The most undervalued and oversold stock in the market today is Concurrent (CCUR) and it could rapidly rise 125% within the next 20 days. Numerous articles were just published by the media in recent days about how video on demand (VOD) services are now finally in demand in America. Over the past year, VOD has gone from a wasteland of old titles nobody wants to watch - to America's most popular entertainment destination choice. VOD is now available in 60% of U.S. households up from 37% in 2008.
Networks and advertisers are finally starting to take a liking to VOD, now that it can be tracked by Nielsen for viewership. VOD viewing of TV shows now count in the ratings as long as the VOD viewing carries the same national commercials as the live episode and is watched by the viewer within three days of the original telecast.
CCUR is the world's leading VOD tech vendor with a reach of 50 million homes! CCUR's MediaHawk VX is used by Time Warner Cable, Cox, and countless others to deliver VOD services. In addition, CCUR is Wall Street's biggest undiscovered Big Data Analytics play. It is CCUR's Media Data Intelligence solution that extracts the viewership data of billions of VOD transactions from pay-TV set-top boxes.
CCUR has the #1 market share of both VOD delivery and VOD data. CCUR's 4Q GAAP EPS was up 1,200% to $0.26 and CCUR reported fiscal year 2013 EPS of $0.48. The #2 VOD delivery market share leader Seachange (SEAC) also reported fiscal year 2013 EPS of $0.48, but SEAC's EPS is non-GAAP income from operations excluding amortization and share-based compensation.
CCUR earned 2013 operating income of $5 million and had a total of $1.744 million in amortization and share-based compensation - for non-GAAP EPS of $6.744 million or $0.77 per share. SEAC is now $11.54 or 22.63X its latest trailing non-GAAP EPS of $0.51. CCUR's comparable non-GAAP EPS of $0.77 with a P/E of 22.63 values CCUR at $17.43, up 125% from its current share price of $7.76!