Ted Bauman is a trained economist, investor, former hedge fund manager, and panelist for Banyan Hill Publishing. Ted migrated to South Africa in the 1980’s, earning two postrgraduate degrees from the Univesity of Cape Town. He aided the implementation and development of urban and economic policies there, and managed a hedge fund for low income housing. Ted Bauman has always been a sought after expert. Consulting throughout the 90’s and 00’s for a number of entities in Africa and Europe. Bauman even served as a consultant for the United Nations.
Ted Bauman uses his expertise as an economist to create sustainable techniques. He is popular at Banyan because his writing contains economic knowledge, which offers him wider views of investment landscapes. His advice gives readers unique insight into market developments, allowing the discovery of profitable trends. It also allows the anticipation of trends that threaten profits. Such unique know-how is paramount to Banyan’s claim that investors cannot find their advice anywhere else. View Ted Bauman’s profile on LinkedIn
Bauman edits three online magazines; Alpha Stock Weekly, Plan B Club, and the Bauman Letter. He also writes for The Sovereign Investor, Banyan’s daily newsletter. Plan B Club deals with moving overseas, offering readers insight on living abroad. Alpha Stock Alert introduces the Alpha Code system, which identifies well-positioned stocks that offer substantial profit. The Bauman Letter contains Ted’s economist insight. It is designed to offer insight on securing money, and how to put that money to work for them.
Ted Bauman is just one of many panelists serving as Banyan Hill’s experts. Each panelist is a master of a different sector, with knowledge and leanings towards different investments. Bauman is good with stocks and international investments, Paul Mampilly is a master of cryptocurrency, the list goes on and on. No matter what the taste, Banyan has actionable advice for every investor. It has been the investment organization’s goal since their founding.
Banyan came to be in 1998, under the name the Sovereign Society. The idea was to offer readers profitable advice that would help them live a Sovereign Life. A life where they are in control, free of constraint, and can make their own money. The readers targeted are working class investors, people who want to invest but have no knowledge of the market. Banyan’s experts train them, educated them, and offer insight into their own successful strategies.
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— Ted Bauman Guru (@TedBaumanGuru) June 11, 2018