Ted Bauman is the editor of The Bauman Letter, Alpha Stock Alert and Plan B Club at the Banyan Hill Publishing since 2013. He mainly specializes in asset protection, investment strategies for low-risk stock and international immigration issues. Throughout his life, Ted has worked towards helping people aware of their resources and ways to live successfully free from the effects of government oversights and corporate unfair advantage. Bauman later moved to South Africa from the United States to study economics and history from the University of Cape Town. He started his career as a fund manager for affordable housing with philanthropic institutions. In connection to this, he founded Slum Dwellers Internationals whose impact has helped over 14 million people in 35 countries globally.
Ted Bauman, who has over 20 years’ experience in the market recently gave an insight that the current bull market may not last long. He provides an equal probability of the market rising or sinking to deeper lengths in the near future. The financial market has a history of crashes like the one in 2007-2008, and also times where it has risen beyond expectations. This prediction by Bauman calls for the investors to be cautious and careful with their asset management. He advises the investors to develop practical plans that cross cut through the bull and bear market to avoid being caught by surprises by market changes.
Through his published articles, Ted Bauman provides tips on how investors can navigate through the volatile stock market. One of these ways is a look at the market trends and analyzes the upward movements of stocks after a crash. He then advises rule-based selling strategy to select stocks. Second, Ted advises investors to maintain a balanced viewpoint in choosing the right stocks. Despite the high and lows, this leveled viewpoint will allow investors to stand strong. Lastly, Bauman advises investors to create and stick strong investment strategies.
Ted Bauman discourages investors from using emotions to make investment decisions. As far as instincts should not be entirely ignored, they should always be backed by actual data. These investment strategies and a follow up on Ted’s articles should help an investor succeed in the unpredictable market.
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