Substantial amounts of wealth is what drives society. This goes for each and every standard of living as well as for conducting business. If you don’t protect your wealth, you will certainly lose it. Just about every week, there is some form of financial corruption being exposed. Sometimes it just feels like everyone is out for themselves, despite hurting others. Ted Bauman of Atlanta, Georgia, is aware of these tragic situations, and he does what he can to enlighten the minds of people across the globe. Bauman goes by many different titles, but it’s safe to say that he specializes in asset protection, low-risk investment strategies and privacy. He’s a very successful individual with a solid reputation of integrity. Just take one look at his remarkable background and you’ll see why he is one of the most respected men in the finance industry.
Bauman has spent at least 25 years working abroad. He was actually born here in the U.S. After emigrating to South Africa, he would set up shop after graduating from college. Bauman attended the University of Cape Town where he earned two postgraduate degrees. This would be for economics and history. He has certainly used his economics educational background to the fullest by helping millions of people in a number of ways. In a way, you can say that he’s a financial mentor because he gives such great financial advice. He was also the co-founder of the successful Slum Dwellers Internationals. When it comes to low-cost housing, this guy has helped people all across the pond and in 35 different countries. It would be hard to find another individual with this much clout and with this much heart. He’s basically a businessman with a heart of gold.
Bauman strongly believes that people should protect their investments at all times. There are just too many Ponzi schemes or pyramid schemes out there. He states that people should store their gold in Switzerland, or that people should find more affordable healthcare in other countries. With so much corporate greed going around, an ounce of prevention is better than a pound a cure.