The Life and Work of Ted Bauman

     In the year 2013, Ted Bauman got admitted to The Sovereign Society in Sep. He works as the editor of The Bauman Letter and also as the editor of Plan B Club. His work is mainly centered on the protection of assets and issues that deal with international migration. On top of that, Ted is also the editor of Smart Money Alert. Smart Money Alert is an advisory group that is established on a trading system that is rule-based. Other than that, this group has never lost in the ten years it has been operating.

Ted was born in Washington, D.C. He grew up in Maryland on the Eastern Shore. Later on, when he grew up, and he was a young man, Ted went to South Africa. He attended the University of Cape Town where he graduated with a postgraduate degree having specialized in Economics and History. Ted has a 25-year career in South Africa. During this 25 years, he got an opportunity to serve in various exclusive positions in non-profit sectors. He once served as the fund manager in a project that was geared towards building low-cost housing.

After this job, he got the job of a consultant where he used to do a lot of research and do a lot of writing on topics such as housing, finance, and urban planning for different clients such as the government of South Africa, United Nations, and grant-making agencies in Europe. During this period, he also got the opportunity to travel a lot, and he did a lot of touring in the continents of Africa, Europe, and Asia.

In 2008, Ted Bauman traveled back to the United States of America. He was offered a job and worked as the Director of International Housing Programs. That program is under the international Habitat for Humanity that is found in Atlanta, Georgia. During this period, Ted got the opportunity to extend his traveling escapades to the regions of Latin America and also in the Caribbean. He did not stop what he loved to do.

He continued to do a lot of research, and he did comprehensive writing on the topic of International Development. In the year 2013, Ted resigned from his job as the Director of International Housing Programs at the Habitat for Humanity. He focused all his time on being a full-time researcher and a full-time writer. That has led Ted to be published in several international journals such as the Journal of Microfinance and many others.

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