Ted Bauman began his career as an editor in Banyan Hill in 2013. He is also an editor of the Alpha Stock Alert and the Bauman letter, Plan B Club and majors in international migration issues, asset protection, privacy, and low-risk management strategies. Bauman lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his family.
Ted Bauman has spent a good part of his life in helping people access the necessary resources that they need for a sovereign life that’s free from governmental oversight and corporate greed. Ted was raised in the Maryland Eastern shore after which he moved to South Africa while still young. While in South Africa, Ted joined Cape Town University and pursued a postgraduate degree in Economics and History. Bauman then served for 25 years in different roles in the various non-governmental organization as a fund manager on various low-cost housing projects.
Besides, he used to be a consultant for various clients in the World Bank and the United Nations. He also researched extensively and wrote widely on different matters relating to finance, urban planning, and housing. Ted Bauman then went back to the United States and served as a director of International Housing for Habitat for Humanity. In 2013, he resigned and began a career as a writer and researcher.
Working with various international housing firms has enabled him to gain vast skills and experience in the project. He has been to over 75 countries, Asia, Europe, Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean inclusive. The international exposure has helped him obtain the experience and knowledge that he requires to serve as an economist in any industry.
Ted Bauman is also an editor of the Sovereign Investor Daily and other different journals like Journal of Microfinance, Small Enterprise Development, New Internationalist, Environment and Urbanization, Cape Times as well as the Cape Argus.
During his lifetime career, Ted Bauman has helped over 14 million people in more than 35 nations. This marks an incredible component which has made him a hero with a great name that makes news headline. He is a mentor, and most people admire his success — the main reason he has been hosted for many interviews to share about his career.