Ted Bauman is a man that was born in Washington, D. C. and brought up on the eastern shores of Maryland. When he was young, Bauman left and went to South Africa to live. And it was there that he went to the University of Cape Town and got his degree in both History and Economics. During the time that Ted Bauman spent in South Africa, he had a lot of high level roles in the non-profit field. He also had an executive job of fund manager of housing projects. Bauman helped start up a project called Slum Dwellers Internationals. This project helped about 14 million people all over the world.
Bauman dedicated years to providing people with resources so that they can have control of their own lives, without having to rely on any government. In 2013, Ted Bauman became apart of Banyan Hill Publishing. Here, his roles are The Bauman Letter’s editor, Alpha Stock Alert and Plan B. Bauman also specializes in protecting assets, handling international issues, and is in charge of strategies that involves investments. He currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Information.
In May 10, 2018; Samuel Thorpe wrote an article about Ted Bauman on chronicleweek.com. It discusses that Bauman had three outcomes that are possible in the stock market when it crashes. He mentioned the two effects would be that investors wouldn’t be able to use dividends in the future to get their investments back, and there’s a high chance that the returns of alternative assets would become more appealing since the U. S. is in a big deficit. The interest rates are going to be low for a long while. This means that investors will see very little funds especially if a recession happens. And then right after a stock rises up, it could very quickly drop. Bauman says that investors should look closely at the chance of a reduction, choose a stock that has good history, and don’t make a quick decision if a stock goes down. We all can learn a lot from Ted Bauman about this market.
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