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  • goodwe212 goodwe212 May 17, 2013 1:28 PM Flag

    Could Quickly Double Next Week Currently 5X Cash Flow, Must Read!


    The next NASDAQ tech stock to explode will likely be Concurrent (CCUR)! Its enterprise value is just 5X cash flow! CCUR is currently $7.02 with 8.75mm o/s, a market cap of $61.45mm, cash of $22.37mm, an enterprise value of $39.08mm, revenue of $63.23mm, and cash flow of $7.13mm! CCUR's quarterly GAAP EPS has been ramping up tremendously on a quarter-to-quarter basis from $0.02, to $0.04, to $0.08, and to $0.11! CCUR could make the largest percentage gains on the NASDAQ next week!

    CCUR has been in business for 45 years and is the pay-TV industry's #1 VOD and multi-screen technology provider! Its billion dollar clients including Time Warner Cable, Cox, Bright House, Charter, and Virgin Media. CCUR's brand new breakthrough multi-screen CDN platform allows pay-TV companies to integrate together their classic RF-based VOD systems with new IP-based CDN networks and begin delivering VOD content to tablets, smartphones, and other IP devices, while cost effectively expanding their VOD catalogs! CCUR's multi-screen CDN platform just began delivering on demand TV shows and movies to Time Warner Cable's subscribers with Android and iOS devices!

    CCUR's main competitor Seachange (SEAC) has gross margins of 52.1%, an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.65, and an enterprise value/cash flow ratio of 15.09. CCUR has larger gross margins of 58.2% and if CCUR reaches an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.65 it would be $14.47! If CCUR reaches an enterprise value/cash flow ratio of 15.09 it would be $14.85! CCUR has no where to go but up!

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