Rule of thumb, don't ever anchor from the stern.
Rule of thumb, don't ever use absolutes.
Don Jordan who knows (knew? - is he still alive?) much more about these things than most, is a great proponent of using a stern anchor, especially in extreme conditions. He wrote an interesting evaluation that I'm sure you can track down if you are interested.
I have experimented with bow and then stern anchor in moderate conditions and decided that in extreme conditions I would use a stern anchor on the longest bridle I have, mounted a low as possible (which is the drogue mounting points).
I have heard the arguments for and against and I suspect the it depends on the boat, how the anchor is rigged and how bad the conditions are. I really don't care how you anchor, unless you are directly upwind from me, but anyone who is interested can do the research and make their own decision.
I was afraid that my comment would cause thread drift and I'm not going to engage in a lengthy discussion, so maybe we can just agree to differ. Maybe it depends on whether you use a Rocna