Wealth Tips from Ted Bauman

Editor of The Bauman and Plan B Club and Alpha Stock Alert at Banyan Hill Publishing, Ted Bauman has been making an impact on the business world for quite some time. For nearly three decades he has been serving in a variety of leadership roles across the globe. Recently he used his experience to share some of his top tips for protecting your wealth from the next market crash.

Bauman has three basic tips that he gives to help clients avoid the market crash. Those tips include keeping a a creating protection for your portfolio and investing in stocks and bonds to protect investments. Bauman believes a quick and easy way to lose money is to omit creating a protective plan for your investments. He is a firm believer in the merits of asset protection. Rather that attempting to get rick quickly, investors who create a defensive strategy usually are successful in the end.

Ted Bauman has a high value for stocks and bonds. Over the years he has noticed that many investors do not invest in bonds. Bauman sees this as a mistake. He believes they are less risky and less likely to have huge drops. Furthermore Bauman believes that those who are wanting to be conservative with their risks but also protect their investments should invest in both stocks and bonds. Bonds tend to be more effective when the market goes down. Stocks tend to be helpful when the market is coming back up. Both tools can help to keep a very balanced portfolio.

Ted Bauman has built quite a resume throughout the years. He is a weekly contributer to The Sovereign Investor Daily. He has experience serving as the Director of International Housing Programs at Habitat for Humanity International and the Editor of Smart Money Alert. For more than two and a half decades he served in variety of executive roles in South America. Ted Bauman has built an incredible reputation as a knowledgeable and successful businessman. He appears destined for continued success for years to come.

OG Juan’s ROC Nation and Its Collaboration With The Resoundingly Viral Music Team, The Carters

Artists need always to collaborate. The best ideas in music, literature, dance, architecture and even fine arts would not probably be feasible if there were no collaborations involved. Collaboration is even a key ingredient for the success of a band or an artist. It is even a safety net, because the more people involved in a project, the more chances of getting the kind of ideas that sustain its lead in the industry. This is exactly the kind of attitude that OG Juan has for growing his leadership for Roc Nation, a full-service entertainment company that deals with athlete management, music distribution as well as publishing content in print and other various media.

OG Juan’s latest venture would be the partnership that Roc Nation has built with powerhouse couple Beyonce and Jay-Z, which are now named in a new collaborative team name called The Carters. In an article from Gazette Day, it is reported that with the help of OG Juan’s wife Desiree Perez, the new album of The Carters called “Everything Is Love” would be another testament of the creative vision, entrepreneurial spirit and passionate drive for creation of the couple, Jay-Z and Beyonce. This is a revelation that Beyonce still has it.

It is a testament that there’s more to the couple than their previous separate artistic ventures, including Beyonce’s previous album “Lemonade”, which is about the infidelity of Jay-Z. It is also worthy of sharing here that OG Juan’s involvement with Roc Nation has made it impeccably prosperous for Jay-Z. OG Juan is always in collaboration with Jay-Z in his tours, art projects and musical programs. Without OG Juan, it may be hard to see the growth of Jay-Z as an artist. OG Juan is in charge of the marketing and handling of the tour projects of other renowned artists, too, including J.Cole, NO ID, Santigold and even Rita Ora.

Erik Lefkofsky: Chicago Entrepreneur and Community Philanthropist

Chicago based entrepreneur Eric Lefkofsky is well known for his business ventures. He is the co-founder and CEO of Tempus, a health and technology company that equips physicians with the tools to provide cancer care to patients that is personalized. Eric also is the co-founder of several other companies, including Groupon, Uptake, and Mediaocean. Outside of creating and managing his businesses, Eric also participates in philanthropic activities. In 2006 Eric and his wife Liz established the Lefkofsky Family Foundation, an organization with a primary focus on supporting and advancing initiatives that improve the lives of children living in the Chicago area.

To date, The Lefkofksy Family Foundation has helped to fund the projects of over 50 organizations.In 2017, Eric Lefkofsky made it easier for children in Chicago to access the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, by providing the museum with a grant of an unspecified amount. The grant allows all young people under the age of 18 admission to the museum for free. With a term of 5 years, the money received by the museum will allow for children from all socioeconomic backgrounds to experience all that the museum offers.

Eric, along with his wife also committed to the Giving Pledge in 2013. This pledge encourages those around the globe who are financially affluent to devote more than half of their wealth (either during their lifetime or in their will) to charitable and philanthropic causes. In his pledge letter, Eric states that outside of raising their children their greatest achievement will come in the form of the assistance they are able to provide to the people in need around the world.