Ted Bauman is an economist born in Washington D.C and raised in Maryland. He emigrated to South Africa in his younger years where he pursued a career in economics and history. He worked in various executive roles in the nonprofit sector and had a successful career for over 25 years. In 2013 he joined Banyan Hill publishing and now serves as editor for various publications. Some of these publications include The Bauman Letter, Plan B Club, and Alpha Stock Alert. His publications mainly focus on low-risk investment strategies and asset protection.
Today, Ted Bauman considers himself a writer. Saying that above all, his job is to write. To take topics that people normally would have a hard time reading and educating themselves about, and make them not only bearable, but ensure that people want to read them and have a good time doing so. He uses his expertise in economics and investments and combines that with his writing skills in order to teach people important topics. He mainly focuses on what people find interesting, like why the economy is changing and how it works. Ted Bauman’s job is to let people know why certain topics are so important to understand. Why it’s important to protect your assets or why people should have a low-risk investment strategy and put it to use.
Ted Bauman also joined as a speaker and special guest at the Total Wealth Symposium. A convention that has been taking place for years, run by Paul Mampilly. The goal for Total Wealth Symposium goal this year is to make sure that every person in attendance makes $1 million by the end of the year. Topics like cyber security and investment strategies are covered in great detail at the convention and many experts gather to share their knowledge with attendees. The research Ted Bauman has done for his publications along with his extensive knowledge in the field of economics made him an excellent asset to the convention. Other experts include Ian King, who has over two decades of experience as a financial analyzer, Matt Dadiali, professor of geology at the University of North Carolina, whose expertise makes him the perfect person to inspect the oil and mining industries and their economics.
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