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Ted Bauman

Ted BaumanTed BaumanEditor of The Bauman Letter and Profit Switch

Ted Bauman joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013 and is editor of The Bauman Letter, Big Picture. Big Profits. and Profit Switch. He lives in Atlanta, GA with his family.

As an economic historian and best-selling financial author, Ted brings unique and powerful wealth-building insights based on a lifetime of research and experience working with the World Bank, the South African government, and European financial specialists.

Born in Washington, D.C. and raised on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Ted emigrated to South Africa as a young man in search of adventure. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Cape Town with postgraduate degrees in economics, economic history and politics.

Ted's Articles

The Truth Behind Rising Gas Prices The Truth Behind Rising Gas Prices - In times of turmoil, people tend to point fingers at anything and anyone. And in today’s market, with two weeks of downtrends, increased interest rates and rising prices on gasoline …everyone's pointing fingers. But who’s to blame here, if anyone? Today I’ll be clearing the air on these gas price myths and setting the record straight on what the real issue is.
four key signals to spot the end of the fed's fury A Potential End to the Fed’s Fury? - The Federal Reserve’s interest rate rampage continues as the S&P 500 and broader market officially enter bear market territory. But this isn't the end of the world. Quite the opposite. In fact, today I’ll be giving you four key signals that will eventually confirm the Fed’s fury is ending. Follow them to find out when the market really hits bottom … and you've got a golden ticket to future gains.
U.S. dollar taking beating Why We Can’t Have Nice Things: Energy Edition - You know what really gets my goat? Plenty of things, to be honest. But the goat-gettingest thing of all is deliberate, self-interested spin masquerading as “research” on critical issues. Energy is a case in point.
inflation isn't over, and the Fed's weapon to fight it off is weaker than ever before The Fed’s Battle Against Inflation Isn’t Over - Big Tech stocks have bounced back in recent weeks, thanks in part to signs that inflation might be slowing. If so, the Federal Reserve's aggressive rate hikes would be near their end — but I'm not so sure. Today I'll show you why inflation is nowhere near over, and why the Fed's weapons to fight it off are weaker than they've ever been before.
How You Can Escape the Fed’s “Teddy Bear Picnic” How You Can Escape the Fed’s “Teddy Bear Picnic” - Last week, I wrote that in its quest to defeat inflation, the Federal Reserve wants to make investors like us poorer. The “wealth effect” says happy and bullish investors tend to spend more money than sad and bearish ones. So, as far as the Fed is concerned, plummeting portfolio values are a good thing. But that’s only part of the story...
Fed wants you to be poorer The Fed Wants You to Be Poorer - The theory of the “wealth effect” says that people feel more financially secure when asset values are rising. That makes them more likely to spend. Ergo, if you want people to spend less, asset prices must fall. That’s a risky proposition. But with inflation running at the hottest pace in four decades — and with the gridlocked federal government about as effective as a wet paper towel — the Federal Reserve is taking that risk. As I’ll show you in just a moment, this gamble could have devastating consequences for Americans’ hard-earned wealth. But you don’t have to take it on the chin. Here’s how to make your wealth increase … even if the Fed does its worst.
bullwhip effect in bear market Bank on the “Bullwhip Effect” for Big Trading Gains - Many investors are worried about inflation. But I’m concerned about a much deeper trend with serious long-term implications. It stretches all the way back to the beginning of COVID-19’s supply chain disruptions, a “Bullwhip Effect” that could rip through retailers and portfolios. And today, I’m showing you how you can avoid it…
Bank on This 15.6% Yield - You can certainly profit by using a stock’s price history to spot opportunities. But in times of major upheaval, like today, “technicals” are a poor guide. Normally, reliable information on the history of individual assets is overwhelmed by external factors. In this case, I prefer to focus on the Big Picture. And right now, the Big Picture is telling me to be opportunistic … but to let someone else do the work.
Bear Market Rally Ready for a Bear Market Rally? - In history, some of the BIGGEST rallies have occurred in the middle of bear markets. Look at the dot-com bust or the Great Financial Crisis of 2008, each of them had powerful rallies in an incredibly short amount of time. So, the big question is: How do you know when they’re going to occur? Ted Bauman and Clint Lee give you the three conditions to look for and the sectors to hone in on.
"Old World" Stocks Pay Cash as Tech Sinks “Old World” Stocks Pay Cash as Tech Sinks - Lately, the daily parade of headlines in my email inbox is dominated by a single gloomy sentiment — that the world as we know it is coming to an end. What’s an ordinary investor supposed to do? Well, for one thing, you can breathe easily. The world will most likely change … but it’s not […]

Ted’s Advisory Services

  • Profit Switch

    Ted Bauman is always searching for safe ways to help you protect and grow your wealth. And Profit Switch does just that. Ted developed a three-step investment strategy that anyone can use to help build a six-figure nest egg. It even uncovered 10 winning trades out of 12 when the pandemic sent the markets crashing. So if you’ve ever wondered how top billionaire investors make money in the market … whether it’s going up, down or sideways … this is something you need to see.

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  • The Bauman Letter

    Ted is on a mission to help you achieve endless income with bold thinking. The Bauman Letter uses a commonsense approach to help you grow your wealth and live the life you’ve always dreamed of. His investment strategy uses four simple criteria to help you make smart investment decisions that are driven less by emotion and more on earning endless income.

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