What follows is a recap of an article on Ted Bauman.
Ted Bauman is an editor at Banyan Hill Publishing, a publisher that provides investment advice to over 400,000 readers daily. Banyan focuses on natural resources, commodities, both small and mid-cap stocks, incorrectly-valued US Companies, and options strategies.
Ted’s a US-trained economist who, in the mid-80’s, emigrated to South Africa. In the aftermath of apartheid, Ted Bauman contributed to economic and urbanization policies of the South African government. Ted consulted with both European and African companies in the last decade of the 20th century and the first of the 21st. Ted Bauman’s economic research and analysis have been published in several respected journals.
Ted returned to the US in 2008 and served as Director of International Housing Programs at Habitat for Humanity in Atlanta, Ga. Then in 2013, Ted Bauman joined a publishing company that would go on to become Banyan Publishing. He soon developed a following among investors who could see he had serious economic chops enhanced by his international experience.
Since Ted is not a conventional stock analyst, he sees investments from a broader economic point of view. What results are unique insights, the kind of insights that savvy investors value. His training and experience as an economist allow him to see trends differently, perhaps with a broader view, than the typical stock analyst might. View Ted Bauman’s profile on LinkedIn
Ted also believes in and offers advice on establishing secondary citizenship in a foreign country. He covers this in his Plan B Club publication. The guide aims to give investor’s a detailed plan that enables them to protect their wealth by reducing tax and regulatory burdens.
As someone who apparently is a firm believer in staying very busy, Ted also edits the Bauman Letter, the Alpha Stock Weekly. As if that’s not enough, he also writes, on a weekly basis, for The Sovereign Investor Daily — a free newsletter published by Banyan Hill.
You can also find short bits of advice and useful links from Ted on StockTwits (just search for Ted Bauman). StockTwits provides short posts with links (kind of like that more general site named after bird sounds). There you will find quick takes on his concerns about rising interest rates, the extremely odd state of our economy, moving to Uruguay to protect your assets, and many more topics.
Ted’s eponymously named newsletter, The Bauman Letter, is aimed at helping folks get their financial ship in order, and to chart a course that will lead to sufficient money to cover their present and future (retirement) needs.
Mr. Bauman is also the author of the book, Where to Stash Your Cash (Legally).
After earning his US degree in economics, Ted earned his Masters Degree from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Read more: https://banyanhill.com/expert/ted-bauman/