Undervalued Low Floater to Breakout Big this Afternoon
Concurrent (CCUR) - undervalued low floater - about to break $8 and explode to double digits to double to reach fair valuation vs. its #1 rival Seachange (SEAC). Technically, CCUR has gained 12 straight months and 8 of the past 9 trading days, but its gains have been slow and steady. CCUR has the best looking chart with the most momentum in the market, and is not even close to its peak. CCUR is currently $7.91 and as soon as it breaks through the key $8 resistance level early this week, it will rapidly rally to double digits. 9.3mm shares have traded since Feb 1st vs. CCUR's 9.2mm s/o, so the $8 resistance most be almost completely gone.
CCUR's net income last quarter was up 100% from previous quarter and up 300% from two quarters ago. CCUR has $24.6mm or $2.67 per share in cash and no debt. After subtracting its cash per share from share price, its business is worth $5.24 per share. CCUR's non-GAAP EPS last quarter of $0.125 equals $0.50 annualized, valuing CCUR's business at only 10X earnings. CCUR has $62.59mm or $6.80 per share in revenue, also valuing its business at only 0.77X revenue. SEAC is now $11.89 and expected to report on 4/9 full year non-GAAP EPS of $0.40, giving it a P/E of 30. With CCUR's latest annualized non-GAAP EPS of $0.50 a P/E of 30 would value CCUR at $15 per share.
CCUR is the leading video on demand (VOD) technology provider and has deployed their solutions with Time Warner Cable (TWC), Cox, Charter (CHTR), and Bright House. CCUR's technology is in 23mm U.S. households and 54mm homes worldwide. CCUR's business is about to explode from the new multi-screen spending boom set to take place in the cable TV industry. CCUR's MediaHawk Multi-Screen Video Delivery Platform was just selected by Virgin Media (VMED) to power their Virgin TV Anywhere platform.