In 2003, Ted Bauman joined up with Banyan Hill. Ted is in charge of editorial publications of Bauman Letter, wealth confiscation, as well as the investment newsletter. His responsibility in Bauman Letter is to look for safe ways to enable readers to preserve and secure their wealth. With the weekly newsletter, he can present to the subscriber’s ideas that will eventually be profitable.
His whole life he has helped people in the acquisition of resources for a better life. He was born in Washington, D.C. and brought up in Maryland’s east shore. In his early stages of life, he went to South Africa where he pursued his postgraduate degrees in Economics and History at Cape Town University. When he was the manager in the housing projects, he assisted in establishing Slum Dwellers, which has been of assistance to various people. Apart from working in the managerial post, he extensively wrote and researched various departments such as finance, housing and more. With the various jobs, he had the opportunity of traveling to Africa, Asia, and Europe.
Ted Bauman went back to the U.S. in 2008. He served with the housing department as the director and continued with his research and writing on matters to do with international development. In 2013, he decided to work as a full-time researcher and writer. Recently he collaborated with Robert Bauman, his father in writing a book, which talks about protection, investing and increasing of wealth. Follow Ted on Twitter.
Ted Bauman revealed various aspects of his life in an interview with Ideamensch. He says morning hours are his most constructive times. He is actively involved until 5 PM, trying to be updated on trends that his followers treasure. His main aim while writing is to note down important matters that will interest his followers such that they can keep reading. He continues to share that the main trend that excites him most is when his readers question the type of global economy. Most people asking if dealing with large businesses is a good financial tactic, will it produce benefits or not?
As a devoted man, he likes it when no one bothers him during his working hours as they are one of his productive moments. Also, he could not identify which was the worst job he did, but he learned how to work hard to make ends meet. He constantly keeps himself updated for the sake of his subscribers. Furthermore, he explains how he uses various websites to collect information. Read: https://analystoffinance.com/2018/01/ted-bauman-whats-wrong-bitcoin/
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— Ted Bauman Guru (@Ted_B_Guru) April 2, 2018