Ted Bauman commits to helping other people lead an autonomous life by connecting them with the necessary resources. As such, people enjoy a life free from corporate greed or governmental oversight. Ted’s international exposure has given him firsthand experience in dealing with resource abundance or scarcity.
Born and raised in the US states of Washington and Maryland, Ted moved to South Africa as a young adult. He then enrolled at the University of Cape Town where he earned degrees in History and Economics. After, he began his 25-year career life in South Africa serving as an executive in the nonprofit. While working as fund manager for Peoples Dialogue, a low-cost housing program, Ted was actively involved in the launching of Slum Dwellers International, a nonprofit serving 35 different countries and has impacted over 14million people.
In the early 2000s, Ted worked as a research consultant specializing in policy analysis, finance, monitoring and evaluation, grant writing, housing and urban planning. He targeted non-government, multilateral, and government organizations in Asia, Europe, and Africa. Ted Bauman provided consultancy services for the World Bank, United Nation, European grant-making agencies and the government of South Africa. During the same period, he wrote extensively on urban planning, finance, and housing. In 2007 he joined the Habitat for Humanity and assumed the role of Director of International Housing Programs. Ted oversaw the planning and implantation of the organization’s programs in the USA. Six years later, he went into full-time writing and research.
Ted Bauman has been to over 75 countries in Latin America, Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, and Europe. Through his numerous visits and experiences, Ted learned the value of diversifying investments in different countries. He can identify the best investments per sector per country. Currently, Ted Bauman works at Banyan Hill Publishing as the editor of Alpha Stock Alert, Plan B Club, and the Bauman Letter. Ted is also a weekly contributor to The Sovereign Investor Daily, a free daily newsletter. He uses these platforms to recommend a variety of economic opportunities and personal finance solutions to his audience.
Ted specializes in low-risk investment strategies, privacy, asset protection, and international migration issues. The most recent article by Ted Bauman calls for action against the rising debt figures amongst households in the USA. Rather than focus on a tax cut for the households, he proposes a reduction in the debt load.
As a published researcher, Ted’s works are in various international journals. The Cape Times, Guardian, the Mail, Cape Argus, and New Internationalists have also featured his articles. Together with his father, Robert Bauman, Ted co-authored a book titled Where to Stash Your Cash.