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  • jowslir632 jowslir632 Apr 5, 2013 2:15 PM Flag

    Breakout Beginning, Huge Rally Next Week Ahead!

    Concurrent (CCUR) is breaking out big and has the extremely bullish chart. Has gained 12 straight months, but its biggest gains appear to be still to come! CCUR is only now becoming discovered for the first time as a stock, even though CCUR's technology is used in over 50mm homes of cable TV subscribers worldwide!

    CCUR closed yesterday at $7.39 per share with 9.2mm shares outstanding $24.6mm in cash no debt enterprise value is an extremely low $43.39mm or just 0.69X its trailing revenue of $62.59mm. CCUR's EPS has just doubled two quarters straight vs. the previous quarter, with CCUR's latest EPS being quadruple two quarters ago! CCUR's huge growth is likely to continue for many quarters to come now that they just signed Virgin Media (VMED) - the largest cable TV company in UK - as their brand new multi-screen video delivery client! CCUR will be powering VMED's brand new Virgin TV Anywhere service for tablets/smartphones!

    On Monday CCUR will unveil a breakthrough new VOD technology that will allow cable TV companies to begin monetizing their free on demand content which receives 6.8 billion streams in the U.S. annually with 17% year-over-year growth! CCUR's new technology will allow its clients to insert targeted personalized video ads into free on demand content live while being streamed on the fly!

    CCUR's closest comparison and top rival is Seachange (SEAC). For over a decade now, CCUR and SEAC have consistently been the two largest players in the VOD space with a combined market share of over 50%. Today, CCUR and SEAC are the best positioned companies for profiting from the upcoming transition to the all-IP world without set-top boxes. CCUR's fundamentals are substantially stronger than SEAC, but because CCUR is still undiscovered - CCUR's enterprise value/revenue ratio is only 0.69 vs. enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.81, which would value CCUR at $15!

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