Ted Bauman recently wrote one his newsletter’s for Banyan Hill publishing about Apple and the company’s stock. Bauman had some information to give his readers regarding his predictions of the company’s future. Apple is a company that many look up to and would be willing to pay higher prices for in the past.

However, Ted Bauman does not see this as something that will continue. Steve Jobs once donated some Apple computers to the schools in the United States. When he did so, he told many he was committed to education. It also seems, he bought the loyalty of buyers from the generation of students who used those Apple computers in their school.

Today, it seems as though Apple sales and revenue are beginning to decline. There are not as many people who are willing to pay more for an Apple product as there used to be. Ted Bauman warns many that the stock for Apple will continue to fall if the company does not find a new loyalty of customers soon.

Apple is a company that used to own the market share for the smartphone. But today, they only hold this market share in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan. Overall, the global market share for Apple and its smartphone is only 20%.

Ted Bauman was born and raised in the Washington DC area. After completing high school, he moved to South Africa. While in South Africa, Bauman worked for many organizations. Ted Bauman worked as an ambassador to the United Nations while he lived in South Africa.

He spent more than two decades in South Africa. When he moved back to the United States, he settled near Atlanta, Georgia. He worked as a consultant for some time. However, he found his real passion, which was working with Banyon Hill Publishing, not too long after he settled back in the United States.

Bauman and his wife have a daughter. He enjoys spending quality time with his family. Every morning before Ted begins working; Bauman takes his daughter to school. He enjoys watching her excel in all she attempts.

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