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  • bbajf591 bbajf591 Apr 11, 2013 12:31 PM Flag

    Could Make Largest Gain on Nasdaq Tomorrow!

    CCUR is the next undervalued low floater to explode this week. CCUR at yesterday's closing price of $7.16 had a market cap of $62.44mm with $24.6mm in cash, no debt, and an enterprise value of only $37.84mm. Just CCUR's real-time and media data intelligence (MDI) businesses combined are probably worth $40mm.

    CCUR is currently receiving absolutely no value for its video delivery solutions business, which is extremely profitable with $33.8mm in annualized revenue! Yesterday it was announced that ERIC is buying MSFT's Mediaroom multi-screen video platform for nearly $200mm. ERIC already had a multi-screen reach of 5mm households, while MSFT's Mediaroom had the industry's #1 multi-screen reach of 11mm households. After the closing of the transaction, ERIC will lead the multi-screen video delivery market with a reach of 16mm households for a 25% market share.

    CCUR so far has a multi-screen reach of 6.3mm households through their MediaHawk deployments with Virgin Media (VMED) and Jupiter, the #1 cable TV operators in both the UK and Japan, respectively! If MSFT's Mediaroom reach of 11mm households was worth just below $200mm, it means CCUR's multi-screen reach of 6.3mm households must be worth about $100mm!

    CCUR only has one direction to go from its current share price! CCUR needs to rise by 164% from $7.16 to $18.88 per share, for its video business to be worth $100mm, based on its 6.3mm household reach and ERIC paying nearly $200mm for Mediaroom's 75% larger reach of 11mm households! CCUR could lead the Nasdaq tomorrow with the largest percentage gain of the day!

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