Ted Bauman and his Low-risk Investment Strategies

Ted Bauman and his Low-risk Investment Strategies

     Ted Bauman is credited for various roles in his life, and his knowledge and expertise have helped him to become an editor, investment-strategist, fund manager, consultant on housing and urban planning, and more. He traveled across all the major economies around the world, identified potential opportunities in every country, and specialties of those countries. Due to that reason, Bauman is not interested in doing business and saving all his wealth in one particular country and uses a strategy of not all eggs in one basket. He says that different countries offer different possibilities, and a smart investor should be tapping such opportunities. For instance, he thinks that Costa Rica provides significantly affordable healthcare.

Similarly, Oceanside properties in Uruguay are a highly convenient option for peaceful living. Also, someone who wanted to do the best banking can get the assistance of Switzerland-based banks. Interestingly, Bauman is known for providing detailed information on various investment opportunities and personal solutions to help people. He also publishes a monthly newsletter focusing on smart investment options called The Bauman Letter, which he founded in 2013 by joining hands with Banyan Hill Publishing, a leading investment advisory publication based in Delray Beach, Florida. The publication is a widely accepted and discussed one among the investors and industry experts alike.

Apart from that, Bauman also serves as the editor of Alpha Stock Alert and Plan B Club, which are working to provide advisory tips on asset protection, international migration issues, privacy, and low-risk investment options. A major part of his career, Bauman was helping people to improve their lives and was working away from corporate greed or governmental surveillance. While he was a young man, Bauman shifted to South Africa and completed his graduation from the University of Cape Town in Economics and History. The next 25 years, he collaborated with the nonprofit sector of the country and predominantly served as a fund manager to low-cost housing projects.

Bauman helped to found Slum Dwellers Internationals – a nonprofit group working on urban poor eradication measures – during his South African days. Later, in the 2000s, he started working as a consultant in housing, urban development, and finance for various clients including the United Nations, European grant-making agencies, the World Bank, the government of South Africa, and more. In the year 2008, Ted returned to the United States and started collaborating with Habitat for Humanity International as the Director of different International Housing Programs. He continued with the group until he decided to collaborate with Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013.

 

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