Ted Bauman Is Getting His Word Out To Thousands In The Financial Industry

Ted Bauman is an economist from the United States that has spent most of his career traveling on a journey to help people through his financial expertise, particularly non-profit organizations around the world. Ted Bauman lived in South Africa for more than 20 years before he returned to the United States, where he now holds a chief editor position with Banyan  Hill Publishing. Coming from South Africa in an executive position at Slum Dwellers International, Ted Bauman took up a new position in Atlanta for Habitat for Humanity International. It took roughly five years before Ted started looking for something new so he could give up his traveling and he found the perfect place with Banyan Hill Publishing.

According to Ted Bauman, he wants to help people live easier and more successful lives by offering up his own economic expertise. One of the biggest reasons that people are held back is by inequality an oppressive movements made by corporations and governments. While this is much more common in other countries around the world besides the United States, it is still a factor that is present. After spending the last five years as a financial advisor doing research, Ted has found that most new investors out there are failing because of a lack of good information. Many times, investors are following bad advice that they typically get from friends, which is not a sustainable model for any serious investing.

Currently, Ted is able to work from home, which is something he is quite happy about this far into his career. For the past 30 years, Ted Bauman has been traveling all over world for his positions at non-profit organizations. Now, Ted is able to work in his very own basement, which is a very small commute in comparison. According to Ted, he starts his days very early, usually by 5 am. This allows him to get his research in while also being able to get his newsletters out to his readers on a consistent basis.

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