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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Disney Gets Two Chilly Analyst Reviews

One analyst firm downgraded the stock while another presented a 13% lower price target.


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Where Will Roku Be in 5 Years?

The media-streaming hardware veteran will unlock massive growth through software licensing over the next half-decade.


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Why Littelfuse Shares Jumped 11% Today

The maker of power control components saw a bullish analyst report.


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Here's Why Live Nation, TripAdvisor, and Middleby Stocks Are Soaring Today

Consumer-facing companies of all stripes are jumping as medical research company Moderna reported promising results in an early-stage coronavirus vaccine.


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Is Williams-Sonoma an $80 Stock?

A bullish analyst note identifies the home goods retailer as a buy today, thanks to a promising shift in consumer spending patterns.

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3 Dividend-Paying Tech Stocks to Buy Right Now

These tech stocks have three things in common during the COVID-19 crisis: low share prices, strong dividends, and torrential cash flows.


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"Paper Mario: The Origami King" Is Nintendo's First Mario Game This Year

The title continues a successful series and adds some new characters to the well-known Mario cast.


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Here's Why Synaptics, II-VI, and NeoPhotonics Crashed on Friday

The sanctions against Chinese tech giant Huawei were extended for another year, undermining investors' hopes of an improved component flow from American suppliers.


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Taiwan Semiconductor To Build a $12 Billion Chip Plant In Arizona

The largest third-party chip foundry in the world is putting a cutting-edge facility on American soil for the first time in two decades.


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Disney's "Frozen" Musical Is Not Coming Back to Broadway

Elsa and Anna will move to London and Hamburg next year, but the coronavirus crisis ended the hit musical's Broadway run.

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Netflix Kicks Off Robert Downey Jr.'s 'Sweet Tooth' Project With an 8-Episode Order

The award-winning graphic novel series has officially bounced from Hulu to Netflix with a star-studded cast.


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Will Netflix Be a $520 Stock?

Analyst firm Jefferies expects Netflix shares to gain 18% over the next year or so.


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Why Cintas Stock Jumped Today

The leading provider of corporate uniforms, safety measures, and sanitation services offered a COVID-19 update that impressed both analysts and investors.


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Alphabet Gets Ready to Pull the Plug on Google Play Music

An older service is passing the baton to YouTube Music, and the race against Spotify, Sirius/Pandora, and Apple Music continues.


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Is Amazon Stock a Buy?

The e-commerce giant will delight investors for years and decades to come -- if they just wait for a better entry point.

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Universal Studios Orlando Will Open Some CityWalk Stores This Week

The actual theme parks are staying closed until further notice.


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Don't Forget: 8x8 Benefits From COVID-19 Policies

Cloud communications services are an easy sell under coronavirus lockdown and work-from-home policies.


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Here's Why Infinera's Earnings Miss Wasn't as Bad as It Looked

The bottom-line miss in this mixed report sprung from the early completion of a large, low-margin project that unlocked more profitable add-on sales in the coming quarters.


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Better Buy: McDonald's vs. Monster Beverage

The coronavirus crisis brought one of these consumer-facing companies to its knees, but the other one is already looking forward to refreshed growth.


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Is Advanced Micro Devices Stock a Buy?

The chipmaker is priced for total perfection, and that's a lot to ask even if the company is running under high-quality leadership.