Ted Bauman has been the editor of the Bauman Letter at Banyan Hill Publishing, Alpha Stock Alert, and Plan B Club. He is a specialist in low-risk investment plans, asset protection, privacy, and international migration issues. He attended the University of Cape Town graduating with a bachelor’s degree in economics, and later earned a BS in business administration from the State University, before earning his MBA in Finance from Georgia State University. View Ted Bauman’s profile on LinkedIn
The Bauman letter is aimed at helping people take advantage of prevailing options and be in charge of their financial situation. The Bauman letter incorporates logical and step by step plans of growing, maintaining and safeguarding personal wealth in a number of ways. For you to enjoy your life in privacy without the worries of finances, Ted Bauman takes you through ways to use the resources you have away from corporate interference and federal oversight. He is passionate about providing people with financial knowledge about areas in the national economy where they touch on their well-being, safety, health, wealth creation, and their freedom. The Bauman Letter has handled insightful topics such as eating out at half price, how to land a dream vacation for free, how to increase retirement investments and other tips on making the most out of financial situations.
He was born in Maryland, Washington, D.C. before he immigrated to South Africa as a young man, where for 25 years he was involved in the executive leadership of a non-profit organization. He worked as a fund manager for low-cost housing projects and founded Slum Dwellers International.
For people interested in achieving safe, long-term and solid gains that are over the market targets, Ted Bauman recommends people to invest in alternative-weighting ETFs. This follows the Reverse Cap Weighted U.S. Large-Cap ETF (NYSE: RVRS) which S&P 500 component weighting are flipped and determined by an inverse of their relative market capitalization. He says the flipped EFTs have performed better than the S&P 500.
Additionally, Ted Bauman recommends giving part of your investment to a time-tested statistical relationship he calls the Smart Money System. He says Smart Money has beaten the S&P 500 over time and in the short time. He quotes the 24% increase in Smart money this year, versus 16.7% for the S&P 500. In last ten years, Smart Money returns were 125% higher than the S&P 500, higher than the excess gains from the alternative-weighting ETFs.
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