Anders Bylund

Anders Bylund


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

Why Flex Ltd. Stock Fell 40% Last Month

The Singapore-based manufacturing giant reported a decent second quarter but will fall far short of Wall Street's original expectations for the next couple of reports.

Why Netflix, Inc. Shares Fell 6% Today

On a generally shaky day in the market, it didn't take much actual news to cut $6 billion off Netflix's market cap. Disney held the smoking BB gun this time.

Why Monster Beverage Corp. Stock Fell Today

The energy-drink specialist delivered strong third-quarter results, but investors are worried about a potential crisis in its business relationship with Coca-Cola.

AMC Networks Inc. Earnings: Buying Growth

The cable content giant's results would have been rather flat if not for the Levity buyout. Another acquisition will start adding to the top line in the next quarter.

Altaba Inc. Reshapes Its Portfolio

The tightly focused investment firm formerly known as Yahoo! reduced its Alibaba holdings and exited its second-largest holding entirely during the third quarter.

Why Fortinet, Inc. Shares Fell 13.3% Today

The cloud security specialist didn't knock the cover off the ball hard enough to impress investors in the third quarter. The stock is still up 115% in 52 weeks.

How Weibo Corp. Stock Jumped 12.3% Higher Today

The merest hint of easing trade tensions between China and the U.S. was enough to drive up many Chinese tech stocks, including this Twitter-like social-network manager.

Where Will Netflix Inc. Be in 5 Years?

The company may become a sprawling entertainment giant in the far future -- but first, the streaming video expert needs to start making more cash than it is spending.