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Alasdair McKinnon used to be something of a technology enthusiast. Today, he doesn’t hold a single Big Tech stock in his portfolio.
Studying at Edinburgh University in the 1990s, the manager of FTSE 250 constituent Scottish Investment Trust (SCIN) describes seeing first hand the early days of the web, email and the video game DOOM. Starting his investment career after graduation, he was shocked to discover his office didn’t have internet access.