Ted Bauman edits for Plan B Club, The Bauman Letter, and Alpha Stock Alert for the Banyan Hill Publishing firm. He joined Banyan Hill back in 2013 and over time has found specialized in low risk investing strategies, privacy, asset protection and much more. His aim is to provide investors/ entrepreneurs with tips on ways to make a profit or to save in preparation for a rainy day or retirement days. Ted Bauman was born in Washington, raised in Maryland and migrated to South Africa during his youth days before coming back to settle in Atlanta. In South Africa, he enrolled at the University of Cape Town where he pursued degrees in economics and history. During his days in S.A, he worked as a fund manager for low-cost projects. It is during that time that Slum Dwellers was founded and over time has helped a number of homeless people in the city and even others from other countries.
During an interview, Ted Bauman says that in this market even a person who is well experienced has a 50/50 chance of succeeding. Sometimes the market will rise and other times it will drop to the lowest levels. He thus advises investors/ entrepreneurs to come up with a plan that is practical and one that will work for both instances. According to Ted, the key to success is by having a strong investment strategy. In the letters he edits, Ted Bauman says that an investor who sticks with his plan from the beginning is more likely to succeed and to do this they must work with a clear mind with no emotions. To know more about him click here.
He also says that investing is not that hard as long as one applies their common sense in the rules of investing. The first way to protecting one’s investment is through creating an investment barrier before trying to make a huge a lot of money in a small amount of time. One of the investment barriers they can take is investing in stocks and bonds. According to Ted many investors know nothing about bonds and stocks and thus take no interest in them. However this provides investors with monthly/ annual dividends compared to the gains/losses of the stock exchange market. Through this strategy investors gain control over the stock market.
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