An extremely undiscovered stock that could become the biggest tech play of this week, CCUR, is only $6.66 with 8.72mm shares outstanding and a market cap of $58mm. It has $24.6mm in cash and no debt. Enterprise value is only $33.5mm or just 0.53X its trailing revenues of $63mm. Their 2Q 2013 EPS was up 100% from 1Q 2013 and their 1Q 2013 EPS was up 100% from 4Q 2012. Their 3Q 2013 EPS is due out very soon! If you ever watch video on demand through your cable TV service and subscribe to the video services of Time Warner Cable, Cox, Charter, or Bright House, CCUR powers your VOD services. They just signed an additional unnamed Top 5 North American pay-TV company! CCUR also just signed a huge multi-screen TV deal with Virgin Media (VMED) the largest cable TV company in the UK. Their EPS is likely to continue exploding in the quarters ahead and the stock could quickly double or triple! CCUR pays a 3.6% cash dividend and has the largest upside potential out of all dividend paying stocks. CCUR's GAAP EPS last quarter is estimated to be $0.09 vs $0.04 last year, which will raise CCUR's trailing non-GAAP EPS to $0.40 and a P/E of 25 to match their rival Seachange (SEAC) would value CCUR at $10, where it'll also have an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1 even.