Ted Bauman, Author, Editor and Philanthropist

Trained as an economist, Ted Bauman emigrated to Africa in the 1980’s after growing up in the United States. After moving to South Africa Ted Bauman became intensely engaged with the evolution and execution of urbanization and post-apartheid economic policies.

Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, he had been a consultant to various entities, such as European and African authorities as well as the United Nations. He traveled widely throughout Asia and Africa during this time, creating a keen understanding of the connection between political and economic dynamics in a variety of societies.

In 2008, he returned back to the United States and went to work as the director of their internal programs. By utilizing his economist history, he developed a focus on methods to evaluate organizational sustainability and efficacy.

Ted Bauman began working at Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013 as an editor. He started out part time with aiming to follow in his father’s footsteps. Implementing his economical training and extensive international expertise to his writings and immediately became a favorite voice within his own right.

Ted Bauman currently edits a monthly publication called Bauman’s Letter, which is dedicated to assisting readers in preserving and securing their own prosperity through innovative investment, personal and legal plans. His readership has become the most popular with the more than 100,000 subscribers to the Banyan Hill team.

Bauman has expanded his writing with a algorithmic trading system that he developed. He has been able to present a wider perspective to provide readers with a unique insight on things that connect them with profit, as well as things that threaten it.

Ted Bauman has spent his whole life helping place people directly in contact with the tools they require to lead an autonomous life, free of political supervision and corporate greed.

Throughout his 25-year stay in South Africa, he served in a wide range of executive functions, chiefly as a finance manager for low-cost home projects. He co-founded Slum Dwellers Internationals, and they have assisted millions people around the world.