Ted Bauman is an economist who is the leading publisher at Banyan Hill Publishing–a company that is known for providing information on investing and wealth management. He specializes in investment strategies that are low risk and focused on the long term.
Ted Bauman is someone who loves to travel. He was born in Washington DC and grew up in the United States before leaving the country to travel to South Africa — where he choose to remain to continue with his education. Bauman received his postgraduate degree in economics at Cape Town University.
During the 1980’s, Ted Bauman has traveled to different parts of Africa and Asia, where he did consulting work and learned more about what life was like in regions that were going through rapid political and economic changes. He has helped out on projects for the United Nations, South African government, and has done consulting work for many small businesses in developing nations. He spent 25 years working abroad before heading back to the United States.
Ted Bauman’s time traveling abroad has paid off in his professional career. In 2008, he became the Director of International Program for International Habitat for Humanity. He was responsible for overseeing low-cost housing developments and has published articles on international business. Some of his work has been included in notable journals, such as Environment and Urbanization, The Journal of Microfinance, and Small Enterprise Development.
In 2013, Ted Bauman started working for Banyan Hill Publishing. He has worked on articles for Smart Money and Alpha Stock Alert, which offer advice on EFT’s and investing. His work has also been featured on Forbes and he has written about the effects of the ongoing trade war between China and the United States on domestic and international stocks. Ted Bauman Says Amazon Isn’t a Monopoly, Warns Shareholders of Vulnerability