CCUR has grown operating income over the four most recent quarters from $0.187mm to $0.413mm to $0.876mm and to $1.233mm, for unbelievably HUGE twelve month growth of 559%! Even more incredible is how CCUR just increased its dividend by 100% and now pays a yield of 6.1%, the highest out of all profitable, debt-free, NASDAQ tech stocks! CCUR at its current price of $7.87 has an enterprise value/revenue ratio of only 0.74 and could rapidly double or triple in value!
Major consolidation is beginning to take place in the pay-TV industry, with rumors swirling about the next cable TV operator to be acquired. CCUR is one of the top tech vendors serving pay-TV operators. CCUR is the video on demand (VOD) market share leader with a VOD reach of 50 million households. CCUR also holds the largest market share for start-over/look-back network DVR services. Plus, CCUR provides the leading Big Data Analytics solution used by pay-TV operators, with CCUR's technology tracking the behavior of 35 million pay-TV subscribers. CCUR also has new content delivery network (CDN) multi-screen video delivery solutions that were just deployed by Time Warner Cable and Virgin Media! ARRS was rumored to be interested in acquiring CCUR in the past and with industry consolidation gaining huge momentum, CCUR could become a top takeover target!
While CCUR has been growing revenues, reducing operating expenses, improving gross margins, and reporting rapidly growing operating and net profits - its top two pay-TV technology rivals SEAC and HLIT have been reporting declining revenues and large losses! CCUR's gross margins last quarter of 59.1% well exceeded SEAC's margins of 53.7% and HLIT's margins of 45.4%, yet SEAC is trading with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.74, which would value CCUR at $15.05 - and HLIT is trading with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.04, which would value CCUR at $10.07. CCUR will be $15+ soon and is the biggest steal on Wall Street below $10!