Thu, Jul 31, 2014, 1:36 PM EDT - U.S. Markets close in 2 hrs 24 mins

Recent

% | $
Click the to save as a favorite.

Obagi Medical Products, Inc. (OMPI) Message Board

  • frankf4u489 frankf4u489 Apr 2, 2013 9:28 AM Flag

    Another Low Floater Ready to Breakout and Skyrocket this Afternoon!

    Concurrent (CCUR) low float mobile play - amazing fundamentals and technicals, could breakout this morning and explode big this afternoon! CCUR currently $7.92 with 9.2mm o/s cash of $24.6mm no debt an enterprise value (EV) of $48.2 million or just 0.77x revenue. CCUR's main rival Seachange (SEAC) has lower gross margins than CCUR yet trades with enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.85, which would value CCUR at $15+ nearly double current price!

    CCUR's EPS has been ramping up big - last quarter it was up 100% from the previous quarter and 300% from two quarters ago. CCUR's clients include 6 of the 8 largest cable TV companies in the U.S. CCUR just announced last month that a new undisclosed Top 5 North American pay-TV service provider has signed on as a new client. CCUR and SEAC are about to capitalize on the new biggest cable TV spending boom, as cable TV subscribers demand access to live TV and on demand content on their tablets/smartphones. CCUR's MediaHawk unified multi-screen video solution is already powering a new multi-screen service called Xvie that was just launched by Jupiter (JUPIY) the largest cable TV company in Japan. Just the other day, CCUR announced a brand new huge multi-screen client Virgin Media (VMED) the largest cable TV company in the UK with 3.8 million subscribers.

    Both CCUR and SEAC have been rumored takeover targets (Google it) for years and major consolidation is already taking place in the industry this year! SEAC actually has enough cash to acquire CCUR and dominate the VOD industry if it decided todo so!

 

Trending Tickers

i
Trending Tickers features significant U.S. stocks showing the most dramatic increase in user interest in Yahoo Finance in the previous hour over historic norms. The list is limited to those equities which trade at least 100,000 shares on an average day and have a market cap of more than $300 million.