Ted Bauman has devoted his career to helping people connect with the resources that make them live a life that is free from financial constraints. Born in Washington, Ted later immigrated to South Africa during his youth ages. Ted Bauman went to the University of Cape Town and studied History and Economics. He worked in various jobs helping people who required financial assistance for over two decades. In addition to this, he served as a fund manager for a low-cost housing scheme and brought together several organizations such as Slum Dwellers International. Ted has also worked with the United Nations as well as international governments as an advisor. All these experiences allowed Ted to have a deeper understanding of how politics and economics relate to each other and their influence on the society. Ted returned to his country in 2008 and started working as the director of international programs.
In 2013, Ted Bauman joined Banyan Hill Publishing as an editor. Because of his writing background, he started “The Bauman Letter” a newsletter that provides advice on securing and preserving wealth. In addition to this, he offers unique strategies and investment tips aimed at helping his readers and subscribers. Recently, Ted Bauman began “smart money” a stock trading service which is published weekly. Ted has always had a desire to assist other people, and his financial background has helped him realize his dreams. He was motivated to protect other people’s rights from government threats as well as other prominent organizations.
After returning to the United States, Ted became part of a non-profit organization in Atlanta, Georgia. He was later encouraged by his father to join the financial writing world, his footsteps of his dad. Financial writing made Ted make his first money. His experience from South Africa and his background in finance made him became successful quickly in the U.S. His economic knowledge was of vital importance when Ted became a writer as it took him less effort and time to come up with content that was appealing to public attention.
In his early days in his career, Ted Bauman had issues with time management. He has learnt that there must be boundaries when it comes to any company. An organization must evaluate what it can achieve without depending on the guidance from outside. Ted argues that people always recognize his name because of the works of his dad and this has made him successful as a writer at Banyan Hill Publishing.