Ted Bauman is an editor, publisher and investment strategies consultant. He currently writes for Bunyan Hill Publishing and serves as editor of several newsletters. Ted Bauman has spent many decades teaching people how to better manage their finances and build wealth. His father, Robert Bauman, is a former U.S. Congressman.
Bauman left the U.S. for South Africa in his early twenties. He received degrees in History and Economics from the University of Capetown. For decades, he held several executive posts in South Africa’s nonprofit sector. Slum Dwellers International is a company he founded. It has helped over 14 million people in 35 countries obtain low-income housing.
In the 2000s, he began writing and researching about housing and finance for the United Nations and the World Bank. Upon his return to the United States in 2008, he began working for Habitat for Humanity as Director of International Housing. He left five years later to concentrate of writing and researching full time. Visit ideamensch.com for more info.
His international writing work has taken him all over the globe. He has visited over 75 countries during his travels to Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean. His travels taught him a great deal about finances and why it’s never wise to place all of your eggs in one basket. He has found it safer and more profitable to scatter his savings around to different countries.
Since countries have different rules and regulations regarding healthcare, investing and purchasing property, Bauman has advised his clients to use a wide array of personal solutions to enrich their lives.
Readers are encouraged to read Bauman’s free newsletter The Sovereign Investor Daily. It has a wealth of investment strategies to help investors of all levels. He is also a contributor to the international Small Enterprise Development and the Cape Times.
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