Ted Bauman has been working hard for the majority of his life to connect people with the resources and information they need to live a happier and more financially secure life. He moved to South Africa when he was a younger man and studied at the University of Cape Town where he received degrees in economics and history. Bauman served as a fund manager for many different nonprofits in South Africa and was able to help millions of people in the process. A little over a decade ago he moved back to the United States and became the director of international programs.
Today, Ted Bauman serves as the editor of Plan B Club, The Bauman Letter, and Alpha Stock Alert. He also created “Smart Money,” which is a weekly stock trading service that is a great help to many investors. He has found that his knowledge of the finance industry as well as economics has helped him to reach people in a meaningful way. He admits that he was a bit of a slow starter in the beginning when he got to work with Banyan Hill as an editor of multiple newsletters but that he now understands how to create the kind of content that aspiring investors crave.
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When Ted Bauman first started writing, he had already gained a lot of attention because of his father’s work in the industry. Since his earlier days with Banyan Hill, he has learned how to keep people’s attention by offering up his advice and his skills as a low risk investment professional. He recently commented that many of his readers are beginning to want to know more about how the global economy functions and that he is more than happy to educate them about it.
Ted Bauman once had an issue with time management, but he has since become much better at making time for himself and focusing on his work when he is at his sharpest. While he has been able to earn a lot of money in the past, he feels that he is now at the height of his career as he helps others to create wealth and protect it. He is hoping that he will continue to be able to attract more readers to his newsletters in the near future.