Ted Bauman Is Working To Close The Financial Gap

Ted Bauman is currently an editor for Banyan Hill Publishing company out of Atlanta, Georgia. He has been on staff since 2013 and he is in charge of editing the Bauman Letter, Plan B Club and Alpha Stock Alert which provide readers with financial information and advice on low-risk investments and asset protection in addition to addressing international migration issues.

Having earned degrees in both Economics and History from the University of Cape Town in South Africa, as well as a BS in Business Administration from the State University of New York and his MBA in Finance from Georgia State University, Ted Bauman has a global educational foundation in addition to his unique travel and work experiences. Visit Ted at stocktwits.com to learn more.

After having worked really hard flipping burgers for really low wages, Ted Bauman understands what it is like to have to make a dollar out of fifteen cents. He serves his readers by sharing knowledge based upon careful research that he does himself to inform people about the reality of finances and what the economy is doing to the average hard-working citizen. His intention is for his readers to recognize what smells a little fishy in the government’s economic pond and to help them create a common sense financial plan free of emotion to protect what they have and make it grow.

Ted Bauman has a combination of experience in both the public and private sectors that spans over two decades, including work with low-income housing projects in South Africa as well as being a former Urban Planner for the World Bank. As one of the founders of Slum Dwellers International, he has helped to enable over 14 million of the urban poor to unite and thrive in 35 countries.

It is not often you encounter a man such as Ted Bauman who understands that in order for a society to prosper it must close the gap of inequality that is widening between the economic classes. He has combined his concern for people with financial knowledge to make a global impact on society.

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