Ted Bauman is an editor of The Bauman Letter newsletter and other notable financial publications through the Banyan Hill Publishing Company. The Bauman Letter is chocked full of global asset protection strategies and tips for investors in the field of retirement, real estate, and entrepreneurial formulas. Mr. Bauman is a weekly contributing writer for Bauman Letter. One of his topics in a recent Bauman Letter newsletter featured retirement tips for the future generation. His concern for potential retirees is that they may be heading into a financial problem regarding the net worth figure that they are counting on.
Mr. Bauman cites that when we retire, we are looking forward to cashing in on our assets that greatly contributes to our net worth, namely our homes as the largest investment generator. Ted gives several examples of how price and value equals net worth. Ted states that the U.S. real estate market presently is off-balanced. People between 30 and 39 years of age have less wealth investment in 2017 than they had in 2007. There is no trying to catch-up on investment wealth for young people, meaning that as they age, they are unable to afford the types of home wealth that present day seniors are experiencing. Follow Ted Bauman at stocktwits.com
Ted further writes that the future retirees will not have strong numbers for investments to work with. Current stock prices are good for present day retirees, but their investment value will not stay the same for the current generation that will retire in 20 to 30 years. A key strategy pointed out in the Bauman Letter by Ted Bauman’s article is to convert your stock holdings to other types of guaranteed assets that will hold their value before the fall of stock prices. Learn more at Seeking Alpha about Ted Bauman
Ted Bauman graduated from the University of Cape Town South Africa with a degree in Economics and History. But, Ted was born in the Washington, D.C., and Maryland area. He emigrated to South Africa as a young man and spent 25 years in the country serving in a variety of managerial positions as a successful fund manager and consultant for non-profit housing projects. As a fund manager and consultant, he wrote about financial changes, especially in housing, and urban planning issues for clients that included the South African government, United Nations personnel and European agencies designed for grant-making ideas. Ted wrote numerous national and international articles and journals on financial issues including having co-published a book called “Where to Stash Your Cash (Legally).” Today, Ted Bauman beliefs at Banyan Hill’s Bauman Letter is the importance of devising a future monetary plan based on value and not solely on price.
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