Ted Bauman is perhaps one of the most subscribed to members on Banyan Hill Publishing for his consistent financial advice that he passes off to thousands of readers. Of the 400 thousand or more readers that frequent Banyan Hill, much of which are entrepreneurs or aspiring investors, more than a fourth of them read what Ted has to write on a weekly basis through his newsletters. The Bauman Letter is perhaps the most popular newsletter on Banyan Hill beside the Sovereign Society, one of the original newsletters on the platform, which Ted also contributes to. As an expert in foreign markets and travel, Ted Bauman is constantly working to help educate the general populace on how they can take control of their finances and make a larger impact on the financial industry.
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Ted Bauman was actually born in the United States, but he spent most of his life abroad, working in the hospitality department in South Africa. For more than 20 years, Ted spent his time working to help people around the world to live better lives, especially through Slum Dwellers, which has helped millions of people around the globe over the years. Ted has gained a lot of knowledge in the financial industry purely through his positions at large nonprofit companies and now he uses that information to help citizens across the country. All across the world, millions of people are fighting to overcome the huge gap that is present in regards to wealth distribution. While circumstances are different in the United States, the rich are always out to get richer off of the poor. For more than five years now since Ted Bauman has taken up a chief editing position at Banyan Hill, thousands of investors have been able to secure their futures and become successful as entrepreneurs. Ted Bauman Says Amazon Isn’t a Monopoly, Warns Shareholders of Vulnerability