After Ted Bauman joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013, he became the editor of The Bauman Letter, Plan B Club, and Alpha Stock Alert. These newsletters specialize in providing its readers with the latest in financial news. Ted Bauman was born and Washington D.C. and raised in Maryland. After graduating from high school, he moved to South Africa where he studied economics and history at the University of Cape Town. After graduation, he would go on to have a 25-year career there. During these years he served as a fund manager for low-cost housing projects. He is still particularly proud of such a project to know as Slum Dwellers International, which to date has helped more than 14 million people in 35 countries.
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Ted Bauman says he starts his average morning by getting his daughter ready for school and then immediately going to work in his basement office. This way he is able to forgo any time-consuming commute and get right to work. He will then work until 5 p.m. He says he has found that he does his best work in the morning so he always does his hardest work then. It is because of that he resists any distractions whatsoever during his morning work hours. Throughout the day he will pay attention to news items that may be of interest to his readers.
He has found that current readers are more interested than past readers about the global economy. These readers are starting to debate whether or not how the U.S. government has traditionally handled the economy is actually better than how foreign governments handle their economies. Bauman definitely thinks the U.S. way has problems and he wants his readers to be aware of these problems. These readers are also very interested in the proposed solutions that he provides. Ted Bauman says he got his start in the professional world by working in various positions at gas stations and restaurants.
It was during these years that he became determined to work his way up into a much better class of profession. However, it also gave him a lifelong appreciation for people who work those kinds of jobs.
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