Ted Bauman has been the editor of Alpha Stock Alert, Plan B Club and Bauman Letter at Banyan Hill Publishing since 2013. Ted specializes in privacy, low-risk investment strategies, asset protection, and international migration problems. His job is to provide people with insight on what is happening in their economies, events and things that can affect their security, wealth, prosperity, and their freedom.
The Bauman Letter explains Ted Bauman’s mission of helping people to be in charge of their financial destiny. Through it, he gives insight on how to discover the joy of having personal freedom using realistic strategies that are action-oriented to grow individuals’ wealth. His tips are useful and direct one on how to protect their privacy to enable them to enjoy their dream life. This has always been his dream, and he has aimed his effort at directly impacting the people to be in touch with the resources they have to enable them to live in sovereignty away from corporate greed and governmental oversight.
Some of the Bauman Letter topics have been, how to eat like a king at half the cost, how to summer in a dream vacation spot for free & earn money doing it, and 7 secrets of doubling your retirement gains before you buy a single stock. Visit Ted Bauman at thesovereigninvestor.com to know more.
Ted went to the University of Cape Town, South Africa graduating with postgraduate degrees in Economics and History. He was born in Washington, D.C. and grew up on the eastern shore of Maryland before immigrating to South Africa. He spent about 25 years in different executive roles mainly in the nonprofit sector as a fund manager for cost effective housing projects. The most outstanding has been the Slum Dwellers International which has touched more than 14 million individuals across 35 countries.
Commenting on the index-based exchange-traded fund (ETF) using market-cap weighting, Ted Bauman noted that its a highly concentrated portfolio of big-cap companies such as Apple. People invest their money in index-based ETFs without realizing that usually, large stocks perform worse than average stocks in the same industry. Ted Bauman advice people to invest in time-based strategies that are proven such as alternative-weighted index ETFs because, even if they do not win on a monthly basis, over time, they will generate enough excess returns.
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— Ted Bauman Guru (@Ted_B_Guru) January 8, 2018