Ted Bauman is the editor of “The Bauman and Plan B Club and Alpha Stock Alert” through Banyan Hill Publishing. When Ted Bauman was first employed at the Banyan Hill Publishing in September 2013 he worked in asset protection, privacy and international migration issues, and low-risk investment strategies.
When Ted Bauman was younger he had worked at places like McDonald’s, Burger King, etcetera. While working in those environments he learned how hard it was to pay bills and buy groceries: Ted Bauman also learned how to appreciate the fact that if society is to thrive for long-term that companies should not just pay attention to the welfare of the workers on the top but, also, to the welfare of the workers on the bottom.
Ted Bauman also regrets that he did not make better use of his time early on in his career.
In one interview he had made some suggestions on how to hang on to your money and assets: such as, use a home safe or lockbox and use a safe-deposit box and a independent vault at a local and foreign banks. Read more articles by Ted Bauman at Banyan Hill.
In another interview he has also suggested some possible outcomes if the stock market were to crash: such as, a return to average ratio [(Robert Shiller made an adjustment to the price-to-earnings ratio for stocks)basically stocks are made to be worth more in value than they actually are worth over a ten year period],he also suggests a yield curve recognition of the long-term interest rates and how they are staying in low-difference between them and the short-term yield is less than the amount of their worth, and he also suggests how there could be a possible rise in the stock market after a sudden and possible unknown drop. Read more about Ted on Bloomberg.
He graduated from the University of Cape Town with a Master’s degree in economics and history. He has coauthored a book and has researched and written several papers on several related to international development.