New book demonstrates financial freedom without big investment in time or money

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A new book by Pamela Eng demonstrates how to become financially secure without investing large amounts of money or time. Ms. Eng, a chemical engineer, retired from her job at the age of 39 having attained financial freedom through her ability to look at data in three-dimensions.

Financial freedom was a dream for Pamela Eng and at the age of 39, she reached her goal. And then wrote a book about it.

After 16 years as a chemical engineer, Ms. Eng made a decision to find independence from big business and used her skills to develop a process to bring a steady stream of income to her family. With her instinctive ability to look at data in three-dimensions, Ms. Eng developed techniques to reach financial freedom without a large financial or time commitment.

"The birth of my daughter in 2002 gave me the initiative I needed to make the change," explained Ms. Eng. "I wanted to spend more time with her than my job allowed." Five years after her daughter's birth, Ms. Eng attained the financial freedom to be with her family and travel the world.

Now Ms. Eng has released her book, Perpetual Money Machine, to help others attain this level of independence.

Her methods utilize a conservative options trading technique known as covered calls. The book shares information on how to protect your capital from stock market crashes and walks the reader through practice sessions before any of their money is invested.

"You can break the barriers imposed by traditional financial planners with the techniques I've developed," Ms. Eng stated. "Many of their biggest myths are proven wrong with the tested methods in my book."

And for those who don't learn well from a book, Ms. Eng is starting her coaching and training practice. She will teach the same information that is in her book, along with bonus techniques specific to the training and coaching sessions.

Ms. Eng's new book, Perpetual Money Machine is available at The Bookkeeper in Sarnia, Ontario or online through her website

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