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.

We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors.

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Recent articles

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Is Twilio Stock a Buy?

The cloud communications specialist has tripled in four months. Can the stock climb any higher from this lofty perch?

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Forget Apple, IBM Is a Better Dividend Stock

Big Blue's shareholder-friendly dividend policy leaves Cupertino in the dust.

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Is Jack Ma Buying or Selling Alibaba Shares?

He did a bit of both over the last year, actually. Stock splits and secondary offerings muddied the water.

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Better Buy: Spotify vs. Verizon

The tortoise doesn't always beat the hare.

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3 Top Entertainment Stocks to Buy Now

You'll find everything from undervalued giants to skyrocketing growth stocks in the entertainment sector right now.

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2 Stocks That Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now

Molson Coors and Tyson Foods will rebound from their current multiyear lows with a vengeance.

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Why Hewlett Packard Enterprise Shares Fell 39% in the First Half of 2020

The IT giant is suffering from COVID-19 fallout on both the manufacturing and sales sides of the business.

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Why RingCentral Shares Gained 69% in the First Half of 2020

The cloud-based communications expert simply continued a hot streak that started several years ago.

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Why Live Nation Entertainment Shares Crashed in the First Half of 2020

The coronavirus crisis froze the live events industry in the spring of 2020. Nobody knows how long the curtains will stay closed.

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How Green Dot Shares More Than Doubled in the First Half of 2020

It's easier to deliver a big rebound after taking a steep fall.

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How Five9 Shares Gained 69% in the First Half of 2020

The cloud-based call center expert is reaping long-term benefits from the COVID-19 health crisis.

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Why Sysco Shares Fell 36% in the First Half

The foodservice infrastructure industry was a brutal place to do business in the spring of 2020.

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Here's How Atlassian Stock Gained 50% in the First Half of 2020

The cloud-based collaboration and project management specialist was already on a roll when the coronavirus pandemic arrived with even more rocket fuel.

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Why Cheesecake Factory Shares Fell 41% in the First Half of 2020

The COVID-19 lockdown era was tough for restaurants, in general, and downright brutal for this dining destination, in particular.

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Why Crown Castle International Shares Gained 18% in the First Half of 2020

The cell tower manager generally followed the market's swings, apart from a sudden boost when two major customers closed their troubled merger.

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Walmart Launching Subscription Service for Less than $100 a Year

The Walmart+ service will launch in July according to several insider sources.

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Why Universal Display Shares Fell 27% in the First Half of 2020

The OLED technology expert took the COVID-19 crisis harder than your average stock, thanks to a soaring 120% return in 2019.

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Here's Why Fastly Shares Nearly Doubled Last Month

The content delivery and edge computing specialist is being propelled by our suddenly heavier demand for cloud computing power.

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How Shares of The Trade Desk Gained 30% in June

Digital ad buyers are struggling to compose effective marketing campaigns, so they turn to companies like this one for help.

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Why Cirrus Logic Shares Fell 15% Last Month

Investors took action on a bearish analyst report, ignoring a sensible rebuttal from another Wall Street firm.