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More top-performing CAPS members count themselves as bullish on Universal Display (NASDAQ:PANL) these days. After holding a four-star rank for most of the past year, the company now boasts a coveted five-star rating in CAPS. A total of 745 members have given their opinion on the organic LED maker, with many offering analysis and commentary to explain the recent optimism.

While retailers such as Wal-Mart (NYSE:WMT), Target (NYSE:TGT), and Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN), and glass-screen maker Corning (NYSE:GLW), are all cashing in on current growth in LCD TV sales, many CAPS members are banking on the future prospects of the next-generation OLED market to drive profits for Universal Display. The company's financials reflect the infancy of the current OLED market, but some predict this will change drastically in the next five years, as the energy-efficient technology makes its way into everything from TVs to cell phones to monitors -- and even light bulbs.

The company already enjoys significant traction, since several of Universal Display's licensees now have OLED products on store shelves. Samsung's Impression cell phone is available through AT&T (NYSE:T), and Sony has an OLED TV and Walkman on sale. Universal Display also continues to make progress on new technology like a flexible OLED display manufactured on film, courtesy of a joint venture between DuPont (NYSE:DD) and Teijin. The technology even got a nod from the U.S. Air Force, which recently awarded Universal Display a Phase 2 contract to develop a flexible OLED display for pilots, in concert with L-3 Communications and LG Display.

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Fool contributor Dave Mock recently upgraded his sneakers with flashing OLEDs. He owns no shares of companies mentioned here Universal Display is a Rule Breakers recommendation. Amazon.com is a Stock Advisor selection. Wal-Mart is an Inside Value pick. The Fool's disclosure policy is green-certified.