Anders Bylund

Anders Bylund

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Anders Bylund is a Foolish Technology and Entertainment Specialist. Where the two markets intersect, you'll find his wheelhouse. He has been an official Fool since 2006 but a jester all his life.


Hypoallergenic. Contains six flavors not found in nature. Believes in coyotes and time as an abstract.


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Recent articles

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Why Genius Brands Stock Crashed Hard in July

The producer of kid-friendly cartoons has been extremely volatile in 2020. July was just another month of crazy price swings and empty promises.


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Why Criteo Shares Rose 20% in July

The online ad retargeting expert posted solid preliminary results, followed by an even stronger full second-quarter report.


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How Infinera's Stock Rose 33% in July

The optical networking veteran partnered with a leading telecom to show off its fastest fiber-powered products over very long distances.


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Why Arista Networks Shares Gained 23.7% in July

Investors expected big things from the networking equipment maker's earnings report in early August.


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Why Infosys Stock Rose 33% in July

The India-based consulting and outsourcing expert is sailing through the COVID-19 crisis largely unharmed.

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Why Limelight Networks Shares Fell 14.8% in July

The content delivery network company didn't crush Wall Street's second-quarter targets, and that was enough to inspire a mild rush of profit taking. Is Limelight a buy today?


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How AMD Shares Rose 47% in July

The company behind Ryzen CPUs and Radeon graphics chips found a few different ways to surge ahead of the market last month.


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Here's How Qualcomm Stock Gained 16% in July

A rock-solid earnings report was the linchpin for the whole month's gains.


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If You'd Invested $100 in Coca-Cola's IPO, This Is How Much Money You'd Have Now

A $100 investment made a hundred years ago would have made you a millionaire today -- and even more if you reinvested the dividends.


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Blink Charging Stock Nearly Doubled in July

The car charging-station designer signed a few development deals in July, but don't get too excited.

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Why Teradata Stock Is Soaring on Friday

The data storage expert posted second-quarter results far ahead of analyst expectations.


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Why Fastly Stock Fell Again On Friday

An executive order threatens to close down Fastly's biggest customer.


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3 5G Stocks to Buy Right Now

These three companies offer very different but equally attractive entry points into the explosive 5G market.


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Why Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Stock Fell Today

The textbook publisher is shifting toward digital materials much faster than originally planned, but second-quarter sales still came in far below expectations.


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Forget Sony: Spotify Is a Better Entertainment Stock

The up-and-coming streaming media expert in the Swedish corner is a much better bet than the stagnating entertainment giant from Japan.

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Why Reynolds Consumer Products Stock Fell 8.7% Today

A mixed earnings report did not inspire investors on Wednesday.


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Monster Beverage Might Just Skip the Hard Seltzer Craze

Sure, the company has been thinking about a new product line. That's just business as usual.


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Disney Will Release Live-Action Mulan Straight to Disney+

The highly anticipated title will hit Disney's streaming service on Sept. 4, carrying a $29.99 premium access fee.


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Walt Disney Reports 101.5 Million Streaming Subscribers

The House of Mouse took a beating in the third quarter, but things could have been worse.


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Why IPG Photonics Fell by 10.5% Earlier Today

The fiber laser specialist delivered a hot second-quarter report, but investors were less impressed by its sales outlook.