Browse Month

December 2017

Ted Bauman, an Exceptional Economist

Ted is an excellent stock market analyst who has been predicting and giving insights on what the financial markets are likely to perform in the next period. For over 9 years in the market, Ted has never gone wrong in his predictions.

Lately, he has been focusing on crypto currency which has been growing in a ridiculous rate and the possibility of having a rise in inflation rates in the US if the Tax rate is going to go down. Ted explains the two factors using financial logic and theories. These helps in understanding why currencies behave the way they do and the impacts of some actions taken on them.

Ted is a postgraduate holder in two degrees, Economics and History at Cape Town University, South Africa. He was born in Washington, D.C and was brought up on the Eastern Shore, Maryland. He then immigrated to South Africa where he took his postgraduate education.

He started his career in South Africa and has worked there for over 25 years but later went back to the U.S. He has been in executive positions, working for non-profit organizations. Ted has been a consultant, writing and researching extensively on housing, finance and urban planning for diversified clients both locally and internationally.

Ted is the Editorial Director in Banyan Hill Publishing. He edits Plan B Club, The Bauman Letter and Alpha Stock Alert. He is specific on investment strategies with low risks, asset protection, issues in international immigration and privacy.

He intends to teach people on how to live free lives from corporate greed and governmental oversight. He believes that good life is not only meant for those on the Street Wall but also to everybody else as well.

In his practicing career life, ted has traveled in 35 countries all over the world. He has helped over 14 million people living in low cost housing through one of the projects he contributed in its formation, the Slum Dwellers International.

Through his newsletter, The Bauman, Ted has helped in improving the living standards of his subscribers. He has recommended them economic opportunities and offered solutions at a personal level.

His rich work has been published in different and popular international journals. Additionally, ted is co-authoring a book with his father, a former Congressman in the U.S. The title of the book will be Where to Stash Your Cash. The book is hoped to be of help to the common citizen. Read more:

The Key Things To Know About Brazilian Investing From Igor Cornelsen

Brazil is a place that has so many investing opportunities that even when their economy is down, you can still look into investing in various industries. When you need an expert to point you in the right direction for Brazilian investing, Igor Cornelsen is just the person to turn to because he has worked in the banking industry there and knows how much of their financial policies work. He worked at three big banks before retiring to live in Miami, but this is what he has said about Brazil’s financial situation according to PRNewswire.


Igor Cornelsen says there’s reason to be hopeful since the appointment of Finance Minister Joaquim Levy because he has the qualifications for the position and it’s expected he will have more international-friendly policies. But Cornelsen says investors also need to look at the banks and their management. There are basically 10 banks that have been where investments have flowed through over the years and among them are Banco Itau, Banco do Brasil, Citibank Brazil and Banco Bradesco. Cornelsen encourages investors looking to enter the Brazilian market to get to know locals down there and learn from them which banks are the best to invest with.

Igor Cornelsen also says investors need to pay attention to the developments in China. China is a key competitor and trade partner and its relations with Brazil and the US will always impact the Brazilian markets, especially considering it too is a major goods exporter. Cornelsen also says the value of the Brazilian real is another thing to look out for because he’s felt that for so long it’s been priced above what it should be. He expects Brazil’s new leaders will slowly devalue it to make sure it settles back into its true value without crashing the nation’s currency.

Read more: IgorCornelsen Is Giving Three Valuable Tips to Invest in a Growing Foreign Market