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Ted Bauman Is Editor Of Three Newsletters

Ted Bauman has a book suggestion for those who are interested in hearing it. He shared a book that he would recommend in an interview that was done with him, and he shared that some might find that book recommendation to be surprising. He recommended that everyone read the book “Capital in the 21st Century”. This book is written by Thomas Piketty and Ted Bauman believes that it has a lot of common sense information in it that can help all kinds of people. He believes that some might disagree with parts of the book but that there is still information to glean from it. Read:http://www.gold-eagle.com/authors/ted-bauman

There are things that a person learns when it is too late, and Ted Bauman has shared that he learned too late that a person needs to put up a boundary between helping people handle work that they can do on their own and taking on the work that they cannot handle without help. He was involved in a project where he was helping those who were in need of assistance. He felt that those people should be doing more to take care of their own selves and that got in the way of him giving them the help that they needed. That is something that he regrets now.

Ted Bauman uses the most productive part of his day to get the majority of his work completed. This is something that he recommends to others. Another piece of advice that he has shared that he believes can be helpful to all kinds of people is the idea that a person should gather as much information as they can. He spends a lot of time reading the news and learning about all that is going on in the world. He gathers all of the information that he can to help him through his life and to help him with the work that he does.

Ted Bauman has been working for Banyan Hill Publishing for four years and he serves as an editor there. He helps to put out The Bauman Letter, as well as Plan B, and the Alpha Stock Alert, three newsletters meant to help those interested in investing. Follow Ted Bauman at stocktwits.com


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