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Ted Bauman is a writer and editor at Banyan Hill Publishing. Bauman is one man with enviable and colorful resume. He currently specializes in asset protection and low-risk investment. Additionally, Bauman acknowledges the years he worked at a gas station as well as at the McDonald’s Burger King while he was still young. According to Ted Bauman, the experience he had from those jobs was what it feels as an individual in a working-class environment. Moreover, he learned what it feels like to work hard under harsh supervisors to make ends meet. Eventually, the two jobs made him learn to appreciate the fact that for people to succeed over an extended period; you have to focus the attention on their welfare both at the top and the bottom.
Born in Washington D.C, he earned two postgraduate degrees both in history and economics from University of Cape Town, South Africa. He previously worked with Habitat for Humanity which led to his travel across Latin America and the Caribbean. Bauman helped in establishing Slum international which presently serves over 14 million people in 35 nations. However, Bauman regrets failing to utilize well his early times in his career. Ted claims he would have been more productive if he was aware then of what he knows currently. Read more about Ted on Bloomberg.
Bauman has appeared on several respected journals across the world. Additionally, he has done several extensive pieces of research as well as writing for the South African government, United Nations including other non-profit funding agencies within Europe. In his letter, Ted Bauman comes up with strategies for disaster-proofing valuables; thus, recommends the keeping the assets beyond the reach of financial institutions. Ted Bauman’s procedures include lockbox or home safe, safe-deposit box as a foreign bank, safe-deposit box at a bank, independent vault in the U.S, and independent vault in a foreign country.
Furthermore, Bauman comes up with tips on how to protect one’s wealth from the next market smash. According to Bauman, the present bull market may last or may not last. There are equal chances in the stock market to keep rising or head to the lowest possible levels. He advises investors to view Wall Street with three states of awareness. Thus, Ted Bauman claims that developing a balanced perspective is essential when considering the stock market. In addition to this, it is vital to hope for an increase in the long-term interest rates. Follow Ted on Facebook.