Ted Bauman is the Editorial Director at Banyan Hill Publishing. He joined Banyan Hill in 2013 and is currently the editor of The Bauman Letter, Plan B Club, and Alpha stock alert. The newsletters focus on investment opportunities with little or no risk, protection of assets, privacy and issues on international migration. Ted was born in Washington D.C brought up in the eastern shores of Maryland before migrating to South Africa in his youthful ages.
He holds postgraduate degrees in Economics and History from the University of Cape Town. He started his career in South Africa immediately after graduation and worked there for 25 years. Ted served in numerous executive roles in the non-profit sector in South Africa. He served as a manager for cheaper housing developments. He founded Slum Dwellers International, which has offered assistance to at least 14 million people in over 35 countries.
In the 2000sTed also served as a consultant, extensive researcher, and writer on financing, housing as well as on urban planning concerns for clients. His clients included World Bank, the United Nations, the grant-making agencies and the South African government. He returned to the United States in 2008 and worked as the Director of International Housing Programs for Habitat for Humanity International. He, later on, resigned in 2013 to research and write on a full-time basis.
Ted Bauman has traveled the world while working for various international housing projects. He has been to at least 75 countries most of them in Africa, Europe, Asia, Latin American and the Caribbean. The extensive traveling has enabled him to do business and invest in various countries.
Ted is a weekly writer for Banyan Hill’s daily newspaper, The Sovereign Investor Daily that is free of charge. His works have also been published in various international journals like the Small Enterprise Development Journal, Journal of Micro-finance, and Environment and Urbanization and in South African newspapers like the Cape Times, Cape Argus, Mail, and Guardian. Ted also took part in co-authoring the book “Where to Stash Your Cash (Legally)” alongside his biological father who is also a former United States Congressman, Robert Bauman.
Ted is a philanthropist. He has spent most of his life assisting people by putting them in direct contact with the resources crucial for leading a sovereign life away from oversight by the governments and corporate greed. Ted Bauman lives a normal social life. He is a family man and lives Atlanta.