Since relocating to the United States after a 25-year career abroad, Ted Bauman has resided in Atlanta, GA with his wife and daughter, where he works at the editor of several newsletters under Banyan Hill Publishing. As the editor of Alpha Stock Alert and The Bauman Letter, Ted Bauman has earned a growing readership because of his thorough understanding of finance and asset protection. A native of Washington DC, Ted Bauman relocated to South Africa to attend the University of Cape Town, where he would go on to earn postgraduate degrees in Economics and History. After graduating, Ted Bauman entered South Africa’s nonprofit sector, helping underprivileged populations garner adequate public housing. One of his most successful ventures was Slum Dwellers International, which Mr. Bauman helped found, and has since helped millions of people attain housing. After returning to the United States, Mr. Bauman briefly worked for Habitat for Humanity, acting as the Director of International Programs, but it was at the suggestion of his father, who is also a financial writer, that he should switch career trajectories. Although there were periods of uncertainty regarding the switch, he was able to make money very quickly, and today, he describes this chapter as the happiest point in his career. Recently, Mr. Bauman collaborated with his father, Robert Bauman, on a book that concerns financial game-planning during these uncertain financial times.
At Banyan Hill Publishing, Ted Bauman’s primary newsletters, The Bauman Letter, Alpha Stock Alert, and Plan B Club, focus primarily on finance and asset protection. These topics are often times extremely complex, requiring Mr. Bauman to utilize critical thinking in order to bring them to life. By coupling real-world examples with each topic, he is able to connect with his audience in a manner that has, to this point, created a vastly loyal readership. In order to remain productive, he sticks to a stringent time management schedule. By taking on his most difficult tasks at the beginning of his day, he is able to maximize his time and efforts.