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September 29, 2018

Ted Bauman: How To Kill A Bull

Ted Bauman is an editor for Banyan Hill Publishing. He holds degrees from the University of Cape Town in History and Economics. His earliest work experience involved working at fast food restaurants and gas stations. Later he traveled all over the world for Habitat for Humanity. He took managerial roles in housing projects in the nonprofit sector. His writings have been published in respectable journals. Today, one of his areas of specialization involves writing about low-risk investing and wealth preservation strategies. Many of his life experiences through volunteer work and employment have led him to believe that society should try to help the lower classes.

Lately, Ted Bauman has been advising his readers to adopt a more cautious stance in regard to the US Stock market. Mr. Bauman has always recommended that individuals start off investing in a defensive manner before they get aggressive. Most pundits on financial outlets talk about the current bull market going on indefinitely, but there are a few respectable individuals on Wall Street who are starting to get nervous about the stock market. The bull market is the longest in history and Mr. Bauman feels that there are factors that could start to push stock prices lower. He says that if the Federal Reserve keeps pushing interest rates, investors seeking safer yield will exit the stock market. If economic data keeps showing up positive, the Federal Reserve will likely remain on their current course of action. Ted Bauman believes that if interest rates hit four percent, the bull market will end. He also pointed out that the current trade war could speed the process of ending the bull market in equities.

Ted Bauman advises investors to brace for a down market if it comes but he urges investors not to try to time the market. Sometimes, it could take up to a year for a bear market to be officially acknowledged. If the stock market does crash, equities may bounce back in a similar matter to 1987. Investors who panicked lost money and those that remained calm made a ten percent rate of return by the end of the year. Mr. Bauman believes that investors should make sure they have bonds in their financial portfolio because they can help an investor survive a bear market in stocks.

 

September 22, 2018

Ted Bauman Is An Investment Professional Who Writes Enlightening Content For Banyan Hill Publishing

Ted Bauman is an investor and writer who teamed up with Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013. He works as the editor of a spread of publications within the publishing company including Alpha Stock Alert, Plan B Club, and The Bauman Letter. Bauman helps investors to protect their assets better, to protect their privacy, and points out low-risk investment strategies. For most of his life, he has worked to help people find the resources they need to live an independent life. He has also worked with many nonprofits in South Africa where he was able to help 14 million people from all over the world.

If you take a look at Ted Bauman’s Twitter account, you can see that he is focused on sharing the most helpful articles with his followers. Many of them cover investment opportunities and some of them are educational in nature. On his Twitter account, he is also alerting people of the possibility of a second Great Depression, and he has been indicating there that the Dow could drop by as much as 70%. When September 11th of 2018 came around, instead of sending out random tweets, Ted Bauman shared a tweet that linked to an article that explained how the stock market was effected on 09/11.

Ted Bauman was asked in a recent interview if he would do anything differently if he could start his life over. In reply, he commented that the most important thing he would do differently is to become much better with managing his time when he was a younger man. Instead, he has had to learn the hard way how to do so, and he also admitted that he would have been more productive over the course of his life. Bauman has also talked about how he would work harder to understand the detailed and more complicated sides of economics; if only to be able to engage people who look at the world in this way. Ted Bauman has also spoken about his position with Banyan Hill and has commented that he keeps up with every bit of news he can in order to be a better source of information for his readers.

To learn more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17xmYH0JJeg