As the Editor of the Bauman Letter, the Alpha Stock Alert, and the Plan B Club newsletter, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, and writer, Ted Bauman’s mission is to help people learn about ways to accrue wealth by investing.

Posted on April 6, 2018 By

Ted Bauman is currently the Editor of the Bauman Letter. He began his writing career by working with Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013. Mr. Bauman has held the role of editor of The Bauman Letter, Alpha Stock Alert, and the Plan B Club, which are part of Banyan Hill Publishing. Mr. Bauman’s strengths include privacy issues, asset protection, and strategies involving low-risk investing.

The Bauman Letter, a 16-page, monthly newsletter, provides subscribers some important tips, like ways to gain wealth, and maintain their wealth. This newsletter is made up of six sections. The first section and the second section are both written by Ted Bauman. 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 in the Council of Experts. The fourth section, the “Chairmans Corner,” includes input from Ted’s father, and founder of the newsletter, Bob Bauman. The fifth section of the newsletter, “Your Voice,” includes a question and comment section that is from their newsletter subscribers. Ted Bauman finishes each issue with a “Final Thoughts” section, which provides extra insights into many different topics.

Ted Bauman’s educational foundation includes a post-graduate degree in History and Economics from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Ted Bauman has also served for over 25 years in many different positions within the non-profit sector. His primary role in non-profits was to be a top fund manager who oversaw projects involving low-cost housing. Ted Bauman is also responsible for creating Slum Dwellers International, an initiative that has helped nearly 14 million people in 35 countries.

Mr. Bauman has also worked in a consultancy role, writing about subjects that he has had passion for, and one’s considered important for subscribers. Bauman’s subjects of interest included finance, housing, urban planning, and international migration. Some of his clients included the government of South Africa, and agencies in Europe that were responsible for creating grants. Bauman has also been hired by the World Bank and the United Nations to work as a consultant on important housing and development projects.

Born in the Washington, D.C., area, but having grown up on the Eastern Shore, Ted Bauman migrated to South Africa, where he lived and worked as a young man. Bauman currently resides in Atlanta, Ga., with his family.