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Like many companies lately, Toyota Motor Corp. (NYSE: TM) has experienced some rocky trading. The stock is down 7.1% from a high of $145.80 set on March 23, 2015.

Yet I'm not concerned, and I encourage you not to be either.

TM has returned 25.86% since March 21, 2014, when I recommended the Japanese automaker as a means of playing that country's stimulus program AND capitalizing on this country's central banking madness. The S&P 500, by contrast, has returned only 9.48% over the same time frame.

It's a nearly textbook-perfect example of why we concentrate on only the best companies in industries driven by globally unstoppable trends, and how you can profitably play the world's central bankers like a proverbial fiddle at the same time.

 
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The third week of June is shaping up to be quite eventful as all eyes turn to government leaders around the world. Here's what's on tap for the week of June 15.

The Fed Open Market Committee kicks off its fourth annual meeting on Tuesday where the central bank's policymakers will debate the merits of hiking benchmark U.S. interest rates in 2015 or to heed the warnings of the International Monetary Fund to hold off until next year.

This week, the IMF slashed its global growth target and suggested that the Federal Reserve not increase its interest rate until 2016. The markets have priced in a rate hike for the fall, and another in 2016, but investors are still reacting when the slightest peep suggests the hike might come sooner than later.

As we've said in the past, there are stocks that will perform regardless of what the Federal Reserve decides to do next week. You simply have to understand the different between owning companies with "want to own" products versus companies that manufacture "need to own."  Our Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald will get you started with a few of these companies.

 
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Well, well, Greece is in the news again. And once again, the possibility of an exit from the European Union looms over global stock markets.

One of these days the gig will be over, the music will stop and there won't be a chair for Greece at the European monetary feeding trough.

We're fairly well locked down if that happens. And our defensive plays will do well if the bottom drops out.

Right now it has come down to the ultimate game of chicken. Greece will either have to answer the bell next week or the week after or drop to their knees and yell, "No More."

 
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Our Dr. Kent Moors is one of the leading geopolitical analysts on the global energy markets, and he has consulted with the United States government on intelligence from Iraq and the global energy sector for decades.

This week, Kent issued a critical warning about ISIS. While the militants continue to expand their reach across the Middle East and gain support in Africa and Southwest Asia, they have just taken one major step that could send massive shockwaves through the global energy markets.

But it's not oil production that they have captured.

It's a far more important resource commodity, and it raises the stakes in Iraq exponentially.

Recently, Kent explained the conflict that's currently gripping Iraq, with ISIS now controlling a vital dam in the region. As you might have guessed, ISIS realizes the importance of water as a strategic resource, and it could lead the nation into disarray, thus destroying Iraq's oil industry.

 
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Last December I recommended you pick up shares of Fiat SPA NV (NYSE:FCAU) as a means of tapping into the pending Ferrari IPO that's expected to generate $4.4-$11.1 billion, and ongoing cheap money courtesy of the world's well-meaning but totally misguided central banks.

If you're following along as directed, I trust you have a big smile on your face. FCAU has returned 34.10% since our December 23, 2014, recommendation versus only 0.69% from the S&P 500 over the same time frame.

 
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DocuSign, one of 23 pre-IPO companies held in our Shares Post 100 Fund (PRIVX), recently announced that it had added nearly $77 million to its recent Series F round of funding thanks to two new strategic investors.

And these are tech legends whose names you know: personal computer giant Dell Inc. and Intel Capital, the venture-capital division of semiconductor pioneer Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC).

This round of late-stage funding - which I first told you about back in mid-May - has now brought in a total of more than $278 million.

 
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Last November I recommended NXP Semiconductors NV (NasdaqGS:NXPI) because of its critical role in "near field communications," or NFC for short. If you love Apple Pay's potential, I noted at the time, you're going to love the company that makes it possible.

Today, the stock has returned 47.35% since the original recommendation, and is primed for yet more gains.

If you're following along - and I hope you are - that's because the story is far from over.

 
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Yesterday's trading was certainly ugly, with the Dow dumping 190.48 points, the S&P 500 shedding 21.86 points, and the tech-laden Nasdaq falling 56.61 points.

But it's not the end of the world. In fact, the markets have made up a lot of ground this morning after yesterday's sharp selloff, led - not surprisingly - by Healthcare and Technology stocks. All 10 S&P sectors are gaining as I write this.

 
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Here's a summary of everything we published last week...

Keith released the latest issue of the Money Map Report on May 22, spotlighting a trend that could make a huge difference to the country at large.

You see, for 24 of the last 25 years, the United States has been losing manufacturing jobs to other countries, whether it's to punitive taxation, a politically hostile labor environment, tantalizing foreign tax loopholes, or any of a number of other factors.

 
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