Ted Bauman, a contributing author at Banyan Hill Publishing is being praised for his generous advice on how to invest wisely. What does he know that others don’t? As it turns out, he is helping people learn more about how to invest wisely, giving them the secrets that Wall Street doesn’t want anyone to hear. Joining Banyan Hill in 2013, he has been offering his advice with his background as an economist here in the United States. Although he chose to emigrate to South Africa in the mid-80’s, Bauman used his training to help those folks there with their urbanization. View Ted Bauman’s profile on LinkedIn
Fast forward to today, and Ted Bauman is still helping people with their finances, but giving sound investment advice is his forte. Offering his knowledge and experience as an economist, he was able to assist numerous governments with their financial decisions. Through his travels, he learned more about how these governments work, and how they work with their finances as a country. He was able to see how they function, and how they fund their offices and processes. Having been published in numerous international journals, one in particular that he loved was The Journal of Microfinance, Small Enterprise Development and Environment and Urbanization.
It was in 2008 that Ted Bauman finally returned to his home country, the United States. He began to work with a nonprofit organization, hoping that it would lead to a greater opportunity for him to put his skills to work. Working as an editor part-time, for a small subsidiary of Banyan Hill Publishing, using his experience in his travels to contribute and help others invest and manage their financial portfolio. His approach is a bit unique, in that he isn’t a financial analyst. Ted Bauman approaches his views on finance from the broad spectrum of how finance works on a larger scale. The ability to see how finances work from the government down to the people has been enlightening for him, and has impacted his writings on many levels.