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Eleven stocks that have it all

By Algy Hall , 17 December 2014

After another strong run in 2014, my Have-It-All stock screen now boasts a storming cumulative total return of 130 per cent in the three years I've been running it, which compares with 41 per cent from the FTSE All-Share. This year, 11 stocks make it into the new portfolio.

Eleven stocks that have it all

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