Ted Bauman was recently featured in an interview published on Inspirey. There he revealed that he has sought to build a career that connects people with great resources to help them gain financial freedom. He was born in Washington, but his family emigrated to South Africa. He went to the University of Cape Town where he studied economics and history. For most of his career, he held a variety of jobs helping people gain financial assistance. He even acted as a fund manager and was a part of organizations like Slum Dwellers International.
Later in his career, international governments and the United Nations sought his advice. This provided Ted Baumen with a deep understanding of economics and politics and the way they can both influence society. During the financial crash, Ted Bauman returned to the states to become the Director of International Programs. With his deep understanding of economics, he was able to help them move towards a more sustainable plan.
In 2013, Banyan Hill Publishing asked him to become an editor. He wrote a financial newsletter called the “Bauman Letter” that provides advice about securing current wealth and preserving it. Ted Bauman’s advice and strategic investment tips help subscribers build wealth intelligently. He also has a weekly stock trading service called “Smart Money” where subscribers gain valuable insight.
Ted Bauman was also featured on the Affiliate Dork website article “Banyan Hill Offers investors Information the Won’t Get from Wall Street.” The article was written by Brandon Ferguson to discuss the growing publisher of independent investment advice. The company has been around since the late 1990’s but it was recently rebranded as Banyan Hill Publishing. The company was created to focus global experts on giving actionable advice to their subscribers. The editors provide insight into asset protection, entrepreneurship, and investing. Ted Bauman took the job as editor to help people get rid of the constant financial strain that so many people are unhappy with. The company takes its name from the banyan tree that supports itself with a variety of roots extending through the earth with multiple trunks. They can survive more natural disasters because of the different trunks, and that support is what they hope to provide to their clients.