Banyan Tree Publishing doesn’t want its readers to see the same generic investment advice so unfortunately present elsewhere. That’s why so much work goes into crafting truly informative content. 400,000 readers check out the main website on a regular basis. A significant number of subscribers read newsletters overseen by editors such as Ted Bauman. If the company wasn’t delivering interesting content, the various readers would have long departed.
Banyan Tree Publishing originally arrived on the scene in 1998. The company’s original name was the Sovereign Society. The company’s mission hasn’t changed with the name. Themes present in articles published by the company consistently stress financial freedom and amassing independent wealth. Well-written articles help provide readers insights into achieving these results.
The articles only go so far though. Ultimately, you are responsible for your own financial health and well-being. Even financial advisors can only be expected to do so much. Sad to say, scores of financial advisors really don’t do anything special. Many perform their duties on autopilot. This doesn’t mean the advisors embody unethical behavior. Nor do serious professionals display disinterest in the financial health of their clients. A financial advisor wants clients to succeed. Clients won’t stay in the fold for long if the financial advice turns out to be lacking. However, financial advisors could employ a “cookie-cutter approach” to giving out advice. Bland and generic guidance becomes commonplace in the industry.
Such an attitude bleeds into popular financial newspapers and publications. How many times have you read the “same old, same old” advice in a top magazine or newspaper? Professional finance and investing editors and writers can find themselves on the autopilot path as well.
Banyan Tree Publishing tries to set itself apart by crafting interesting and innovative articles. The topics present in the articles might not always be found in other resources. Articles on subjects such as setting up offshore accounts reflect the unique topics present in the Banyan Tree Publishing works. Such is the case with content on the main website and the newsletters edited by Ted Bauman.
Ted Bauman, in fact, edits three newsletters for the company. Each newsletter presents a unique perspective on investing and finance. Banyon Hill Publishing certainly wants to provide as many resources as possible for its readers. The work of Ted Bauman and other editors helps Banyon Hill Publishing deliver diverse content to those seeking insights.