Ted Bauman is a senior editor at Banyan Hill Publishing where he moved to in 2013. He is the author of The Bauman Letter, Alpha Stock Alert and Plan B Club. He offers information on asset protection and low-risk investment strategies. Currently, he lives in Atlanta after spending many years in foreign countries. He has spent his career helping people get information on how they can live a life free from government interference as well as corporate fraud. Ted Bauman was born in Washington, he up in Maryland and attended university in South Africa.
Ted Bauman joined the University of Cape grew Town and holds two degrees from this institution in Economics and history. He proceeded to spend 25 years in South Africa working with different nonprofits organizations. He mainly spent his career as a fund manager for organizations that dealt with low-cost housing projects. He was one of the founders of the Slum Dwellers International, an organization which has benefited over 14 million low-income earners in 35 countries with low-cost housing.
Ted Bauman has also worked as a consultant in matters of finance, urban planning, and housing for the United Nations, World Bank, European agencies and the government of the United States. Ted returned to the United States in 2008, where he was appointed a director of International Housing Programs for Habitat for Humanity International.
Through the work he has done with low-cost housing projects, he has traveled to many locations around the world. He has been to 75 countries throughout his career on work missions. From experience he has gathered from the industries he has worked in, he understands that storing all your eggs in one basket is not a wise decision and it is possible that you can get knocked off the ground financially easily. He is now using the knowledge he has gathered from all the many years he has been around the globe to help the people. The lessons he has about low-risk investments is particularly important in changing the lives of the people. He is also showing people how they can protect vital assets that they own.