As the current editorial director of The Bauman Letter, Ted Bauman has spent most of his life helping to guide people to lead a sovereign life. And especially one without corporate greed and the oversight of government.
Ted Bauman started working for Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013. Bauman has been the editor of The Bauman Letter, Alpha Stock Alert, and the Plan B Club, which are all part of Banyan Hill Publishing. Mr. Bauman’s strengths include asset protection, privacy, and low-risk investing strategies. Learn more at Crunchbase about Ted Bauman
The Bauman Letter, a 16-page, monthly newsletter, provides the reader with important advice about specific ways to increase, or maintain current wealth. The Bauman Letteris made up of six sections. The first section is written by Ted Bauman as well as the second section. The second section is titled, “Forbidden Knowledge.” The third section is titled, “Unfiltered Insider.” Both the second and the third sections are written by a different associate of the Council of Experts. The fourth section, the “Chairmans Corner,” includes input from Ted’s father, Bob Bauman, who is the founder of the service. The fifth section of the newsletter, “Your Voice,” includes pertinent questions and comments from their newsletter subscribers. Ted Bauman wraps up each issue with a “Final Thoughts” section.
Ted Bauman strives to bring value to his writings, so subscribers will read more. Bauman emphasizes that he is not a big fan of government regulation, but he is a huge fan of the common people being aware of issues that challenge us all.
When asked about a specific book Ted Bauman would recommend to the investment community to read, he recommended Piketty’s Capital in the 21st Century. Bauman notes that a lot of people in his business sector do not want to hear that inequality is perilous to the economy, which is the book’s main thesis. Bauman also states that when someone is prepared to take on subject matter that is in Piketty’s Capital in the 21st Century it opens a person up.
Ted Bauman’s earned post-graduate degrees in History and Economics from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Ted Bauman was born in the Washington, D.C., area, but grew up on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Bauman migrated to South Africa, where he lived as a younger man.