he quickly garnered a significant audience due to his works regarding asset protection, alternative investment strategies, and international migration. Today he lives with his family in Atlanta, GA, where he generally works from his home office.
While Ted Bauman has worked in a number of capacities regarding finance, he cites his decision to become a financial writer, one that was inspired by his father, as the most fruitful period of his life. Despite making the switch in careers after over twenty years in a different arena, he was able to make money rather quickly due to his “financial background and experience in South Africa.” Mr. Bauman has been able to maintain this level of success since his initial foray to his staunch commitment to managing his time efficiently. He generally dives into work early in the morning, as, over the years, he’s come to discover that this period in the day is his most productive; because of this, he tends to “guard that time of day pretty stingily.”
On a typical day, Ted Bauman begins by catching up on news that covers incoming trends and specific topics that he wants to discuss with his audience. Because topics like finance and asset protection are often mundane to the average person, he utilizes his unique writing ability, coupled with real-world examples that help to highlight the nuances of the issue. Ted Bauman’s workday does not end until around 5 pm each day, regardless of the time that it started, and this dedication, is, in his opinion, one of the primary reasons for his audiences growth, and sustained readership.
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