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  • jtdmnf533 jtdmnf533 May 1, 2013 3:31 PM Flag

    Extremely Cheap Tech Stock Ready for Lift Off Starting Tomorrow

    This extremely undervalued stock is ready for lift off starting tomorrow: CCUR, currently $7.04 per share - they just signed a major Time Warner Cable (TWC) multi-screen CDN deal and another with Virgin Media (VMED). TWC is the #2 largest cable TV operator in the US and VMED is the #1 in the UK! CCUR's breakthrough technology is allowing them to expand their VOD capacity from a central location and deliver VOD and live TV services to tablets, smartphones, and other mobile devices over their new IP networks!

    CCUR just reported last night 3Q revenues of $16.9 million their highest in two full years. CCUR beat analyst revenue estimates of $16.3 million. CCUR also reported GAAP EPS of $0.11, beating analyst estimates of $0.09. CCUR's GAAP EPS has been exploding on a quarter-to-quarter basis from $0.02 to $0.04 to $0.08 and now $0.11. On a non-GAAP basis excluding non-cash amortization and share-based compensation, CCUR has trailing 12 month non-GAAP EPS of $0.43 up from $0.35 after their 2Q results in January. CCUR's trailing non-GAAP EPS is expected to rise to $0.50 for its full fiscal year of 2013 ending June 30th, 2013.

    CCUR's closest video software rivals HLIT and SEAC currently have P/Es of 25, which would value CCUR today at $10.75 based on its current non-GAAP EPS of $0.43 and also $12.50 based on its estimated year-end non-GAAP EPS of $0.50! CCUR has positive fundamental momentum and is growing, unlike HLIT and SEAC. CCUR truly deserves a P/E of 30 and it would value CCUR at $15 per share very soon based on estimated fiscal full year 2013 non-GAAP EPS of $0.50!

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