6. Continucare (CNU) provides outpatient primary-care physician services through 18 facilities. Its fiscal first-quarter net income increased 9.1% to $5.8 million, but earnings per share remained steady at 9 cents due to a larger float. Revenue inched up 3.9%. The operating margin widened from 11% to 12%. Continucare holds $34 million of cash, equal to a lofty quick ratio of 4.7, and no debt. Its stock trades at a trailing earnings multiple of 12, a forward earnings multiple of 9.6 and a book value multiple of 1.8, 23%, 32% and 36% discounts to peer averages.
Expected Return: The model values Continucare at $5.68, implying a one-year gain of 37%.