Ted Bauman has been an editor in Banyan Hill Publishing since 2013. He is the editor of Alpha Stock Alert, The Bauman Letter and Plan B Club where he focuses on asset protection, low-risk investment strategies, international migration issues and privacy.
Mr. Bauman was born in Washington D.C. and grew up on the eastern shores of Maryland. At a youthful age, Ted emigrated to South Africa. He attended the University of Cape Town for his Economic and History postgraduate degree. He started his career in South Africa where he worked with various non-profit organizations, serving in several executive positions. He was majorly involved with low-cost housing projects where he served as the fund manager. He was the founder of Slum Dwellers International, which has already provided housing to over 14 million people in 35 countries. He has spent the larger part of his career life helping people have a direct access to much-needed resources and lead better lives while being unlimited by the corporate greed and government oversight. View Ted Bauman’s profile on LinkedIn
Ted is the founder of The Bauman Letter and sovereign Investor Daily, his weekly newsletter. Prior to joining Banyan Hill, Ted worked with major organizations such as United Nations, European grant-making agencies, South Africa’s government and World Bank as a researcher, consultant, and writer on finance, urban planning, and housing matters. On returning to the United States in 2008, Ted worked for Habitat for Humanity International as the Director for International Housing Programs. He has also worked as the Smart Money Alert’s editor.
In his career, Ted Bauman has traveled to over 75 countries transversing through the different continents. It’s during this time that Ted gathered his extensive knowledge in economic matters and investments in the different countries. He uses this knowledge to enrich his subscribers to The Bauman Letter, his monthly publication, on the different economic opportunities and personal solutions.
Ted also publishes articles on the economic trends, investment ideas, taxation, and his views concerning the future of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in the Medium.com and in CrunchBase. In one of his articles in CrunchBase, Ted highlights what he believes is the main problem with Bitcoin. In his article, he says that its slowness in processing transactions is its greatest weakness as a currency. The 6.5 transactions per second processed by the bitcoin network are way too slow compared to credit cards which have over 2000 transactions completed in a single second. Ted says that unless something is done to solve this problem, bitcoin may never be a viable currency especially with the impatience nature of people. Learn more: http://www.gold-eagle.com/authors/ted-bauman