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.
You only need about 45 minutes to drive from Miami to Fort Lauderdale, but that hardly happens. Dreadful gridlocks can extend the drive to an hour or beyond. Wes Edens, a renowned private equity investor who co-owns the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA, has unveiled an ideal way of getting around South Florida. Brightline, the first privately owned and managed passenger railway system in the state, on May 2018 made its first trip from Miami to Fort Lauderdale. During the 30 minutes-trip, commuters enjoy comfy leather seats, unparalleled food service, and strong free Wi-Fi.
With just $10, you can book a one-way ticket with Brightline, which will cost $40 more if you had to take an Uber. Car and trucks drive at a slow speed of 34 mph along this passage of Interstate 95. Traveling at about 80 mph, cars and trucks are no match for the Brightline.
This train service is ideal for South Florida travelers, who are extremely hesitant to part with their vehicles. Now, the train proceeds to the West Palm Beach, but it will later offer services to Orlando. Running at a full speed of 135 mph, the Brightline will cover that last leg in two hours. The same trip will take a car nearly 3 hours.
Brightline is a perfect solution for passengers that are too far to use cars and trucks but too near to use flights. Wes Edens believes such a solution would work perfectly between cities such as Atlanta and Charlotte as well as other overcrowded corridors.
Aston Villa Agree to Partner with Wes Dens
Aston Villa has announced Wes Edens and Nassef Sawiris as their major partners in a deal that will see the two wealthy investors invest heavily into the Championship Club. Edens and Sawiris expressed their gratitude for growing from lifelong fans of Aston Villa to partners. They promised to leverage their deep business and sports expertise to reinforce the club and help Aston Villa reclaim its rightful position in the top ranks of English Football. They said their goal is to help the Club become successful, build on its extensive history while respecting its ardent fan base and exceptional culture.
In the year 2007, the name Henry Gareth made the international headline. This happened when the man was beaten up by policemen in front of a two hundred person mob that had ganged up on him at a pharmacy in Kingston Jamaica. The reason behind the attack was homophobia. After years of putting up with constant abuse, bullying and the death of several of his friends, Gareth Henry sought asylum in Canada in 2008.
Jamaica is one of the 76 countries around the globe where same-sex relationships have been criminalized. Activists have over the years come forward to speak for the rights of the LGBTQ community in Jamaica among them Gareth Henry.
Gareth Henry and the Jamaica Forum of Lesbians, All-Sexuals and Gays J-FLAG
J-FLAG is an organization that seeks to fight for the rights of the LGBTQ community in Jamaica. Upon the death of its former leader Brian Williamson in 2004, Gareth Henry took on the forum’s leadership role. Williamson died of stabbing in a homophobic attack against him. The struggles became real when Henry had to step up to the role and go public with his sexuality. He became the target of several homophobic attacks over the four years he held the position. During this time, he also witnessed the violent death of 13 of his friends most of whose bodies he had to identify.
His fight for change made him a target of the law enforcement leading to the 2007 incident on Valentine’s Day. On this day, he and a large group of gay men were chased into a pharmacy and attacked causing him to abandon his role in J-FLAG and flee to Canada thereafter. While in Canada, the now refugee continues to fight for the same cause and help people like him flee the persecution in Jamaica. In the process, Gareth is trying to make the Jamaican Government accountable for the inhuman acts and injustice against the LGBTQ community.
Gareth Henry as a sportsman
Gareth is an accomplished badminton player. He competed in the 2011 and 2014 commonwealth games as well as the 2015 Pan American Games. He is also a gold and bronze medalist in the game. Badminton is his core career and his free time is spent as an activist.
The Jewish community continues to face numerous challenges as they try to ensure that they are respected as other races in the world. However, anti-Semitism has been one of the key reasons why the challenges that face the community never seem to go away. There is still a section of people who think that the Jews do not deserve to be in the country. These people are the real threat to diversity and justice in the world. Despite the challenges that have been caused by the enemies of the community, Jews are not giving up on the fight for justice and strengthening of the State of Israel. They have combined forces from wherever they are in the world to ensure that their motherland is respected and the Jewish culture lasts for many generations to come.
One of the efforts to curb the challenges is the creation of an organization that promotes the Jewish welfare and unity. One such organization is the Israeli-American Council. IAC is an organization that has been around for the past one decade and is composed mainly of the Jewish-American community. It is the largest organization in the United States that is Jews-aligned. IAC is an organization that is able to unlock many doors which open the way for the Jews living in the United States to identify with their culture and roots. The Jews living in the United States need to establish a relationship with the State of Israel.
About Adam Milstein
Adam Milstein is the co-founder and chairman of the IAC. He among the people who are committed to serving their countries to the best of their abilities. Adam Milstein has been pushing for unity and welfare of the Jews to be perfected so that the community to handle the issues at hand in the best way possible.
Adam Milstein who also works as a managing partner of the Hager Pacific Properties. He has been working in this industry since he graduated from the University of Southern Carolina in 1980s. His success shows the role that the Jewish-American Community has had in the United States. They have not been left behind in contributing positively to the economic development of the U.S.