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Ted Bauman Shares A Way He Made Quick Financial Gains With Just A Few Keystrokes

Economist Ted Bauman pulled out an old laptop he had bought for his daughter. He says it’s really slow and is unable to run any of the software uses. What he would like to do is destroy it with a hammer, something that he suggests everyone does if you’re going to throw anything with your data on it in the garbage.

However, instead of getting rid of this laptop he decided to instead wipe it clean and then install a stock monitoring program. He set the laptop on the side of his desk so he can keep track of how his investments are doing, including the ones he has recommended to the readers of his Bauman Letter newsletters. Ted Bauman says that he also made double-digit financial gains in a quick and painless way and decided to show others how to do so as well.

What he did was pay off his short-term debt. Ted Bauman spent eight weeks this summer traveling in Africa and Europe. He used credit cards on this trip so that he could earn rewards. He also updated his South Africa home using the credit cards, bringing in a few hundred dollars worth of awards.

When you pay things by credit card you have a grace period before you have to start paying any interest. If he had paid interest than it would have outweighed what he made in rewards. So, he paid his credit card balances in full, saving himself a huge amount of money he would have otherwise spent on interest. In order to pay these balances, he sold some of his stocks because he would have needed to pay around 20% for interest while getting quick stock market gains in that range is all but impossible.

Ted Bauman is one of the financial gurus who works for Banyan Hill Publishing. He writes about debt, investing, housing, and the issues surrounding migration. He also writes about how to keep your personal data safe and out of the hands of the government and big businesses as much as possible.

Adam Milstein: The Threat of Anti-Semitism

Adam Milstein is a well-known, successful philanthropist. He is a self-made millionaire, real estate broker, and pro-Israel activist. He is the co-founder of the Adam Milstein Foundation. The non-profit organization donates $1 million every year to support other organizations that are providing health care assistance to the Jewish and Israel communities. The primary goal of the effort is to provide healthcare coverage to the less fortunate. Adam Milstein is also a gifted author and has a number of articles on the Jewish News Syndicate publication. Each item he writes focuses on spreading the word, increasing awareness and initiating positive change to protect Israel and the Jewish people. One interesting piece is, “Unlikely Radical Alliances Fan the Flames of Anti-Semitism Worldwide,” The article outlines how two rival groups join forces because they share the same hate for freedom of speech and western influence. Radical Muslims and Leftists form a massive threat to the Jewish community.

They blame Jews for every global issue which makes no sense. Adam Milstein also talks about the oppression that innocent men, women, and children face. Radical Muslims and Leftists collaborating double the threat of anti-Semitism. Unless good leaders step forward and made the necessary changes to stop the violence, it will only get worse. Jews are regarded as being less than human. It is not fair. Nor should Radical Muslims and leftists get away with discrimination, hate, and bigotry.

One of the main issues with anti-Semitism is that there are Jews that are unknowingly promoting it. In order to be a part of the solution, one cannot be a part of the problem. One example that Adam Milstein uses is a Jewish student at a college university who assisted in creating a guide that referred to Israel as a white supremacist state. It doesn’t make sense for a Jew to talk about Israel in this matter. What makes this example more interesting is that the same student admitted that they were Jewish and that they were not anti-Semitic. In this case, being Jewish doesn’t mean that you are against anti-Semitism. The bigger issue is that they do not know the difference.

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