Ted Bauman, editor of The Bauman Letter at Banyan Hill Publishing, is focused on helping people manage and protect their assets, avoid corporate greed and government interference while providing low-risk investment strategies. Bauman was born and raised on America’s east coast, and as a young man he emigrated to South America where he continued his education and attained post graduate degrees in History and Economics. While living in South America he held various executive positions in the nonprofit sector. He helped found Slum Dwellers Internationals that has gone on to assist more than 14 million people in 35 countries. Ted Bauman has always been focused on helping and protecting ordinary people.
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Writing about financial matters does not always make compelling reading, and Ted Bauman comments that his ability to write and catch peoples’ attention with interesting narratives is the value that he brings to Banyan Hill. In addition to his writing skills, he places great value on having as much information as possible in order to provide people with the knowledge they need to manage their prosperity. Ted Bauman is therefore always gathering information from mainstream media and also on obscure sites on the internet. His ability to correctly assess what he reads on such sites gives him an extra dimension when communicating through The Bauman Letter. Getting information from unorthodox sites and understanding how to evaluate it gives Bauman’s advice a unique edge. He also does all research himself and feels that this is vital for assessing all the information gathered.
Ted Bauman comments that he is excited about how people are not simply accepting the nature of the economy as in the past. Now people are questioning the present day economy and the problems that confront it. People are beginning to think about the role of large businesses and how beneficial they are to society. Today’s world is unpredictable, and Bauman recommends diversification and protecting assets against unforeseen events.
Paul Mampilly was recently asked to reveal a big error that beginning investors make. He commented that he has noticed that too many people invest all of their wealth in one single investment. Instead of using part of their investment account and protecting the rest of it, they place all of it into one stock choice. If they make the wrong pick, they can lose all of their money or a very large amount of it quickly. Many beginners will hear this and do their best to not invest everything all at once. Instead of succeeding, many of these people will invest the majority of their wealth into one investment. This can have the same results as investing it all into one stock or investment.
Paul Mampilly started out his working life with Bankers Trust as an assistant portfolio manager. He did very well for the company and worked his way into other positions where he managed millions of dollars of wealth. He eventually moved on and went to serve at Deutsche Bank as a research assistant. He was able to work his way into ING and eventually Kinetics Asset Management. Before leaving Wall Street behind, he earned billions of dollars for Kinetics Asset Management and earned the firm the title of the “World’s Best” hedge fund from Barron’s.
Today, Paul Mampilly does his best to help the “little guy,” and the people who don’t receive as much attention as the wealthy do. He doesn’t offer people get-rich-quick advice because he knows that building wealth has to do with taking many little steps. Thanks to Paul Mampilly, many people have been able to create the financial life they have always dreamed of.