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

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3 Top Small-Cap Stocks to Buy in June

These three stocks have a few things in common: market caps below $2 billion, stock price drops of at least 13% in 2020, and strong long-term business prospects.

Tech investing

3 Top Tech Stocks to Buy in June

These three tech stocks are trading at substantial COVID-19 discounts today, even if the pandemic barely slowed down their plans for long-term growth.

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Why LivePerson Shares Rose 56% Last Month

A mixed earnings report was paired with rosy guidance and optimistic management comments.

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How Fiverr Shares Gained 66% Last Month

The freelance service platform operator delivered strong first-quarter results thanks to a boost from COVID-19 mitigation strategies.

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Why Microchip Technology's Stock Jumped Today

The semiconductor company raised its first-quarter guidance targets last night.

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Twitter Promotes Lead Independent Director Patrick Pichette to Chairman of the Board

The former Google CFO replaced fellow ex-Googler Omid Kordestani.

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Why Splunk Shares Rose 32.4% in May

The data analysis expert's mixed earnings report was stronger than it looked.

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Roku Adds 30 Live TV Streams And a Live TV Guide To the Roku Channel

The media-streaming specialist's own ad-supported content platform just moved closer to an old-school linear TV experience.

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Here's How Fastly Shares Doubled Last Month

The edge computing expert crushed Wall Street's expectations in the first quarter.

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Why GameStop Stock Fell 29% Last Month

The video game retailer lost half of April's huge gains amid boardroom drama and weak sales reports.

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Is Starbucks a Great Dividend Stock?

Many companies have paused their dividend payouts because of the COVID-19 crisis, but the coffee titan wants to be a rock of certainty in uncertain times.

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Is Netflix a No-Brainer Buy?

The streaming media giant used to be this Fool's go-to recommendation for every type of investor, but you actually have to think about it before hitting the "buy" button nowadays.

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3 High-Growth Stocks That Could Soar

These rocket ships have tons of long-term growth fuel left in their tanks.

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Here's Why The Best Is Yet to Come for Roku

You might think that the streaming platform company's fortunes will sour once stay-at-home mandates ease. Think again.

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Consumer Spending Fell 14% In April, Led By Much Lower Food Expenses

Disposable incomes rose by 13%, lifted by federal coronavirus relief efforts, but a lot of this extra cash ended up in savings accounts.

Tech investing

Better Buy: Alphabet vs. Twilio

You can't go wrong with either one of these high-quality tech stocks, but one stands head and shoulders above the other in the long run.

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'Sonic the Hedgehog' Is Getting a Sequel From the Same Director and Writers

The first title made $306 million at the box office, making it a potential franchise tentpole.

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Trump Signs Executive Order to Limit Editorial Powers of Social Media Services

Executive Order 13925 could open up social networks to legal liability claims.

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Is Bloomin' Brands Stock a Buy?

A look at whether it's time to get back into owning the parent company of Outback Steakhouse.

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Better Buy: Advanced Micro Devices vs. NVIDIA

These longtime rivals are camping out in Wall Street's nosebleed section -- for good reason.