Ideamensch published the interview with Mr. Bauman, an editor of the financial investment newsletters “The Bauman Letter “ and “Plan B Club”. The interview reveals the financial writer ’s top tips to succeed.
One of the first things Ted Bauman recommends is reading Piketty’s “Capital in the 21st Century”. Even if people do not agree with the thesis presented in the book, he believes it is important to view the economic analysis and how there is a concentrated wealth in the world that is increasing. He also believes it is important for people to read something that is outside of their typical choice. This allows them to see the material they might engage in and will help people open up to new ideas.
Ted Bauman recommends several software services to people looking to invest in the stock market. He uses different sources for research, information, and analysis and there are as many software programs as there are sources of information. He particularly recommends Stock Market Buy. He believes that this inexpensive software services will help people set up portfolios, create real-time analysis of their stocks and watch them so they can get a better understanding of what is happening at the moment. He recommends the software to his subscribers and his readers because it allows them to monitor their investing strategy. Another reason why he believes it is important for investors to the information is that he believes they shouldn’t have to constantly go to the broker’s website to find information. He wants his readers to be educated in doing the research for themselves.
Ted Bauman would also recommend constantly gathering information on the areas where they are experts. By continuing to learn and grow, everyone can have a deeper insight into what is happening in the world around them. They will then have greater insight into how the economy affects their prosperity and their security.
Ted Bauman was also featured in the Chronicle of Week article by Samuel Thorpe titled “Ted Bauman Explains 3 Possible Stock Market Crash Outcomes.” In the article, Bauman outlines the possible ways the stock market could crash in the near future.