Ready to Explode for Huge Short-Term Gains, EPS Ramping Up Big Time!
Research Concurrent (CCUR) it could gain 100% in the short-term. CCUR is capitalizing on the success of NFLX by allowing cable TV operators to launch multi-screen VOD services and better compete with NFLX. CCUR's EPS has been rapidly rising on a quarter-to-quarter basis this past year from $0.02, to $0.04, to $0.08, and to $0.11. CCUR is only $7.09 with 8.75mm o/s, a market cap of $62.07mm, cash of $22.37mm, and an enterprise value of $39.7mm, with revenue of $63.23mm!
CCUR is the cable TV industry's leading video on demand (VOD) and multi-screen content delivery network (CDN) technology provider with countless HUGE clients like Time Warner Cable, Charter, Cox, Bright House, and Virgin Media. CCUR's latest CDN technology lets pay-TV service providers to combine classic VOD with their new IP networks to deliver VOD content to the tablets and smartphones of their subscribers, while quickly and cost effectively expanding the amount of VOD content they can offer from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of videos! This week, CCUR's technology began delivering VOD to the iOS and Android devices of Time Warner Cable's 12 million customers!
CCUR's closest competitor is Seachange (SEAC), which has gross margins of 52% and an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.65. CCUR has much higher gross margins of 59% and is insanely undervalued with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of only 0.63. CCUR now has record GAAP EPS of $0.25 while SEAC has a trailing GAAP EPS loss of ($0.53). CCUR's revenues are growing while SEAC's revenues are declining. CCUR needs to hit $14.47 to reach SEAC's current enterprise value/revenue ratio and could quickly double within 2-3 weeks!