Writing about finance requires some very focused skills that come with education and experience. Furthermore, in order to advise the general public about investments, one has to be familiar with the field that is a subject to constant changes. Issues in the economy can turn what used to be a solid tip into a very poor advice. Nevertheless, there is an individual who has found a way to share his knowledge on this matter by writing for the Banyan Hill Publishing is Ted Bauman.
Bauman began working for the Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013 and currently plays the role of the editor of the Bauman Letter, Plan B Club, and Alpha Stock Alert. The nature of his writing is primarily focused on helping readers get financial freedom or get back on track with their spendings, assets handling, and investments.
In one of his more recent publishings, Bauman discussed some issues like the Bitcoin modernization problem, threats to net worth estimates of retired people, his algorithm for stock market investing, and more.
One of his most impactful articles would have to be the one titled “Don’t Make This Retirement Mistake” according to plus.google.com. People tend to overlook retirement as only 48% employees accepts programs such as the matched 401K and similar, and this article can serve as a great material to get prepared for the inevitable.
In his article, Bauman talks about the three important numbers that are assessed every time a loan, mortgage, or anything of that nature is inquired. The first two numbers include age and the credit score, something well known to every buyer. The very last number is the actual price of the item that is being purchased according to banyanhill.com. To showcase the issue a little better, Bauman describes a recent experience of his when he had to purchase products such as Starbucks coffee or the latest video game console.
To be able to understand what the price is and how it corresponds to the actual value, the author defines it as subjective assessment of how useful something is. This then creates an issue where prices are becoming more and more detached from the actual values of things on seekingalpha.com. The displeasure at the fact that the author had to spend $299 on his daughter’s video game console expresses how he does not feel there is enough value to support the price.
Ultimately, this article goes along many others that Bauman creates to educate people in a fun and engaging way!
SWball December 13, 2017