In 2013, Ted Bauman stated working at Banyan Hill Publishing. He serves as the director of the Bauman letter other than that; Ted is also an editor of the Plan B club alongside the Alpha Stock Alert through which he specializes in asset protection to low-risk investment strategies. In recent times, Ted has been tackling various immigration issues. His professional life aside, he lives with his family in Atlanta Georgia.
Ted has committed his life to helping individuals live stress-free lives that are genuinely sovereign and free from the government’s oversight and corporate greed. He does this through the provision of resources that aid these people live life away from the constant surveillance of the state and various large corporations. Ted was born in Maryland and raised on its eastern shore however that didn’t stop him from emigrating to South Africa as a young man. In south Africa, Ted attended the University of Cape Town where he graduated with a post-graduate degree in economics and history.
During his long career in South Africa that spans more than two decades, Ted served in various executive roles in the non-profit sector. Most of the positions he held revolved around being the fund manager for different low-cost housing projects across South Africa. One effort Ted helped fund and currently prides himself about is the Slum Dwellers International which has to date come to the aid of more than 14 million individuals globally, across 35 different nations.
In the early 2000s, Ted served as a consultant who researched and wrote extensively on finance, urban planning matters for various clients and housing, some of his clients included the United Nations, the World Bank, some European grant creating agencies not forgetting the South African government itself. Ted later moved back to the United States where he was able to serve as the director for International Housing Programs under Habitat and Humanity International. He then quit this job in 2013 so that he could focus his full-time effort on researching and writing.
Ted’s long career working on several international housing projects has enabled him to travel across the world. It is astonishing that he has been able to visit more than 75 countries around the globe. What ted tells people from his experience traveling around the world is never to put all your eggs in one basket. What he means by this is that it is safer and even more profitable if individuals diversified in their businesses, how they store their wealth and also having multiple homes.