Since 2013, Ted Bauman has been a team member of Banyan Hill Publishing, acting as the editor of publications such as The Bauman Letter, Alpha Stock Alert, and Plan B Club, which focus on low-risk investment strategies, asset protection, and international migration issues. Prior to joining Banyan Hill Publishing, Mr. Bauman worked in South Africa as an executive in the nonprofit sector, having emigrated there in his early adulthood to attend the University of Cape Town. During his time in South Africa, which spanned 25 years, Ted Bauman worked in conjunction with a number of reputable institutions, including the World Bank, and also helped to found a number of initiatives that have helped millions of people around the world. Today he lives in Atlanta, GA, with his wife and daughter.
Ted Bauman’s day generally begins early in the morning at his home office, after he’s taken his daughter to school, and ends at about 5 pm each day. He begins with research, where he tracks the most pertinent financial trends of the hour, in an effort to give his readers and subscribers the information that matters the most in regards to their investing concerns. Utilizing his superior narrative abilities, he often includes real-life examples in his articles, finding that the information is much better received when they can be attached to pertinent events. In order to remain productive throughout the day, Ted Bauman adheres to a strict schedule, in which time management is heavily emphasized, although he admits that it is difficult to “resist having to do things in the morning, other than work.” He credits his time working at minimum wage jobs, such as Burger King, during his youth, as the catalyst for his concern and appreciation regarding the welfare of people at all levels of employment.
With financial sovereignty being such a significant part of his motivation, Ted Bauman often emphasizes asset protection, particularly in case of a market crash. Today, market volatility is inherent amongst investors, making a solid plan of action, a must. Because of this, he recommends approaching investing with a balanced viewpoint and understanding of the current goings-on.