If anything takes the wind out of Amazon’s sails, it’ll be that share price. And with all the leverage based on Amazon stock, a dip could be contagious.https://t.co/t0zMZRSd6I#JeffBezos #Amazon #Trading #Investing #Stocks #StockMarket #TheBaumanLetter #BanyanHillPublishing pic.twitter.com/kKJ66QpdSu
— Ted Bauman Guru (@Ted_B_Guru) April 2, 2018
Ted Bauman is a member of Bauman Hill Publishing and is the editor of Plan B club, Alpha Stock Alert and The Bauman Letter. In these roles, Ted Bauman specializes in international migration issues, privacy, asset protection and low-risk investment strategies. He also writes weekly columns in Banyan Hill’s free newsletter, The Sovereign Investor Daily. Follow Ted Bauman on Twitter for more updates.
The Bauman Letter is a monthly publication directed toward enabling people to save their wealth securely by legal, personal and investment strategies. Ted Bauman also writes about stock strategies in the Alpha Stock Alert and advises on how to relocate and live successfully overseas in the Plan B club, giving advice on how to preserve wealth in the process. Besides writing for these regular publications, Ted Bauman has co-authored a book, Where to Stash Your Cash Legally: Offshore Financial Centers of the World, with his father, Robert Bauman, a former U.S. Congressman.
Born in Washington, D.C., Ted Bauman was raised in Maryland and then relocated to South Africa while a young man. While there, he graduated from the University of Cape Town with graduate degrees in History and Economics. Ted Bauman enjoyed a 25-year career during his time in South Africa and then returned to the United States in 2008 to serve as a director at Habitat of Humanity for the International Housing Programs division. In 2013, Ted Bauman left his position at Habitat for Humanity in order to work full-time as a researcher and writer.
Currently, Ted Bauman lives in Georgia with his family and continues to write and publish many articles and columns. Working from home, Ted Bauman has a daily regimen of working in his most productive hours early in the morning and throughout the day until five in the afternoon, constantly striving to research and present helpful advice to people around the world about their financial lives. Read more on Talk Markets: http://www.talkmarkets.com/contributor/Ted-Bauman