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Ted Bauman and How to Protect Your Assets

Ted Bauman is a man who once worked at McDonald’s, Burger King, and at a gas station when he was younger. He now gives advice in his column of Banyan Hill publishing. Recently, he gave advice on how one should protect his or her valuables.

From his McDonald’s, Burger King, and gas station job Ted Bauman took away a hard life’s lesson. He learned what it was like to put in a solid day’s work. He learned what it was to be part of the working class. He has no regrets about his tenure as a McDonald’s, Burger King, and gas station clerk.

Ted Bauman writes for Banyan Hill publishing about how to protect your assets. He better get a safe for at home. There is also a safe deposit box in a United States bank or a foreign bank. There are private vaults here in the United States and there are private vaults in distant nations.

The thing about a cloistered vault, especially in a foreign nation is that you will need to be present in order to open the account. This can create a problem for some people. As they are not able to leave the country long enough to open the account and store their valuables.

Also, recently talked about by Ted Bauman is the fact that the trade war with China can cause trouble with the United States stock exchanges. This is true of all the stock exchanges. This is not only for the NASDAQ.

There are many United States companies keeping an eye on the trade war embarked by the Trump administration. This is explained by the fact that many of the companies in the United States receive much of their revenue from abroad. Not just from abroad, but China in particular. One such company is Apple.

In conclusion, this article discussed Ted Bauman. This article discussed the five things a person can do in order to protect their assets. This article also touched on the trade wars between the Trump administration and China. Also, this article touched on how the stock market would be impacted. Finally, we talked about the United States companies keeping a watchful eye on the trade wars.