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  • goodwe212 goodwe212 May 6, 2013 12:06 PM Flag

    Next to Explode like IQNT

     

    This stock could be next to explode like IQNT: Concurrent (CCUR) can double very rapidly from its current dirt-cheap share price of $7.75 with 8.754mm o/s, a market cap of $67.84mm, $22.37mm in cash and no debt, and an enterprise value of only $45.47mm or just 0.72X trailing 12 month revenues of $63.23mm! CCUR's operating margins have been rising very rapidly quarter-to-quarter from 1.3% in 4Q2012, to 2.7% in 1Q2013, to 5.3% in 2Q2013, and 7.3% in 3Q2013. CCUR's GAAP EPS has been soaring big time in recent quarters from $0.02 in 4Q2012, to $0.04 in 1Q2013, to $0.08 in 2Q2013, and $0.11 in 3Q2013!

    CCUR is well established in the video on demand (VOD) space with the largest VOD technology market share in the pay TV industry. CCUR's VOD platform reaches 50 million pay-TV subscriber households worldwide! CCUR is now capturing a huge share of the rapidly growing content delivery network (CDN) multi-screen video solutions market. Many people expect the CDN space to become the hottest area for tech investment this year. The two largest cable TV service providers in the U.S. are: Comcast and Time Warner Cable (TWC), and both have recently deployed CDNs. In fact, TWC has deployed their own CDN using CCUR's IP CDN multi-screen video delivery solutions! Almost nobody knows this yet being that CCUR was only allowed to say "Top 5 North American MSO" in its press release. TWC has 12 million subscribers. CCUR also recent signed Virgin Media (VMED) - the largest cable TV operator in the UK with 3.8 million subscribers! CCUR's chart looks amazing, it looks ready to skyrocket!

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