Fueled by his inherent business savvy and financial literacy, Ted Bauman set out to create an illustrious career as a financial advisor. Before embarking on his entrepreneurial pursuits, Bauman uprooted his life in America and resettled in South Africa in the hopes of experiencing profound adventures. During this transcending juncture, Bauman earned his degree from the University of Cape Town. After gaining sufficient knowledge in the areas of history and economics, Bauman was ready to pursue business endeavors. Given his partiality to diverse experiences, it comes as no surprise that Ted Bauman assumed many roles in his line of work.
From fund manager to consultant, Bauman had various stints as a financial counselor. His most notable occupation was consulting for the United Nations. Fortunately, his studies in international migration issues made Bauman equipped to advise on foreign matters. In the hopes of getting intimately involved in his craft, Bauman became a member of the Slum Dwellers International organization. In 2008, Ted Bauman returned to America where he became the Director of International Programs. With his sights set on guiding others to a path of prosperity, Bauman felt his undertakings weren’t fulfilling his desires. As an attempt to bring his aspirations to fruition, Bauman turned his career on its ear by pursuing writing.
As a profoundly creative individual, a career in financial writing appealed to Bauman. Following in his father’s footsteps, Ted Bauman sharpened skills as a writer and began creating content for Banyan Hill Publishing. His newsletter, dubbed The Bauman Letter, offers pearls of wisdom on how to preserve and secure wealth. Offering investment tips and unique strategies are two ways Bauman intends to aid others. Bauman found such success in this endeavor that it spurred the arrival of a similar undertaking, Smart Money. Smart Money is a weekly stock trading service that Ted Bauman pioneered. As innovative as he is wise, Bauman is the epitome of an exemplary businessman.