While the stock market may continue as a bull market according to Ted Bauman, it’s just as likely that the stock market in the United States will experience a significant crash that will affect the economy on a global level. While Ted Bauman earned his bachelors in business administration in 1993 through The State University of New York, he continued his educated at the University of Cape Town in South Africa where he had immigrated to from Washington D.C. He remained in South Africa for 25 years before eventually returning to the United States.
His advice is highly sought after as he is considered an expert in low-risk investments due to the large amount of experience and knowledge he acquired while working with various non-profit organizations in countries around the world. Not only is the editor and writer of popular newsletters through his current position at Banyan Hill Publishing, he is also a public speaker. One of his upcoming events that Ted Bauman will be featured at is the Total Wealth Symposium in Las Vegas, Nevada. The presenters and organizers are hoping to help their attendees make at least $1 million in profits this year alone.
Ted Bauman is familiar with the struggles that many people face while working manual labor jobs as he has held many of these positions before getting involved in investing. He knows that this type of work can make it very difficult to sustain a good lifestyle and wants to help everyone in America reach success. While some people think that a society’s success can be measured by the wealth of their corporations, he believes that those at the bottom must be doing well in order for a country to thrive on a long-term basis.
At Banyan Hill Publishing, he acts as an editor for many different publishing projects such as the Plan B Club and the Alpha Stock Alert. Some of the topics that he focuses on for Main Street Americans are how to protect assets as well as dealing with privacy problems. He believes that everyone should be free from the greed of corporations to live their best lives. Financial expert Ted Bauman says scalability looms as bitcoin’s biggest problem