Ted Bouman is an economist by training and serves as the editor of the Bouman letter, Alpha Stock Alert and Plan B Club at Banyan Hill Publishing where he joined back in the year 2013. He had earlier worked as the director of the International Housing Programs at Habitat of Humanity International. In the early 2000s, Bouman worked as a consultant carrying out extensive research and writing on housing, urban planning and financial issues for clients from European grant make agencies, South African government and the United Nations.
Ted Bouman resides in Atlanta together with his family. He has largely specialized in low risk investment strategies, privacy, asset protection and international migration issues. Ted was born in Washington D.C. in the United States but grew up in the eastern shore of Maryland. Ted is a compassionate man and all through his life, he has directly helped people with the resources they require so as to have a comfortable life.
Working on different International housing projects, Ted Bouman has got a privilege to tour the world. He has been to over 75 different nations, extending his tours largely in Asia, Caribbean, Europe, Africa and the Latin America. He has also appeared on several international journals like the Small Enterprise Development and Environment and Urbanization and the Journal of Microfinance. Ted has also been in South African Press such as the Cape Argus, Cape Times and the New Internationalist.
Ted Bauman had an interview with ideamesch where he said that one of his worst experiences was working at a grocery shop while he was young. He also said that for him, morning is his most productive time and works till 5PM on daily bases. He said his goal as a writer is to write down significant topics in a manner that the readers will get motivated to read more and more.
According to Ted Bauman, it is wise and more profitable to work, invest and store your wealth in different countries. He says by doing this one shall have evaded the risks that result from storing all your eggs in one basket. He also disclosed that he hates engaging in tasks outside of work in the morning since morning ours are his most productive hours. Ted also said that he regrets not becoming a good time manager earlier in his life, as this would have made him more productive than he currently is. View: http://sovereignsociety.com/meet-the-experts/ted-bauman/