Working as the editor of the Bauman letter, Ted Bauman specializes in asset protection, international migration, and strategies that represent low risks in investments. He has a long history of assisting people to achieve sovereignty and to free themselves from corporate greed trappings. The editor’s roots are in Maryland, emigrating to South Africa in his youth and attending University in Cape Town graduating with a post-graduate degree in both Economics and History. Ted Bauman worked in South Africa in various executive roles for over 25 years at one time in the non-profit making sector and another as a fund manager executing low cost housing programs.
Ted Bauman writes for a living, and this has served to sharpen his critical thinking, a task that is laced with difficulties especially when writing about subjects like asset protection and money. To get his points across to readers the editor usually employs the use of examples that are relevant to his audience to help them understand the topic. To gain relevance in an industry that is always on the move, Ted Bauman invests heavily in real-time software’s that keep track of stocks and analyzes markets across the world. Besides, as an editor, he informs himself on the latest trend in financial data that is available to be more efficient in delivering informative write-ups.
The former fund manager reads widely and cites inspiring works that are relevant to his job, with these literature materials delving into rational thinking of why inequality presents a danger to national economies. The books offer snippets of practical applications and analysis of the effect of wealth concentration in the world. Through providing insights through his newsletter, and informing on investments, the editor can add to his growing number of followers. Owing to proper time management, his work through the newsletters has considerably been successful, as his subscribers have started to raise questions regarding the state of the global economy.
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