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  • jtdmnf533 jtdmnf533 Apr 3, 2013 10:30 AM Flag

    Low Floater: EPS of $0.50, Cash Dividend of $0.24, Only $7.50 Per Share and About to Explode!

    Concurrent (CCUR) low floater to make a major bounce of $0.50 from its current price of $7.50 to a share price this afternoon of $8. When CCUR breaks $8 resistance it'll explode deep into double digits. CCUR has the world's largest video on demand (VOD) market share with 212 deployments across 4 continents and global reach of 50mm VOD households. CCUR dipped yesterday on low volume after gaining 9 out of 10 days and is down slightly this morning, but will bounce big later today with only 9.2mm o/s, $24.6mm in cash, no debt, and an enterprise value at $7.50 of only $44.4mm or just 0.71x its trailing revenues or 0.67x its 2Q 2013 revenues annualized.

    CCUR's gross margins of 58.81% exceed the #2 VOD operator Seachange (SEAC)'s margins of 50.18%. SEAC has enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.85, which values CCUR at $15.26. CCUR's 2Q 2013 EPS was up 100% from its 1Q 2013 EPS and up 300% from its 4Q 2012 EPS. CCUR latest annualized non-GAAP EPS is now $0.50 and SEAC has P/E of 30 that would make CCUR $15! CCUR just signed the largest cable TV company in the UK and a major Top 5 North American pay-TV company as its two new multi-screen video delivery clients and its current annualized non-GAAP EPS of $0.50 could easily reach $1 to $1.30 within next two quarters of earnings. A forward P/E of 20 like SEAC and conservative forward EPS of $1 and CCUR goes to $20 very soon!

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