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Esperanza Ramírez Velásquez “STRESS: Heal and Overcome Stress with Inspiration”

stress-book-coverStress is a killer, that’s the long and short of it. The funny thing is that both good and bad events can be stressful. Fortunately, author Esperanza Ramírez Velásquez understands the dangers of untreated stress and presents easy to understand and follow solutions for reducing stress in her book Stress: Heal and Overcome Stress with Inspiration.

In this newly published book (January 12, 2017), the author presents readers with some typical signs of stress (loss of energy, appetite, motivation, low self-esteem), and explains why we all need to understand and cope with our stress.

As the author says, “The motivation and movement to heal stress will lead you to find a happier and more harmonious life.” This she promotes through her pentagon of stress and her harmony for stress method.

Take care of yourself by taking a look at this book. It’s just 99-cents right now, and Free if you have Kindle Unlimited!


Roger Doss “Trader’s Intuition”

traders-intuitionEveryone has a story about the business deal or stock tip that they missed out on, including author Roger Doss. In his book, Trader’s Intuition, Doss explores the idea that a “gut-feeling” might be right, but with a Ph.D. in Computer Science, he digs a little deeper.

Chapters and analysis of stocks and cyclical stock patterns include both the fundamental and technical which provide those new to the market with an overall feel for how the stocks work.

If you are an inexperienced trader, there is enough information on stock brokers and online trading programs to get you started, and then the fun starts.

Doss explains the difference between purchase orders, cost per trade, per unit fees and cost-averaging. His plans don’t include day trading, he likes long-term buy and hold strategies with when-to-sell rules, and explains in quick order how to position yourself through stock keeping and how to select specific companies to invest in if your goal is to produce wealth.


You won’t get bogged down with long-winded examples, this is a quick read for those of us with busy lives but a desire to invest. And, finally, Doss describes four strategies that can be implemented by doing your own research, which ultimately is what most online trading involves.

Published January 11, 2017, this Kindle book is currently available for $2.99.