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Anders Bylund

Many Cloud Computing Stocks Look Affordable After Crashing in September

Steeply valued growth stocks in the software-as-a-service market plunged last month. That might be good news for opportunistic investors. More »

Why Gogo’s Shares Surged 50% in September

The in-flight connectivity expert posted some good-looking installation statistics, followed by some positive color commentary by a major client. More »

Here’s How Roku Shares Dropped 33% Last Month

The streaming media specialist took several drastic hits in September, but that looks like a mistake. More »

Why MongoDB Shares Fell 21% Last Month

A perfectly fine earnings report failed to support the database vendor's skyrocketing valuation. More »

Don’t Waste Your Money on Penny Stocks: These 3 Stocks Are Better Buys

I bought shares of these three high-quality companies last week. Maybe you should, too. More »

Why Universal Display Shares Dropped 18% Last Month

The display technology expert's shares plunged because a rumored revenue-boosting event didn't happen. More »

Why Shares of Several Cloud Communications Experts Crashed Last Month

Vonage, 8x8, and RingCentral rode sector peer Twilio's coattails more than 10% lower in September. Here's how. More »

Is Sprint a Buy?

This struggling telecom is more of a lottery ticket than an investment. More »

Is NXP Semiconductors a Buy?

The Dutch leader in automotive computing solutions looks downright cheap, even after a 47% gain in 2019. More »

Why Dropbox Shares Fell 24% Last Month

The data storage specialist is revamping its services to expand its revenue-generating target market, but there are speed bumps on the road ahead. More »