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Tellza (OTC:PHOEF) is an under-followed Canadian microcap, which trades in Canada with much more volume under the ticker TEL. The company has seen year-over-year revenue growth of almost 60% through the first 9 months of 2013, with likely more to come thanks to what appears to be a competitive advantage. Despite this, the company trades at a single-digit P/E, with no debt and a rising cash balance.

The Business

Tellza operates a telecommunications network that handles long-distance phone calls for its service provider customers. The...

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