Ted Bauman is an investment expert who specializes in finding low-risk investment opportunities for the people who count on him the most; his readers. Bauman is the editor and writer who serves up The Bauman Letter, Alpha Stock Alert, and Plan B Club. He has been working with Banyan Hill Publishing for close to half of a decade and continues to help people protect their assets. Bauman was born in the United States in Washington, D.C. but emigrated to South Africa when he was younger. There, he completed postgraduate degrees in economics and history while attending the University of Cape Town in South Africa.
Ted Bauman has made his way into a spread of different well known journals that are published all over the world and has also worked with the government of South Africa and the United Nations. His gift with words has allowed him to share many different asset protection strategies, which he believes are very important. While the stock market is a great way to invest money, Ted Bauman feels that investors should have some liquid assets on-hand at all times, too. The problem with these is that they can be stolen, damaged, or destroyed.
To prevent any of these from happening, Ted Bauman wants investors to consider investing in a lockbox or home safe. He has commented that these should be waterproof and fireproof and that a custom safe that can be bolted to the ground is a good idea. While many investors want to keep their valuables close to them, Bauman feels that this is a bad idea. He advises that people spread their liquid assets out and suggest that they consider using a safe-deposit box as another holding place. He has suggested that investors consider getting a safe-deposit box at a foreign bank where the contents can’t be confiscated for any reason.
Ted Bauman suggests that an independent vault in the United States or a foreign country is another possible safe place for liquid investments. He likes these because they are not connected with any financial institutions, and if you have one in a foreign country, you don’t need to report what’s in it if is precious metals or cash. In the end, Bauman wants investors to think ahead because that is how they will keep their hard-earned investments.