Ted Bauman Service to the Community


     Ted Bauman is one of the professional editors serving at Banyan Hill Publishing. The experienced journalist joined the institution in the year 2013, and he has been working as the editor for several newsletters. These include Plan B, The Bauman Letter, and Alpha Stock Alert. All his publications specialize in asset protection, low-risk investment strategies, international immigration issues and privacy. At the moment, the businessman resides with his family in Atlanta.

In his entire successful career life, Ted has been trying to help people in the society to get in touch with the right resources so that they can live a sovereign life. The journalist wants people to be free from corporate and government greed. Because he has observed the activities taking place on the international platform, Ted feels that people are not given the right channels to air their grievances and live a free life. His family background has motivated his choice of career.

According to Ted portfolio, the businessman was born several years ago in Washington DC. However, he was brought up in Maryland’s eastern shores. When he was older, Ted relocated and settled in South Africa, and this is where he spent his youth days. After working hard in his studies, the businessman graduated from the popular university of Cape Town with a degree in Economics and History. After completing his education, Ted worked in South Africa for more than twenty-five years, and he served in several top positions in the corporate world. The journalist served in the nonprofit making section, and he changed the lives of billions of people from the needy communities. The businessman worked as a fund manager for one of the low-cost housing projects in the country for a long time. Ted founded an institution known as Slum Dwellers International. With his help, the organization has helped more than fourteen million people who are living in thirty-five nations.

In the 2000’s, Ted felt that it was time to change his career path. This was when he decided to serve the nation as a consultant who would spend all his time researching and writing about finance, urban planning issues, and housing. His clients were diverse such as the United Nation, the South African government, World Bank and several others. The businessman decided to return to the United States in the year 2008. Upon arrival, the journalist was hired by several institutions before he could venture into journalism in the year 2013.