Ted Bauman earned a reputation for his efforts when it comes to helping people be in touch with the resources necessary to lead a sovereign life. He graduated from the University of Cape Town, earning postgraduate degrees in History as well as Economics. After graduation he emigrated to South Africa where he had a career spanning 25 years, having a number of executive roles in non-profit organizations. He is currently an editor for The Bauman Letter, as well as Alpha Stock Alert and Plan B Club, publications released by Banyan Hill Publishing, an organization he joined in 2013.
His publications focus on asset protection, low-risk investment strategies, as well as privacy and international mitigation issues. Ted Bauman focuses on gathering news and information regarding the subjects where he became an expert. He considers his job at Banyan Hill to be offering people insight on things that are happing in the world which affect their prosperity, wealth, security and freedom.
In order to provide that insight, he is constantly looking for information, in the mainstream media, but also in obscure places online. Ted Bauman considers that for people in his line of work it is critical to keep themselves informed, and also stated that he does not use anybody to research the type of information he writes about. Instead, he opts to search things himself, something which he believes is crucial to his position both as a writer as well as an analyst.
In order to gather the information, he is interested in, Ted Bauman pointed out that he uses a wide range of websites. He also uses Stock Market Buy, a software which he uses to set up portfolios, get real-time analysis and watch stocks with. He notes that he recommends his readers to get up-to-date information about development when it comes to trading strategies. He believes that getting people shouldn’t rely on their broker’s website in order to get in-dept information, stating that it’s possible for people to do their own analysis – especially when it comes to investments. While he points out that he can get a little obsessive when it comes to analysis, he also notes that it’s something he enjoys.