Ted Bauman has built a reputation as the editor of both the Plan B Club and the Bauman Letter. In September of 2013 he began serving The Sovereign Society with specialties in low-risk investment strategies, international migration issues, privacy and asset protection. His insightful writings appear every week in The Sovereign Investor Daily.
Ted Bauman was born in Washington, D.C. He spent his childhood on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. When he was a young man he chose to relocate to South Africa. He was educated at the University of Cape Town. When he graduated he had earned his postgraduate degrees in both History and Economics. Ted Bauman spent 25 years in Africa as he built his career and gained both experience and expertise. He worked in the nonprofit sector in a many different executive roles. He served projects for low cost housing as a fund manager.
By the year 2000 Ted Bauman was employed as a consultant. His extensive writing and research was focused on urban planning, housing and finance issues. He served extremely diverse clientele including the United Nations, grant making agencies in Europe and the government of South Africa. He spent a lot of his time traveling mostly throughout Africa, Europe and Asia. Learn more at Seeking Alpha about Ted Bauman
In 2008 Ted Bauman made the decision to come back to the United States. He worked out of Atlanta, Georgia for the Habitat for Humanity International. He used the skills he had acquired as the Director of International Housing Programs. During this period of time Ted Bauman started traveling to the Caribbean and Latin America. His writing and research continued and were focused on many different topics in relation to international development. He decided to leave the Habitat for Humanity in 2013 because he felt it was time to devote himself to writing and researching on a full time basis.
Numerous international journals have published the exemplary work of Ted Bauman. This includes prestigious publications such as Cape Argus, Small Enterprise Development, the Guardian, New Internationalist, the Journal of Microfinance, the South African press, Environment and Urbanization, the Cape Times, Mail and so many more. He has recently coauthored a book with his father Robert Bauman. The book is titled Where to Stash Your Cash. Ted Bauman has built and solid career in his field and is both well read and well respected.