Ted Bauman started his a career in Banyan Hill in 2013. He also works as an editor of the Plan B Club, Bauman letter, as well as the Alpha Stock Alert. In his work, Bauman specializes in privacy, asset protection, low-risk management strategies as well as international migration issues. Bauman currently lives with his family in Atlanta, GA.
Ted has spent a substantial part of his life trying to assist individuals to access the right resources they need hence living a sovereign life which is free from corporate greed and governmental oversight. Having been raised in the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Ted moved to South Africa while he was young. While living in South Africa, Ted went to Cape Town University and did his Economics and History postgraduate degree. Following his 25 years in South Africa, he served in different roles in different non-profit organizations. In the non-profit industry, he served as a fund manager on various low-cost housing projects.
Ted Bauman also worked for different clients such as the World Bank and United Nation as a consultant who researched and wrote extensively on matters regarding fiancé, urban planning as well as housing. Ted went back to the US and worked with the Humanity International as their International Housing for Habitat for Humanity as their director. He later moved out and worked as a writer and research in 2013.
The career of Ted Bauman in working with several international housing companies has enabled him to gain a lot of knowledge in the venture. In his career, he has gone to more than 75 countries including Asia, Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, and Latin America. Such global experience has given Ted the knowledge he needs to venture into any industry as an economist and avoid putting all his eggs in one basket in the entire venture.
Ted also writes on the Sovereign Investor Daily, along with other journals such as Small Enterprise Development, Journal of Microfinance, Environment and Urbanization, New Internationalist, Cape Times, and the Cape Argus. In his entire venture, Ted Bauman has helped more than 14 million people in over 35 nations. That has a remarkable component that has made him be a great man and a topic among many people who admire his success.