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.