The stocks the UK's largest investment trust is backing for 2014

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The managers of the £3bn Scottish Mortgage investment trust have added a number of idiosyncratic stocks to their portfolio in the belief that 'safer' companies could be set for a fall.

Returning this week after a six month sabbatical, manager James Anderson (pictured) said the disruptive influence of technology continues to be a major theme for the trust, though he added it was d...

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