Update: Note that J.P. Morgan analyst Christopher Danely downgraded Intersil today to Underweight from Neutral, “due to the continued weakness in the PC end market and Intersil’s share loss in the PC end market combined with the company’s lack of earnings and high payout ratio threatening its dividend.” He contends that Intersil shares “should be accorded a lower multiple, in line with companies that have low profitability.” He adds that there is a chance Intersil will cut its dividend given the increasing payout ratio. Intersil shares have a current yield of 5.9%.
It doesn't matter what the bid was at in afterhours trading if no one is trading at that price. What matters are the prices at which shares actually traded. Of the 16,249 shares traded in ISIL stock afterhours, about half were at $8.3878 which was higher than the close. The afterhour's low was $8.3183 and only 770 shares traded at that price.