I think what you need to do is go write a Seeking Alpha article. Deal more with the underlying business but link in the increasing analyst earnings projections and the information Himax is presenting to investors (at their website).
But, perhaps the best catalyst, until we get 1Q 2013 earnings and then the June announcement of the July dividend, would be another Seeking Alpha article.
Finally, do repeat the bit about Bank of America raising their price target on HIMX to $8 which is a 29% gain from here................before the expected $0.15 to $0.20/share July 2013 dividend.
I am only halfway kidding here. HIMX has done very well and it is all due to wider exposure. Part of this was their own Investor's Conferences in Feb & March 2013 and then the Seeking Alpha articles. But, when I started buying in July and Nov 2012, HIMX averaged only 200,000 shares per day (at
Don't get too greedy. The stock is up over 250% in a year already. If you bought in at the 3's or lower, there's nothing wrong with locking some in profits even if it is a small percentage of your shares.
I was just having a little fun with my post; I'm a bit amused by many of the new HIMX investors. I first bough Himx five years ago and each year since I have added to my position. My cost basis is a little over $2. I'm now unloading them and have sold about half in the last few days.