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  • Concurrent (CCUR) currently $8 with a market cap of only $70.03mm, $22.37mm in cash, and an enterprise value of just $47.66mm was just today awarded a major NASA contract that is disclosed on the government's FBO web site but hasn't been announced yet by CCUR! The stock could absolutely explode in the days ahead! CCUR's technology will be powering NASA's Space Launch System simulations to see how the SLS will perform in space!

    CCUR's 3Q GAAP EPS was up 175% year-over-year and when CCUR reports 4Q results on Tuesday, CCUR's 4Q GAAP EPS is expected to be up 350% year-over-year! CCUR currently trades with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of only 0.75 and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of only 8.51! CCUR pays a HUGE dividend yield of 6%, with its next quarterly cash dividend payment coming just two weeks after its 4Q results!

    Tomorrow morning at 10AMEDT, CCUR will receive HUGE publicity when their Senior VP gets interviewed on Atlanta Business Radio’s highly regarded business show about how CCUR's MediaHawk multi-screen CDN video delivery technology is revolutionizing the pay-TV industry by delivering on demand video content to tablets, smartphones, and Smart TVs! 2 of America's 3 largest cable TV operators Time Warner Cable (TWC) and Cox are now using CCUR's MediaHawk for multi-screen video delivery!

    In late March, CCUR signed a HUGE new mulli-screen CDN deal with the largest UK cable TV operator Virgin Media to power their new Virgin TV Anywhere platform! CCUR will report their first ever revenues from Virgin Media in their 4Q results on Tuesday, which could allow CCUR to far surpass expectations!

    CCUR has the strongest looking chart on the NASDAQ and between this HUGE NASA contact, major new exposure coming tomorrow morning, 4Q results on Tuesday, and their next quarterly dividend coming in early September, CCUR is about to breakout big into double digits!

  • CCUR is currently just $8.05 per share with $2.56 per share in cash, which subtracted from its share price gives CCUR a business valuation of only $5.49 per share when it has $7.22 per share in trailing revenues, and an insanely low enterprise value/revenue ratio of 0.76! CCUR has trailing free cash flow of $0.64 per share, valuing its business at only 8.58X free cash flow. CCUR's operating margin has been rapidly improving from 1.3% in 4Q 2012, to 2.8% in 1Q 2013, to 5.3% in 2Q 2013, and to 7.3% in 3Q 2013.

    CCUR reports its 4Q results on August 27th and will likely see its cash position rise to $3.28 per share, lowering its business valuation at $8.05 per share to only $4.77 per share. CCUR's fiscal 2013 full year revenues will likely reach $7.38 on a per share basis, lowering its enterprise value/revenue ratio at $8.05 to only 0.64! CCUR's fiscal 2013 full year free cash flow will likely equal $0.80 on a per share basis, lowering its enterprise value/free cash flow ratio at $8.05 down to only 5.96!

    CCUR's main rivals SEAC and HLIT currently trade with an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.38, which will value CCUR after its August 27th 4Q results at an estimated $13.46 per share. SEAC/HLIT also trade with an average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 15.30, which will value CCUR after its 4Q results at an estimated $15.52 per share.

    CCUR pays a HUGE $0.48 per share annual cash dividend for an enormous yield at $8.05 of 6%, with CCUR's next large quarterly cash dividend payment coming just two weeks after CCUR's earnings are released on August 27th! CCUR's 4Q GAAP EPS is expected to be up 350% after reporting 3Q GAAP EPS growth of 175%! CCUR soared 17% after its 3Q results and could make a much larger percentage gain by the end of August, with a breakout into the $10-$12 range very possible. It took CCUR nearly 6 months to break its $8 resistance, but it now has BIG support at $8! A HUGE breakout into double digit territory is finally imminent!

  • CCUR is an undiscovered gem that has been growing its profitability faster than almost any other stock on Wall Street!

    In CCUR's 4Q 2012 ending 6/30/12 it had revs of $14.71mm, an operating profit of $187,000 and operating margin of 1.3%. CCUR had 4Q 2012 net income of $209,000, GAAP EPS of $0.02 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.065.

    In CCUR's 1Q 2013 ending 9/30/12 it had revs of $15mm, an operating profit of $413,000 (up 121% from 4Q 2012) and operating margin of 2.8%. CCUR had 1Q 3012 net income of $325,000 (up 55.5% from 4Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.04 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.08.

    In CCUR's 2Q 2013 ending 12/31/12 it had revs of $16.59mm, an operating profit of $876,000 (up 112% from 1Q 2013) and operating margin of 5.3%. CCUR had 2Q 3012 net income of $673,000 (up 107% from 1Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.08 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.125.

    In CCUR's 3Q 2013 ending 3/31/13 it had revs of $16.93mm, an operating profit of $1.233mm (up 41% from 2Q 2013) and operating margin of 7.3%. CCUR had 2Q 3012 net income of $937,000 (up 39% from 2Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.11 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.16.

    CCUR reports 4Q results August 27th. On June 6th, with just 3 weeks left in the 4Q, CCUR raised its dividend by 100% to $0.48 for a HUGE yield at $8 of 6%. If CCUR grows revs to $17.5mm and its operating margin to 9%, they could report a 4Q 2013 operating profit of $1.575mm up 742% from 4Q 2012, which would equal GAAP EPS of $0.14 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.185 - for full year non-GAAP EPS of $0.55.

    Conservatively, if CCUR's revenues are the same as 4Q 2012 and their operating margin is the same as 3Q 2013, they will still generate a 4Q 2013 operating profit of $1.07mm up 472% year-over-year, with GAAP EPS of $0.09 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.135 - for full year non-GAAP EPS of $0.50.

    CCUR's rival SEAC is $11 with non-GAAP EPS of $0.44 for a P/E of 25. With non-GAAP EPS of $0.50-$0.55 a P/E of 25 would value CCUR at $12.50-$13.75! CCUR's next quarterly cash dividend payment is coming shortly after earnings!

  • CCUR is an undiscovered gem that has been growing its profitability faster than almost any other stock on Wall Street!

    In CCUR's 4Q 2012 ending 6/30/12 it had revs of $14.71mm, an operating profit of $187,000 and operating margin of 1.3%. CCUR had 4Q 2012 net income of $209,000, GAAP EPS of $0.02 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.065.

    In CCUR's 1Q 2013 ending 9/30/12 it had revs of $15mm, an operating profit of $413,000 (up 121% from 4Q 2012) and operating margin of 2.8%. CCUR had 1Q 3012 net income of $325,000 (up 55.5% from 4Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.04 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.08.

    In CCUR's 2Q 2013 ending 12/31/12 it had revs of $16.59mm, an operating profit of $876,000 (up 112% from 1Q 2013) and operating margin of 5.3%. CCUR had 2Q 3012 net income of $673,000 (up 107% from 1Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.08 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.125.

    In CCUR's 3Q 2013 ending 3/31/13 it had revs of $16.93mm, an operating profit of $1.233mm (up 41% from 2Q 2013) and operating margin of 7.3%. CCUR had 2Q 3012 net income of $937,000 (up 39% from 2Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.11 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.16.

    CCUR reports 4Q results August 27th. On June 6th, with just 3 weeks left in the 4Q, CCUR raised its dividend by 100% to $0.48 for a HUGE yield at $8 of 6%. If CCUR grows revs to $17.5mm and its operating margin to 9%, they could report a 4Q 2013 operating profit of $1.575mm up 742% from 4Q 2012, which would equal GAAP EPS of $0.14 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.185 - for full year non-GAAP EPS of $0.55.

    Conservatively, if CCUR's revenues are the same as 4Q 2012 and their operating margin is the same as 3Q 2013, they will still generate a 4Q 2013 operating profit of $1.07mm up 472% year-over-year, with GAAP EPS of $0.09 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.135 - for full year non-GAAP EPS of $0.50.

    CCUR's rival SEAC is $11 with non-GAAP EPS of $0.44 for a P/E of 25. With non-GAAP EPS of $0.50-$0.55 a P/E of 25 would value CCUR at $12.50-$13.75! CCUR's next quarterly cash dividend payment is coming shortly after earnings!

  • CCUR is an undiscovered gem that has been growing its profitability faster than almost any other stock on Wall Street!

    In CCUR's 4Q 2012 ending 6/30/12 it had revs of $14.71mm, an operating profit of $187,000 and operating margin of 1.3%. CCUR had 4Q 2012 net income of $209,000, GAAP EPS of $0.02 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.065.

    In CCUR's 1Q 2013 ending 9/30/12 it had revs of $15mm, an operating profit of $413,000 (up 121% from 4Q 2012) and operating margin of 2.8%. CCUR had 1Q 3012 net income of $325,000 (up 55.5% from 4Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.04 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.08.

    In CCUR's 2Q 2013 ending 12/31/12 it had revs of $16.59mm, an operating profit of $876,000 (up 112% from 1Q 2013) and operating margin of 5.3%. CCUR had 2Q 3012 net income of $673,000 (up 107% from 1Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.08 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.125.

    In CCUR's 3Q 2013 ending 3/31/13 it had revs of $16.93mm, an operating profit of $1.233mm (up 41% from 2Q 2013) and operating margin of 7.3%. CCUR had 2Q 3012 net income of $937,000 (up 39% from 2Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.11 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.16.

    CCUR reports 4Q results August 27th. On June 6th, with just 3 weeks left in the 4Q, CCUR raised its dividend by 100% to $0.48 for a HUGE yield at $8 of 6%. If CCUR grows revs to $17.5mm and its operating margin to 9%, they could report a 4Q 2013 operating profit of $1.575mm up 742% from 4Q 2012, which would equal GAAP EPS of $0.14 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.185 - for full year non-GAAP EPS of $0.55.

    Conservatively, if CCUR's revenues are the same as 4Q 2012 and their operating margin is the same as 3Q 2013, they will still generate a 4Q 2013 operating profit of $1.07mm up 472% year-over-year, with likely GAAP EPS of $0.09 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.135 - for full year non-GAAP EPS of $0.50.

    CCUR's rival SEAC is $11 with non-GAAP EPS of $0.44 for a P/E of 25. With non-GAAP EPS of $0.50-$0.55 a P/E of 25 would value CCUR at $12.50-$13.75! CCUR's next quarterly cash dividend payment is coming early September!

  • CCUR is an undiscovered gem that has been rapidly growing its profitability faster than almost any other stock on Wall Street!

    In CCUR's 4Q 2012 ending 6/30/12 CCUR had revs of $14.71mm with an operating profit of $187,000 and operating margin of 1.3%. CCUR had 4Q 2012 net income of $209,000, GAAP EPS of $0.02 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.065.

    In CCUR's 1Q 2013 ending 9/30/12 CCUR had revs of $15mm with an operating profit of $413,000 (up 121% from 4Q 2012) and operating margin of 2.8%. CCUR had 1Q 3012 net income of $325,000 (up 55.5% from 4Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.04 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.08.

    In CCUR's 2Q 2013 ending 12/31/12 CCUR had revs of $16.59mm with an operating profit of $876,000 (up 112% from 1Q 2013) and operating margin of 5.3%. CCUR had 2Q 3012 net income of $673,000 (up 107% from 1Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.08 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.125.

    In CCUR's 3Q 2013 ending 3/31/13 CCUR had revs of $16.93mm with an operating profit of $1.233mm (up 41% from 2Q 2013) and operating margin of 7.3%. CCUR had 2Q 3012 net income of $937,000 (up 39% from 2Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.11 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.16.

    CCUR reports 4Q results August 27th. On June 6th, with just 3 weeks left in the 4Q, CCUR raised its dividend by 100% to $0.48 for a HUGE yield at $8 of 6%. Imagine if CCUR once again grows revs to $17.5mm and grows its operating margin to 9%, they could report a 4Q 2013 operating profit of $1.575mm up 742% from 4Q 2012, which would likely equal GAAP EPS of $0.14 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.185 - for full year non-GAAP EPS of $0.55.

    Conservatively, if CCUR's revenues are the same as 4Q 2012 and their operating margin is the same as 3Q 2013, they will still generate a 4Q 2013 operating profit of $1.07mm up 472% year-over-year, with likely GAAP EPS of $0.09 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.135 - for full year non-GAAP EPS of $0.50.

    CCUR's rival SEAC is $11 with non-GAAP EPS of $0.44 for a P/E of 25. With non-GAAP EPS of $0.50-$0.55 a P/E of 25 would value CCUR at $12.50-$13.75!

  • CCUR is an undiscovered gem that has been rapidly growing its profitability faster than almost any other stock on Wall Street!

    In CCUR's 4Q 2012 ending 6/30/12 CCUR had revs of $14.71mm with an operating profit of $187,000 and operating margin of 1.3%. CCUR had 4Q 2012 net income of $209,000, GAAP EPS of $0.02 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.065.

    In CCUR's 1Q 2013 ending 9/30/12 CCUR had revs of $15mm with an operating profit of $413,000 (up 121% from 4Q 2012) and operating margin of 2.8%. CCUR had 1Q 3012 net income of $325,000 (up 55.5% from 4Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.04 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.08.

    In CCUR's 2Q 2013 ending 12/31/12 CCUR had revs of $16.59mm with an operating profit of $876,000 (up 112% from 1Q 2013) and operating margin of 5.3%. CCUR had 2Q 3012 net income of $673,000 (up 107% from 1Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.08 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.125.

    In CCUR's 3Q 2013 ending 3/31/13 CCUR had revs of $16.93mm with an operating profit of $1.233mm (up 41% from 2Q 2013) and operating margin of 7.3%. CCUR had 2Q 3012 net income of $937,000 (up 39% from 2Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.11 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.16.

    CCUR reports 4Q results August 27th. On June 6th, with just 3 weeks left in the 4Q, CCUR raised its dividend by 100% to $0.48 for a HUGE yield at $8 of 6%. Imagine if CCUR once again grows revs to $17.5mm and grows its operating margin to 9%, they could report a 4Q 2013 operating profit of $1.575mm up 742% from 4Q 2012, which would likely equal GAAP EPS of $0.14 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.185 - for full year non-GAAP EPS of $0.55.

    Conservatively, if CCUR's revenues are the same as 4Q 2012 and their operating margin is the same as 3Q 2013, they will still generate a 4Q 2013 operating profit of $1.07mm up 472% year-over-year, with likely GAAP EPS of $0.09 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.135 - for full year non-GAAP EPS of $0.50.

    CCUR's rival SEAC is $11 with non-GAAP EPS of $0.44 for a P/E of 25. With non-GAAP EPS of $0.50-$0.55 a P/E of 25 would value CCUR at $12.50-$13.75!

  • CCUR is an undiscovered gem that has been rapidly growing its profitability faster than almost any other stock on Wall Street!

    In CCUR's 4Q 2012 ending 6/30/12 CCUR had revs of $14.71mm with an operating profit of $187,000 and operating margin of 1.3%. CCUR had 4Q 2012 net income of $209,000, GAAP EPS of $0.02 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.065.

    In CCUR's 1Q 2013 ending 9/30/12 CCUR had revs of $15mm with an operating profit of $413,000 (up 121% from 4Q 2012) and operating margin of 2.8%. CCUR had 1Q 3012 net income of $325,000 (up 55.5% from 4Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.04 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.08.

    In CCUR's 2Q 2013 ending 12/31/12 CCUR had revs of $16.59mm with an operating profit of $876,000 (up 112% from 1Q 2013) and operating margin of 5.3%. CCUR had 2Q 3012 net income of $673,000 (up 107% from 1Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.08 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.125.

    In CCUR's 3Q 2013 ending 3/31/13 CCUR had revs of $16.93mm with an operating profit of $1.233mm (up 41% from 1Q 2013) and operating margin of 7.3%. CCUR had 2Q 3012 net income of $937,000 (up 39% from 1Q 2012), GAAP EPS of $0.11 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.16.

    CCUR reports 4Q results August 27th. On June 6th, with just 3 weeks left in the 4Q, CCUR raised its dividend by 100% to $0.48 for a HUGE yield at $8 of 6%. Imagine if CCUR once again grows revs to $17.5mm and grows its operating margin to 9%, they could report a 4Q 2013 operating profit of $1.575mm up 742% from 4Q 2012, which would likely equal GAAP EPS of $0.14 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.185 - for full year non-GAAP EPS of $0.55.

    Conservatively, if CCUR's revenues are the same as 4Q 2012 and their operating margin is the same as 3Q 2013, they will still generate a 4Q 2013 operating profit of $1.07mm up 472% year-over-year, with likely GAAP EPS of $0.09 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.135 - for full year non-GAAP EPS of $0.50.

    CCUR's rival SEAC is $11 with non-GAAP EPS of $0.43 for a P/E of 25.58. With non-GAAP EPS of $0.50-$0.55 a P/E of 25.58 would value CCUR at $12.79-$14.07!

  • Concurrent (CCUR) will report 4Q results on August 27th and their EPS is expected to be up 350%, double their year-over-year EPS growth last quarter of 175%! In recent quarters: CCUR's revenues have grown from $14.71mm to $15mm to $16.59mm and to $16.93mm; CCUR's gross profit has grown from $8.446mm to $8.812mm to $9.543mm and to $10mm; CCUR's operating profit has grown from $0.187mm, to $0.413mm to $0.876mm, and to $1.233mm; and CCUR's net income has grown from $0.209mm to $0.325mm to $0.673mm and to $0.937mm.

    On August 27th, CCUR will report their first ever profitable fiscal year since 2002, when CCUR had a billion dollar market cap. Today, CCUR's enterprise value is less than $50mm. CCUR has a huge cash position of $22.37mm that likely grew in the 4Q to $28-$30mm. CCUR has trailing twelve month free cash flow of $5.6mm, which grew in the 3Q by 46% from $3.834mm, and likely grew in the 4Q by at least 25% to $7mm.

    CCUR's closest two rivals SEAC and HLIT are currently trading with enterprise value/free cash flow ratios of 18.11 and 12.88, respectively - and average of 15.50. If CCUR reports on August 27th that their fiscal full year 2013 free cash flow was $7mm, an enterprise value of 15.50 X $7mm will give CCUR an enterprise value of $108.5mm. A cash position of $28-$30mm will give CCUR a market cap of $136.5mm-$138.5mm. Divided by 8.754mm o/s will give CCUR a share price of $15.59-$15.82. CCUR increased their dividend by 100% one week into the final month of the 4Q, which bodes very well for 4Q results. CCUR now pays a HUGE dividend yield of 6%, the highest in its industry! CCUR is the video on demand (VOD) market share leader, ahead of SEAC and HLIT - and CCUR has much higher gross and operating profit margins than SEAC and HLIT!

  • CCUR was up on Thursday with the market down big. After CCUR dipped $0.27 on Wednesday morning, it bounced big to finish with a gain. CCUR had major resistance at $8 from February through July, but has now finished 13 of the last 14 trading days at $8 per share or higher! CCUR looks ready to explode to new 52-week highs next week!

    CCUR was the 1st company to commercially launch video on demand (VOD) with their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC) 13 years ago, which briefly made CCUR a billion dollar market cap company. CCUR now holds the #1 VOD market share with a reach of 50mm households! CCUR's business is booming big time as its cable TV operator clients like TWC launch CCUR's MediaHawk multi-screen CDN video delivery technology, which allows operators to deliver on demand video services to tablets, smartphones, Smart TVs, and other IP-connected devices! TWC just launched their Samsung Smart TV app, using CCUR's technology, which delivers 5,000 on demand TV shows and movies without a separate set-top box!

    CCUR at $8.03 has an enterprise value (EV) of $47.92mm or 0.76X revenues and 8.56X free cash flow. After reporting 175% EPS growth last quarter, CCUR on Aug 27th is estimated to report fiscal 4Q EPS growth of 350%! CCUR had $22.37mm in cash at the end of their fiscal 3Q and will likely report end of 4Q cash on Aug 27th of between $28mm and $30mm.

    Institutions have been quietly loading up with CCUR the past two quarters, while taking profits on CCUR's top two rivals SEAC and HLIT. If CCUR rises to SEAC/HLIT's average EV/revenue ratio of 1.41, CCUR will reach $12.73 or an estimated $13.75 after 4Q results on August 27th. If CCUR rises to SEAC/HLIT's average EV/free cash flow ratio of 15.50, CCUR will reach $12.47 or an estimated $15.67 after 4Q results on August 27th. CCUR recently increased its dividend 100%, which means their 4Q results could potentially beat expectations. CCUR now pays a 6% dividend yield, with their next payment coming in mid-September!

  • CCUR was up on Thursday with the market down big. After CCUR dipped $0.27 on Wednesday morning, it bounced big to finish with a gain. CCUR had major resistance at $8 from February through July, but has now finished 13 of the last 14 trading days at $8 per share or higher! CCUR looks ready to explode to new 52-week highs next week!

    CCUR was the 1st company to commercially launch video on demand (VOD) with their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC) 13 years ago, which briefly made CCUR a billion dollar market cap company. CCUR now holds the #1 VOD market share with a reach of 50mm households! CCUR's business is booming big time as its cable TV operator clients like TWC launch CCUR's MediaHawk multi-screen CDN video delivery technology, which allows operators to deliver on demand video services to tablets, smartphones, Smart TVs, and other IP-connected devices! TWC just launched their Samsung Smart TV app, using CCUR's technology, which delivers 5,000 on demand TV shows and movies without a separate set-top box!

    CCUR at $8.03 has an enterprise value (EV) of $47.92mm or 0.76X revenues and 8.56X free cash flow. After reporting 175% EPS growth last quarter, CCUR on Aug 27th is estimated to report fiscal 4Q EPS growth of 350%! CCUR had $22.37mm in cash at the end of their fiscal 3Q and will likely report end of 4Q cash on Aug 27th of between $28mm and $30mm.

    Institutions have been quietly loading up with CCUR the past two quarters, while taking profits on CCUR's top two rivals SEAC and HLIT. If CCUR rises to SEAC/HLIT's average EV/revenue ratio of 1.41, CCUR will reach $12.73 or an estimated $13.75 after 4Q results on August 27th. If CCUR rises to SEAC/HLIT's average EV/free cash flow ratio of 15.50, CCUR will reach $12.47 or an estimated $15.67 after 4Q results on August 27th. CCUR recently increased its dividend 100%, which means their 4Q results could potentially beat expectations. CCUR now pays a 6% dividend yield, with their next payment coming in mid-September!

  • CCUR is a coiled up spring getting ready to explode to the upside! After having major resistance at $8 from February through July, CCUR has finished 12 of the last 13 trading days at $8 per share or higher! CCUR will likely explode to new 52-week highs in the double digits any day now!

    CCUR was the 1st company to commercially launch video on demand (VOD) with their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC) 13 years ago, which briefly made CCUR a billion dollar market cap company. CCUR now holds the #1 VOD market share with a reach of 50mm households! CCUR's business is booming big time as its cable TV operator clients like TWC launch CCUR's MediaHawk multi-screen CDN video delivery technology, which allows operators to deliver on demand video services to tablets, smartphones, Smart TVs, and other IP-connected devices! TWC just launched their Samsung Smart TV app, using CCUR's technology, which delivers 5,000 on demand TV shows and movies without a separate set-top box!

    CCUR at $8.02 has an enterprise value of $47.84mm or 0.76X revenues and 8.54X free cash flow. After reporting 175% EPS growth last quarter, CCUR on Aug 27th is estimated to report fiscal 4Q EPS growth of 350%! CCUR had $22.37mm in cash at the end of their fiscal 3Q and will likely report end of 4Q cash on Aug 27th of between $28mm and $30mm.

    CCUR pays a HUGE cash dividend yield of 6% with their next payment coming early next month! CCUR's top rivals SEAC and HLIT don't pay dividends and have lower gross/operating profit margins, yet they currently have an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 and an average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45, which would value CCUR between $13.08 and $13.39! CCUR's current trailing free cash flow of $5.6mm will likely rise to at least $7mm on Aug 27th, and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45 would then value CCUR at $16.44 per share!

  • CCUR is a coiled up spring getting ready to explode to the upside! After having major resistance at $8 from February through July, CCUR has finished 12 of the last 13 trading days at $8 per share or higher! CCUR will likely explode to new 52-week highs in the double digits any day now!

    CCUR was the 1st company to commercially launch video on demand (VOD) with their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC) 13 years ago, which briefly made CCUR a billion dollar market cap company. CCUR now holds the #1 VOD market share with a reach of 50mm households! CCUR's business is booming big time as its cable TV operator clients like TWC launch CCUR's MediaHawk multi-screen CDN video delivery technology, which allows operators to deliver on demand video services to tablets, smartphones, Smart TVs, and other IP-connected devices! TWC just launched their Samsung Smart TV app, using CCUR's technology, which delivers 5,000 on demand TV shows and movies without a separate set-top box!

    CCUR at $8.02 has an enterprise value of $47.84mm or 0.76X revenues and 8.54X free cash flow. After reporting 175% EPS growth last quarter, CCUR on Aug 27th is estimated to report fiscal 4Q EPS growth of 350%! CCUR had $22.37mm in cash at the end of their fiscal 3Q and will likely report end of 4Q cash on Aug 27th of between $28mm and $30mm.

    CCUR pays a HUGE cash dividend yield of 6% with their next payment coming early next month! CCUR's top rivals SEAC and HLIT don't pay dividends and have lower gross/operating profit margins, yet they currently have an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 and an average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45, which would value CCUR between $13.08 and $13.39! CCUR's current trailing free cash flow of $5.6mm will likely rise to at least $7mm on Aug 27th, and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45 would then value CCUR at $16.44 per share!

  • CCUR is a coiled up spring getting ready to explode to the upside! After having major resistance at $8 from February through July, CCUR has finished 12 of the last 13 trading days at $8 per share or higher! CCUR will likely explode to new 52-week highs in the double digits any day now!

    CCUR was the 1st company to commercially launch video on demand (VOD) with their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC) 13 years ago, which briefly made CCUR a billion dollar market cap company. CCUR now holds the #1 VOD market share with a reach of 50mm households! CCUR's business is booming big time as its cable TV operator clients like TWC launch CCUR's MediaHawk multi-screen CDN video delivery technology, which allows operators to deliver on demand video services to tablets, smartphones, Smart TVs, and other IP-connected devices! TWC just launched their Samsung Smart TV app, using CCUR's technology, which delivers 5,000 on demand TV shows and movies without a separate set-top box!

    CCUR at $8.02 has an enterprise value of $47.84mm or 0.76X revenues and 8.54X free cash flow. After reporting 175% EPS growth last quarter, CCUR on Aug 27th is estimated to report fiscal 4Q EPS growth of 350%! CCUR had $22.37mm in cash at the end of their fiscal 3Q and will likely report end of 4Q cash on Aug 27th of between $28mm and $30mm.

    CCUR pays a HUGE cash dividend yield of 6% with their next payment coming early next month! CCUR's top rivals SEAC and HLIT don't pay dividends and have lower gross/operating profit margins, yet they currently have an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 and an average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45, which would value CCUR between $13.08 and $13.39! CCUR's current trailing free cash flow of $5.6mm will likely rise to at least $7mm on Aug 27th, and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45 would then value CCUR at $16.44 per share!

  • CCUR is a coiled up spring getting ready to explode to the upside! After having major resistance at $8 from February through July, CCUR has finished 11 of the last 12 trading days at $8 per share or higher! CCUR may be down $0.24 to $7.77 this morning, but CCUR will likely bounce back above $8 before today's close and explode to new 52-week highs in the double digits any day now!

    CCUR was the 1st company to commercially launch video on demand (VOD) with their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC) 13 years ago, which briefly made CCUR a billion dollar market cap company. CCUR now holds the #1 VOD market share with a reach of 50mm households! CCUR's business is booming big time as its cable TV operator clients like TWC launch CCUR's MediaHawk multi-screen CDN video delivery technology, which allows operators to deliver on demand video services to tablets, smartphones, Smart TVs, and other IP-connected devices! TWC just launched their Samsung Smart TV app, using CCUR's technology, which delivers 5,000 on demand TV shows and movies without a separate set-top box!

    CCUR at $7.77 has an enterprise value of $45.65mm or 0.72X revenues and 8.16X free cash flow. After reporting 175% EPS growth last quarter, CCUR on Aug 27th is estimated to report fiscal 4Q EPS growth of 350%! CCUR had $22.37mm in cash at the end of their fiscal 3Q and will likely report end of 4Q cash on Aug 27th of between $28mm and $30mm.

    CCUR pays a HUGE cash dividend yield of 6.2% with their next payment coming early next month! CCUR's top rivals SEAC and HLIT don't pay dividends and have lower gross/operating profit margins, yet they currently have an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 and an average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45, which would value CCUR between $13.08 and $13.39! CCUR's current trailing free cash flow of $5.6mm will likely rise to at least $7mm on Aug 27th, and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45 would then value CCUR at $16.44 per share!

  • CCUR is a coiled up spring getting ready to explode to the upside! After having major resistance at $8 from February through July, CCUR has finished 11 of the last 12 trading days at $8 per share or higher! CCUR may be down $0.24 to $7.77 this morning, but CCUR will likely bounce back above $8 before today's close and explode to new 52-week highs in the double digits any day now!

    CCUR was the 1st company to commercially launch video on demand (VOD) with their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC) 13 years ago, which briefly made CCUR a billion dollar market cap company. CCUR now holds the #1 VOD market share with a reach of 50mm households! CCUR's business is booming big time as its cable TV operator clients like TWC launch CCUR's MediaHawk multi-screen CDN video delivery technology, which allows operators to deliver on demand video services to tablets, smartphones, Smart TVs, and other IP-connected devices! TWC just launched their Samsung Smart TV app, using CCUR's technology, which delivers 5,000 on demand TV shows and movies without a separate set-top box!

    CCUR at $7.77 has an enterprise value of $45.65mm or 0.72X revenues and 8.16X free cash flow. After reporting 175% EPS growth last quarter, CCUR on Aug 27th is estimated to report fiscal 4Q EPS growth of 350%! CCUR had $22.37mm in cash at the end of their fiscal 3Q and will likely report end of 4Q cash on Aug 27th of between $28mm and $30mm.

    CCUR pays a HUGE cash dividend yield of 6.2% with their next payment coming early next month! CCUR's top rivals SEAC and HLIT don't pay dividends and have lower gross/operating profit margins, yet they currently have an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 and an average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45, which would value CCUR between $13.08 and $13.39! CCUR's current trailing free cash flow of $5.6mm will likely rise to at least $7mm on Aug 27th, and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45 would then value CCUR at $16.44 per share!

  • CCUR triple bottomed yesterday at its intraday low of $7.90 and started to bounce big in the final hour of trading, rising to $8.05 just before the close - and closing at $8.01! CCUR is a coiled up spring getting ready to explode to double digits. After having major resistance at $8 from February through July, CCUR has finished 11 of the last 12 trading days at $8 per share or higher!

    CCUR was the 1st company to commercially launch video on demand (VOD) in their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC) 13 years ago, which briefly made CCUR a billion dollar market cap company. CCUR now holds the #1 VOD market share with a reach of 50mm households! CCUR's business is booming big time as its cable TV operator clients like TWC launch CCUR's MediaHawk multi-screen CDN video delivery technology, which allows operators to deliver on demand video services to tablets, smartphones, Smart TVs, and other IP-connected devices! TWC just launched their Samsung Smart TV app, using CCUR's technology, which delivers 5,000 on demand TV shows and movies without a separate set-top box!

    CCUR at $8.01 has an enterprise value of $47.75mm or 0.75X revenues and 8.53X free cash flow. After reporting 175% EPS growth last quarter, CCUR on Aug 27th is estimated to report fiscal 4Q EPS growth of 350%! CCUR had $22.37mm in cash at the end of their fiscal 3Q and will likely report end of 4Q cash on Aug 27th of between $28mm and $30mm.

    CCUR pays a HUGE cash dividend yield of 6% with their next payment coming early next month! CCUR's top rivals SEAC and HLIT don't pay dividends and have lower gross/operating profit margins, yet they currently have an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50 and an average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45, which would value CCUR between $13.08 and $13.39! CCUR's current trailing free cash flow of $5.6mm will likely rise to at least $7mm on Aug 27th, and an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45 would then value CCUR at $16.44 per share!

  • CCUR looks ready to bounce big and explode to new 52-week highs this week! CCUR was the world's first company to commercially launch video on demand (VOD) in their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC) over a decade ago, which caused CCUR to briefly become a billion dollar market cap company. Today, CCUR holds the #1 VOD market share with a reach of 50mm households and its business is booming big time again as its cable TV operator clients like TWC rapidly expand services to all new screens including tablets, smartphones and Smart TVs.

    Just a few days ago, TWC became the first cable TV operator to launch a Smart TV app, when TWC launched their Samsung Smart TV app offering 5,000 on demand TV shows and movies without the need for a set-top box. TWC is using CCUR's technology to power this app!

    CCUR is only $7.97 per share with an insanely undervalued enterprise value of $47.4mm or 0.75X revenues and 8.46X free cash flow. CCUR's EPS last quarter was up 175% year-over-year and CCUR's 4Q EPS to be reported later this month is estimated to be up 350% year-over-year. CCUR had $22.37mm in cash at the end of their fiscal 3Q and when they report fiscal 4Q results this month, CCUR will likely finish its fiscal year with cash of between $28mm and $30mm.

    After CCUR potentially reports blow out earnings this month, they will pay their next HUGE cash dividend in early September. CCUR currently pays an enormous dividend yield of over 6%, the highest in its industry. CCUR's top two rivals SEAC and HLIT don't pay any dividends and have much lower gross and operating profit margins, yet SEAC and HLIT currently have an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50, which values CCUR at $13.39 per share - and an average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45, which values CCUR at $13.08 per share.

    CCUR's free cash flow is set to rise big in its August 27th 10-K! An enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45 will likely value CCUR later this month at $16+ per share!

  • CCUR looks ready to bounce big and explode to new 52-week highs this week! CCUR was the world's first company to commercially launch video on demand (VOD) in their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC) over a decade ago, which caused CCUR to briefly become a billion dollar market cap company. Today, CCUR holds the #1 VOD market share with a reach of 50mm households and its business is booming big time again as its cable TV operator clients like TWC rapidly expand services to all new screens including tablets, smartphones and Smart TVs.

    Just a few days ago, TWC became the first cable TV operator to launch a Smart TV app, when TWC launched their Samsung Smart TV app offering 5,000 on demand TV shows and movies without the need for a set-top box. TWC is using CCUR's technology to power this app!

    CCUR is only $7.97 per share with an insanely undervalued enterprise value of $47.4mm or 0.75X revenues and 8.46X free cash flow. CCUR's EPS last quarter was up 175% year-over-year and CCUR's 4Q EPS to be reported later this month is estimated to be up 350% year-over-year. CCUR had $22.37mm in cash at the end of their fiscal 3Q and when they report fiscal 4Q results this month, CCUR will likely finish its fiscal year with cash of between $28mm and $30mm.

    After CCUR potentially reports blow out earnings this month, they will pay their next HUGE cash dividend in early September. CCUR currently pays an enormous dividend yield of over 6%, the highest in its industry. CCUR's top two rivals SEAC and HLIT don't pay any dividends and have much lower gross and operating profit margins, yet SEAC and HLIT currently have an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50, which values CCUR at $13.39 per share - and an average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45, which values CCUR at $13.08 per share.

    CCUR's free cash flow is set to rise big in its August 27th 10-K! An enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45 will likely value CCUR later this month at $16+ per share!

  • CCUR began bouncing big on Monday and looks ready to explode to new 52-week highs! CCUR was the world's first company to commercially launch video on demand (VOD) in their deployment for Time Warner Cable (TWC) over a decade ago, which caused CCUR to briefly become a billion dollar market cap company. Today, CCUR holds the #1 VOD market share with a reach of 50mm households and its business is booming big time again as its cable TV operator clients like TWC rapidly expand services to all new screens including tablets, smartphones and Smart TVs.

    Just a few days ago, TWC became the first cable TV operator to launch a Smart TV app, when TWC launched their Samsung Smart TV app offering 5,000 on demand TV shows and movies without the need for a set-top box. TWC is using CCUR's technology to power this app!

    CCUR closed yesterday at $8.07 per share with an extremely undervalued enterprise value of only $48.27mm or 0.76X revenues and 8.62X free cash flow. CCUR's EPS last quarter was up 175% year-over-year and CCUR's 4Q EPS to be reported later this month is projected to be up 350% year-over-year. CCUR had $22.37mm in cash at the end of their fiscal 3Q and when they report fiscal 4Q results this month, CCUR will probably finish fiscal year 2013 with cash of between $28mm and $30mm.

    After CCUR potentially reports blow out earnings this month, they will make their next HUGE dividend payment in early September. CCUR currently pays an enormous dividend yield of 5.95%, the highest in its industry. CCUR's top two rivals SEAC and HLIT don't pay any dividends and have much lower gross and operating profit margins, yet SEAC and HLIT currently have an average enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.50, which values CCUR at $13.39 per share - and an average enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45, which values CCUR at $13.08 per share.

    After CCUR's August 27th 10-K filing, an enterprise value/free cash flow ratio of 16.45 will likely value CCUR between $16 and $17 per share!

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