Ted Bauman is a crusader and the guru behind helpful financial tips for the vulnerable in the society. The Banyan Hill writer and editor of The Bauman Letter personal contributions have paved a way to financial security for everyone. This family man is constantly coming up with how to solutions for protecting and growing your wealth. More so, his efforts have seen Alpha Stock Alert beat the S&P 500 index that has seen returns of up 585%. A number unmatched by the S&P 500’s 57% return. The system is made for retirees and aggressive traders.
Consequently, this economic student has made it his personal calling to give you the tools to your financial destiny. This maverick of information leads you through little-known, actionable strategies that protect your privacy, invest in low-risk strategies and live life without financial consequence according to tumblr.com.
Ted is active on both Twitter and Facebook where he shares his knowledge on investment matters.
Ted has highlighted mistakes that retirees do. His insight into financial security before the golden years boils down to three things: credit score, value and age. Time is also a factor when assessing true net worth according to medium.com. Despite this, he cites that in the near future certain commodities (housing) would be unobtainable for the majority of the youth. The lopsided distribution of wealth is leading to a crisis in the near future especially for the young. In addition, due to inequality, people heading to retirement will feel the shift the most, especially when they try to sell their homes. The shift means less new homeowners will be able to afford homes. The appropriation of wealth will help plan the future around value not price.
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Ted Bauman shed a spotlight on the healthcare system in the U.S. The rising premiums that will make most American household unable to afford health care and insurance companies will be stingier when it comes to payouts with the current Medicare system, which started with Obama care. Rise in premiums will strain the budget. However, he cites a more holistic approach to the ailing healthcare sector is a long time coming. The rising wage bill in relation to the government incentives offered to insurance companies will affect the overall contribution of premiums. With fewer people being covered, it will relate to the few who can, paying a steeper premium. Additionally, Ted Bauman’s contribution will lead a lot of people to better financial understanding and actionable information that will save individual, companies, and countries a lot of time and resources.