A few years ago, Ted Bauman predicted and capitalized on the effect of the electioneering period on the financial market prices. After a 10 year period characterized by prolonged mismanagement, he thought that voters would side with the incoming reformers thereby increasing their market value. The financial expert’s prediction was accurate and his investment gained about 13 percent within three weeks while S&P registered 2.5 percent increase within the same duration.
After the big win, Ted Bauman continued to identify related circumstances across last year. He located a good number but many didn’t take advantage of them. It is reported that investors would have earned 70 percent more compared to S&P 500 had they followed Ted’s pattern. Bauman has pointed out that similar situation is likely to happen in 2018 and has affirmed his prediction by purchasing iShares MSCI South Africa ETF.
Ted Bauman has expressed his belief in the emerging markets. He encourages entrepreneurs to invest in such markets adding that they be among the biggest winners in 2018. In early 2017, the emerging markets (EMs) were relatively dormant while S&P 500 had gone up by over 20 percent. However, it registered strong results by close of the year with an increase of about 37 percent. Ted explains that there is absolutely no reason as to why EMs growth would stop in 2018. Other financial experts have equally projected a 13 percent increase in emerging markets’ earnings, a factor that would impact growth in stock prices as well as EM ETFs. Visit Ted Bauman at thesovereigninvestor.com for more info..
The United States’ index valuations have been predicted to register an increase of between 10 to 12 percent in 2018. Emerging markets and ETFs equities are also likely to register major increases. If Ted Bauman, banks and other financial experts are accurate in their predictions, EMs investments would give 200 percent more in returns compared to S&P 500. Don’t be left out by the second Bull run.
About Ted Bauman
Ted was born in Washington, D.C., raised in Maryland but spent his early youth in South Africa where he acquired his education. He pursued his postgraduate degrees in Economics and History from the University of Cape Town. Bauman worked with nonprofit organizations in South Africa serving in various senior management positions for 25 years before joining Banyan Hills Publishing in 2013.
Currently residing in Atlanta, GA, Ted Bauman continues to enlighten many investors through his educative financial and investment analysis.