Ted Bauman joined Bayan Hill Publishing in September 2013. He is the Editor of The Bauman Letter Alpha Stock Alert and Plan B club. He concentrates mostly on Low-risk investment policies assets protection, privacy, and matters of international migration. He was born in Washington and was brought up in the eastern shore of Maryland. He migrated to South Africa while he was still young and attended the University of Cape Town, where he graduated with two undergraduate degrees in History and Economics. He worked for 25 years in South Africa with several non-profit organizations primarily as a low-coasting housing projects Manager. He assisted in the foundation of Slum Dwellers International, an organization which has helped over 14 million people in 35 different countries.
Ted Bauman worked for big clients such as the United Nations, South African Government, European Grant-Making Agencies and the World Bank researching, writing and consulting on matters such as urban planning and finance. Later in 2008, he went back to the United States and joined International Housing Programs for Habitat for Humanity International, as a Director. Ted Bauman has visited over 75 countries of the world due to his career on various international housing projects. He has traveled to African, Asian, Latin American, European and the Caribbean countries. In 2013, he decided to leave Habitat for Humanity to work full-time as a writer and researcher.
Mr. Bauman writes weekly in The Sovereign Investor Daily. This newsletter is made up of highly qualified and trained professionals who are known to give insight on matters of how to grow assets and wealth through the best international investments opportunities safest tax havens, currency opportunities, and the most secure methods in which to protect, grow and develop assets. He has published a number of international journals including Small Enterprise Development and Environment, and Urbanization, The Cape Times, Cape Argus, the journal of Microfinance, New Internationalist, and Mail and Guardian. Recently, he wrote the book Where to stash your cash (Legally) together with his father, Robert Bauman.
He also has a monthly newsletter the Bauman Letter where he writes about personal solutions and economic opportunities to educate his subscribers on how to enrich their lives as well as take control of their finances through safest ways to grow and protect wealth. He recommends that people do businesses and store their assets in different countries as it is profitable and safer that way.