Ted Bauman: An Expert Sharing His Knowledge of Finance

Ted Bauman, expert in global economics and finance, was born in Washington, D.C. and emigrated to South Africa as a young man. He studied at the University of Cape Town where he earned post graduate degrees in the subjects of Economics and History. Bauman utilized this education to work in a variety of jobs throughout South Africa and then in the United States after his return in 2008.

Ted Bauman was employed as a fund manager for low cost housing projects in South Africa, in addition to other positions for nonprofit companies. Throughout his career, he traveled expansively with a concentration of this travel in Africa, Asia, and parts of Europe. He also researched extensively to gain a solid comprehension of the links between politics, economics, and other factors in various regions with the hopes of helping others to gain financial independence and protect the assets they hold.

It was this extensive research that gave Ted Bauman the level of expertise to work as a consultant for several global enterprises and even the United Nations and the South African government. His knowledge of finance in conjunction with his understanding of housing and urban planning made him invaluable to such clients.

For five years (2008-2013) Ted Bauman held the role of Director of International Housing Programs for Habitat for Humanity International. During this time he returned to live in the United States, based out of Atlanta, Georgia, while traveling often to Latin America and the Caribbean as dictated by the needs of his position with Habitat for Humanity.

In 2013 Bauman transitioned from his position at Habitat for Humanity International to concentrate more heavily on writing. He became a part-time editor at Banyan Hill Publishing and began a newsletter entitled “The Bauman Letter” where he offers strategic tips for the procuring of and preservation of wealth. His father, Robert Bauman, is also an author. Ted and Robert Bauman recently co-authored a book entitled Where To Stash Your Cash (Legally). Ted Bauman continues to author articles which succeed in international journal publications with the hopes of continuing to help others gain financial security.

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