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Apple and Google Declare War – Here's the Secret Winner

Resident tech guru Michael Robinson and I are both big science-fiction fans. Michael likes traditional sci-fi stories, like those of Robert Heinlein and Isaac Asimov. My sci-fi interests are more focused on “Golden Age” radio dramas, “pre-code” comics, and old movies and TV shows… like The Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits.

And when Associate Editor Cris Skokna joined our team a few months back, Michael and I were so pleased to discover that he was a sci-fi guy as well that I jokingly dubbed the three of us as “The Trilogy.”

And the other day, Cris told me a story that I absolutely had to share with you…

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    New List of the Best Stocks to Buy in Tech, Emerging Markets, Energy, and More

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    Best stocks to buy for the week ending June 27, 2014: Each week our experts dish out the latest profit plays and asset-protection moves for our Money Morning Members - all for free.

    Last week, Money Morning's best stocks to buy included two ways to cash in on sub-Saharan Africa's $1 trillion resource rush, a leader-turned-laggard that's about to reverse course and bring tremendous upside to investors, a way to profit from the end of the U.S. oil export ban, a smart silver exchange-traded fund (ETF), and more.

    Here’s the full list of our best stocks to buy now…
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  • The IMF's Change on Capital Controls Adds Danger for Emerging Market Investors The IMF is up to no good again.

    On Monday they released a new report on international capital flows which relaxed its opposition to exchange controls.

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  • Emerging Markets Stocks 2013: Don't Miss These Next Waves of Growth Amid a turbulent market environment in 2012, emerging markets stocks have been, well, turbulent.

    Some markets (Colombia, Mexico and Thailand to name a few) have performed well. Others have disappointed (Brazil and Russia stand as two laggards.)

    But as Money Morning Global Investing Strategist Martin Hutchinson explained last week, economic growth has shifted to these developing economies.

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