Ted Bauman is an experienced asset protection manager with a degree in business administration from the prestigious Georgia University. He worked in various companies including Burger King, Habitat for Humanity as well as McDonald’s and the United Nations. He has a vast understanding of asset protection and is a skilled investor working under Banyan Hill’s asset portfolio management jurisdiction. Bauman also has unique knowledge of asset management and navigating the precarious industry. Over the years, he’s developed a significant understanding of disasters surrounding asset management and evaluation and measure risks involved. He advises that one of the primary ways of disaster-proofing your valuables is by storing them in a customized lockbox. Not only are the boxes waterproof but also fireproof. Although he cautions investors against storing valuables at home, Bauman advises that effective asset protection is achievable through safe-deposit boxes in local as well as foreign banks. Safe-deposit boxes are easily accessible but need insurance coverage. They are they protected by law and can also be accessed by various parties via a court order.
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Ted Bauman graduated from the State University of New York after receiving a bachelor degree in business administration. He helps clients to secure liquid assets in vaults that need greater financial outlay. He advises investors in various stock markets to protect their investment against precarious industry situations through planning. He also notes that there is a massive drop in stock value and is usually followed up by an upsurge and reiterates that the bullman may not last as long as people expect. He also advises investors to have a balanced view of the industry to allow them to create a defensive strategy to safeguard their investments.
Ted Bauman graduated from Cape Town University with a postgraduate in economics. In his 25-year career in South Africa, he served as a revered executive in various roles including working in the not-for-profit sector as a hedge fund manager in charge of low-cost housing projects. In 2000, Ted Bauman majored in extensive research and writing on investment and urban planning issues. He also traveled extensively to analyze the economic situations of these industries.