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Thanks to Ted Bauman, protecting your assets is now easier than ever!


People work their whole lives with a goal in mind. Some want to earn money so their future generations could live peacefully. Some earn money to live a happy life with their family. Some earn it so they can fulfill their desires. After all, you only get one life to live. One thing’s for sure: we all work for something every day just so at the end, we wouldn’t have to hustle. But there’s always a fear of losing it all through burglary, robbery, theft or even some natural disasters. How many people do we know whose homes were burned because of short circuit? After it’s all done, you cannot do anything. But what if, you could do something, which would spare you from all this trouble? What if, there was a way to keep all your belongings and assets safe?

If there’s one guy who could tell you how to do it, it’s Ted Bauman. Although Ted Bauman was born in Washington, D.C. and raised on Maryland’s eastern shore, he migrated to South Africa when he was a young man. He earned his postgraduate degrees in Economics and History. Throughout his 25-year career in South Africa, Tad Bauman has served executive roles in the nonprofit sector, but he especially worked as a fund manager for low cost housing projects. Now, Ted Bauman works at Banyan Hill Publishing where he serves as the editor of The Bauman Letter, Plan B Club and Alpha Stock Alert.

When it comes to keeping your assets safe, Ted Bauman has shared a few tips. Instead of keeping all of your assets at one place, keep them in diversified places. Buy a locker that is water proof or fireproof. Keeping liquid assets at a bank, though it comes at a price. The price is that you would have to pay insurance for those assets. But Ted Bauman says: it’s worth thinking about. If you are still not content, then keep them outside your country, where no one could confiscate your assets. He, further suggests to keep the valuables in an independent vault in your own country, or a foreign country if you prefer.

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