In 2013, Ted Bauman went to work for Banyan Hill Publishing. The serves as the editor of the Alpha Stock Alert, the Plan B Club, and The Bauman Letter. His specialties include international migration issues, asset protection, low-risk investment strategies, and privacy. He lives with his family in Atlanta, Georgia.
Ted Bauman has dedicated his life to helping place individual’s directly in touch with the resources required to live a life of sovereignty, free from corporate greed, and governmental oversights. He was raised on the eastern shore of Maryland, and born in Washington D.C. When he was a young man, he emigrated to South Africa, and received postgraduate degrees in History, and Economics from the University of Cape Town. During his 25-year South African career, Ted Bauman served the nonprofit sector in numerous executive positions. This was primarily in the capacity of a fund manager for housing projects with low-costs. He was one of the founders of Slum Dwellers Internationals, which has helped more than fourteen million individuals located in 35 separate countries.
Ted Bauman served as a consultant in the 2000’s, and his writing, and research focused on finance, and issues in urban, and housing planning. His clients were diverse including the European grant-making agencies, the South African government, the World Bank, and the United Nations. He returned to the United States in 2008, and served Habitat for Humanity International as the Director of International Housing Programs. In 2013, he left to pursue full-time writing, and research.
Ted Bauman has traveled the world for numerous projects in international housing. He has been a visitor in 75 countries, with extensive travels in the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. He learned from his experiences that placing all his eggs in the same basket is not wise. He finds storing his wealth in numerous countries is safer, and more profitable. He has learned about storing gold, and banking in Switzerland, Costa Rica’s more reasonable health care, Uruguay’s finest oceanside property, and where cash should be placed for the future. Ted Bauman recommends many economic opportunities, and personal solutions in his monthly Bauman newsletter to help his subscribers lead more enriched lives.
The Sovereign Investor Daily is a free daily newsletter, and Ted Bauman contributes weekly. He has been published in a wide array of international journals including Small Enterprise Development, Environment and Urbanization, the Journal of Microfinance, the South African press, Cape Argus, the Cape Times, Guardian, Mail, and the New Internationalist.