If you haven’t heard of Ted Bauman personally, you are probably going to be made aware of his strong opinions on financial investments and the American economy here soon. Bauman was born and raised in Washington D.C.. but he soon would emigrate to South Africa. In South Africa, Bauman would spend his time grabbing a pair of postgraduate degrees in both History and Economics while working in various nonprofits in order to give back to those most in need. His experience in South Africa gave him the groundwork that he needed in order to bring the right mindset back home to the United States. Now, Bauman is the lead editor at Banyan Hill Publishing and he has been an active voice regarding the economy, the Presidency of Donald Trump and how average investors can take a safe approach to grow their assets.
The first thing that you need to know about Ted Bauman is that he does not take it easy while working from home. Most days he’ll start in the early A.M. where he’ll get a fresh start before taking his daughter off to school. After dropping his daughter off, Bauman returns to the basement office where he begins researching the topics that seem to appeal most readily to his readers and subscribers: personal investing, humanitarian efforts, the global economy and more. While the focus of his writing tends can expand to locations all around the world, his focus is unique and personal. After spending years in South Africa, Ted Bauman came to realize that the way toward true social vitality is by finding ways to support people on every inch of the economic spectrum.
Right now, Ted Bauman has found that his audience is more and more receptive to discussions surrounding government overreach, flaws in traditional capitalism, and in how much burden the lower income taxpayers should be required to handle. While Bauman doesn’t spoonfeed his opinion to his readers, he leaves the door open for them to find answers of their own. Bauman is specifically excited about how curious his readers are becoming about the world around them and he hopes to keep motivating them to question everything.