Ted Bauman is a senior editor at Banyan Hill Publishing. He creates investment information for the American investor. His specialty is in assets protection and low-risk investment strategies. He was never an investor right from a young age; he spent years working in various companies and even at a gas station.
Bauman says that the time he spent in these companies prepared him for who he is today. He got to experience how being felt like. He experienced the struggles that the working class encounters daily in places of work and even in their lives. From living from paycheck to paycheck to facing bosses and supervisors, this was an experience that has shaped the person he is today.
Ted Bauman was born in Washington D.C. he attended Cape Town University in South Africa where he graduated with a degree in economics and history. He worked with an organization known as Habitat for Humanity. The organization gave him an opportunity to travel around the world. He visited Latin America and the Caribbean. Bauman helped create the Slum Dwellers International, an organization that has operations in 35 countries and serves over 14 million around the world.
Ted Bauman has worked for the United Nations, governments and non-profit organizations from different parts of the globe. He is the author of the Bauman Letter, a blog that he owns and runs through the Banyan Hill Publishing.
In one of his recent blogs, Ted Bauman suggested some measures that people can take to secure their valuable assets. Bauman believes in keeping his valuable assets away from the banks. However, in doing so, he is exposed to another risk of his valuables being destroyed by fire or burglars. Some of the measures he proposed include home safe, Safe-deposit box at the bank, Independent vault among others.
A fireproof and waterproof safe is one of the best ways of keeping valuables. For large assets such as guns, it is better to purchase a customized safe.
Bauman adds that the best place to keep assets is not at home. The assets should be distributed among different locations. It means that in case one location is affected, you do not lose everything. Ted Bauman Explains 3 Possible Stock Market Crash Outcomes