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

Why Mattel Shares Fell 19% in May

The toy giant posted some wild swings as Washington hurled tariffs and trade-war warnings at some of the home countries of this company's most important suppliers.



Why Tesla Shares Fell 22% in May

The electric car company attracted lots of negative analyst commentary after it slashed car prices and announced a "hardcore" cost-cutting effort.










Is Coca-Cola a Buy?

This household name has been stuck in a rut for a few years, but investors seem to have missed the soft drink giant's extreme focus on richer profit margins.


Is Western Digital a Buy?

The hard-drive maker is about to bounce off the rock-bottom floor of a deep, dark cyclical downturn.

Is Overstock.com a Buy?

This e-commerce stock should not be high on your list of investment ideas today, unless you're in a mood for gambling on a risky idea.


How Risky Is TTM Technologies?

The quick-turn circuit board maker is trading as if there's a bankruptcy at the end of the tunnel. Spoiler alert: That's just wrong.


Why Zuora's Stock Crashed Hard on Friday

The maker of cloud-based tools for sales management in subscription-based business models delivered solid first-quarter results, but the rest of this fiscal year looks rough.



Daktronics' Scoreboard Didn't Light Up in Q4

The maker of scoreboards, traffic signals, and very large video displays didn't have much good news to share in the fourth quarter, but management remains optimistic about the company's long-term prospects.