Ted Bauman joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013. He serves the company as a financial editor, and he is the editor of The Bauman Letter. Ted has had a distinguished career in the financial industry. He focuses much of his writing on asset protection and low risk investments in the Letter as well as his other two publications. He is also the editor of Plan B Club and the Alpha Stock Alert, both of which are published by Banyan Hill as well. His readership exceeds 100,000 customers, the highest for any editor at the company.
He has a proven track record of success, and his words of advice are followed closely by many people. Ted Bauman recently wrote about the possibility of a stock market crash. In his opinion, US stocks or overvalued. The CAPE ratio, a method that Ted uses to value stocks, will compare a company’s corporate earnings to their stock prices in a 10 year period. He explained that the CAPE ratio is now double its historical average, and the market may see an adjustment to a more average ratio. This could result in a drop of approximately 35%. He encourages investors to focus on lowering investment risks and diversifying. Ted Bauman also recommends that investors work with an expert to help plan their investment strategy.
Ted graduated from the University of Cape Town in South Africa. He achieved his advanced degrees in Economics and History. Ted Bauman has served in a variety of positions in the nonprofit and financial sectors. He strives to help his readers protect their wealth with highly innovative investment strategies. He shares a wealth of information every month in The Bauman Letter. He has many years of domestic and international experience, having spent over 25 years living in South Africa. Ted was born in Washington DC, and was raised in Maryland. He returned to the United States 10 years ago, and he has since been residing in Atlanta with his family.