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  • jtdmnf533 jtdmnf533 Mar 25, 2013 6:04 AM Flag

    Could Rapidly Double this Week

    Concurrent (CCUR) gained past 5 days straight, they are the world's leading video on demand (VOD) tech company about to prosper from the new multi-screen video delivery spending boom in the cable TV industry. CCUR's VOD clients include 6 of the top 8 cable TV companies in the U.S. It was just announced that Virgin Media (VMED) a $23 billion company is in the process of deploying CCUR's MediaHawk technology to power their new Virgin TV Anywhere service allowing their 3.8mm subs to watch on demand content from any location on their tablets and smartphones! CCUR only has 9.2mm o/s and enterprise value of $7.79 of $47mm or just 0.75x revenue. CCUR's main competitor Seachange (SEAC) has gross margins of 50% vs. CCUR's gross margins of 58%, yet SEAC is now trading with enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.9, a multiple that will value CCUR at $15.60 per share! SEAC is currently losing money but CCUR's EPS last quarter was double the quarter before and quadruple two quarters ago! CCUR will soon revolutionize cable TV industry with the launch of their brand new patented cloud based network DVR technology that will make physical DVR boxes obsolete! Not only does CCUR have the best possible fundamentals, but CCUR also has the most bullish chart! Add to your radar screen right away before it explodes on Thursday and Friday!

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    • well even if there might have price raise, it won't happen until Thursday and next week (Friday market close for good Friday). So Mon/Tue/Wes, you should expect big drop. So my strategy, short BBRY the first 3 days, then wait earnings report on Thursday.

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