Ted Bauman was raised on the eastern shore of Maryland but was born in Washington, D.C. Ted moved abroad at a young age and attended the University of Cape Town in South Africa. He graduated with a degree in both economics and history.
For over 25 years, Ted served in executive positions for non-profit operations, assisting groups to find financial funding. Slum Dwellers International, a project dedicated to assisting the urban poor, is one program he helped found.
Ted Bauman later acted as a consultant in a political capacity, which helped him discern how the political and economic realm affects society. Ted returned to the United States in 2008 and as Director of International Programs in Atlanta, directed his attention to organizational stability.
Ted Bauman joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013, and as a part-time editor, quickly became a prominent voice. He started a monthly publication called “The Bauman Letter”, an advice newsletter regarding the preservation as well as the securing of wealth. The readership now has over 100,000 subscribers.
— Ted Bauman Guru (@TedBaumanGuru) December 19, 2018
Ted searches continuously both in mainstream media and in essentially unknown areas of the web to keep himself well-informed. As a writer, Ted feels writing about topics which make people think and want to learn more, is essential. He says when writing about such mundane issues as he does, it is critical to implement skill and descriptive language to help readers understand the importance of the article. He recently started a weekly stock trading service entitled “Smart Money.” He has a unique perspective on giving readers insight into conditions in the world that can affect their financial interests. He is excited to find that his readers are genuinely interested in finding solutions to the overwhelming problems we face in the world today.
Ted Bauman feels fortunate to have a financial background that has helped him in fulfilling his dream of helping and protecting the rights of others from those in authority and big business.