In 2013 after many years working in the nonprofit industry, Ted Bauman joined the Banyan Hill Publishing company. Ted Bauman serves as the editor of various literary works such as the Bauman Letter, the Alpha Stock Alert as well as the PLan B Club. Most of Mr.Bauman’s life was spent helping people in South Africa achieve a more fulfilling life free from government oppression. Mr.Bauman also holds degrees in both history and economics from the University of Cape Town South Africa. In a recent Q&A, Mr.Bauman allowed us to go a little more in-depth about the issues affecting our current global economy as well as other aspects of his current occupation with Banyan Hill Publishing.
What is one current trend that you see rising at the moment?
Ted Bauman states that a rising trend that he’s been noticing is the questioning of the global economy by everyday people. Mr.Bauman adds that this isn’t solely a curiosity being seen in the U.S but in fact, the whole world. Ted Bauman explains that people are not becoming aware of all the deals being made between governments and large corporations and asking themselves if bending over backward to accommodate these businesses will be beneficial for the nation in the future. Although Mr.Bauman doesn’t’ condone growing government regulation, he does support the idea of regular people questioning the economy. Read article of Ted Bauman at blogwebpedia.com
How are you able to bring to life your work?
It is rather difficult to constantly keep the reader engaged when writing on mundane topics such as asset protection and finance, says Ted Bauman. However, Mr.Bauman is able to keep his readers engaged by simply pointing out examples of on the topic at hand. This allows the reader to engage with the material and understand how it could affect their finances/
What is the worst job you’ve ever had?
Mr.Bauman explains that he has never really had what one would call a bad job, maybe a job that wasn’t the best place to work in, but he admits that he’s never truly hated on. Mr.Bauman adds that these types of minimum wage jobs that he’s held over his younger years allowed to understand the need to find a true passion in life. Learn more: https://www.dailyforexreport.com/ted-bauman-amazon-isnt-monopoly/