Undervalued Tablet/Smartphone Video Delivery Play with Low Float
Concurrent (CCUR) has amazing fundamentals and technicals, could gap up Monday and explode next week. CCUR closed yesterday at $7.84 with 9.2mm o/s a market cap of $72.13mm cash of $24.6mm no debt an enterprise value (EV) of $47.53 million or just 0.76x revenue. CCUR together with Seachange (SEAC) hold more than a 50% share of the global video on demand (VOD) market. SEAC just hit a new 52-week high this week and is now trading for $11.90 with an EV/revenue ratio of 1.89, which would value CCUR over $15.50. While SEAC has gross margins of 50.18% and is losing money, CCUR has gross margins of 58.81% and was profitable the past four consecutive quarters. CCUR's EPS last quarter was up 100% from the previous quarter and up 300% from two quarters ago. There is no way on earth that CCUR should be trading at a lower valuation multiple than SEAC, and this will soon change!
CCUR's clients include 6 of the 8 largest cable TV companies in the U.S. and this isn't including a brand new undisclosed client just announced last month that is a Top 5 North American pay-TV service provider. CCUR and SEAC are about to capitalize on the new biggest cable TV spending boom as cable TV service providers worldwide invest billions to upgrade their systems for the multi-screen delivery of TV and on demand videos to tablets and smartphones. CCUR's MediaHawk multi-screen video delivery technology is now powering the new multi-screen of Jupiter (JUPIY) the largest cable TV company in Japan and about to begin powering Virgin Media (VMED)'s new Virgin TV Anywhere. CCUR has resistance at $8 but it appears to be almost gone and when CCUR breaks through $8 convincingly, it could explode to double digits fast!