I cannot see additional shares added on the filings... Also, the filing is in "shares" not ADR's. However, the last filing was in May 2013... This looks to be an updated filing, Confirms Wu and his entities own or control ~35M adr's (71M shares) or 20% of the company.
g8... Read jebs post then mine... I was saying no way that is going to happen.... the 4 quarters cited were IF, as jeb questioned, the eps could double each quarter for the next several quarters,
Agree... That was the 2012 Dividend when 100% was paid out for 2011's earnings (~.06). Key here -is it was immediately before HIMX reached Wu's stated "inflection point" in Q3 2012.
Must be a trick question....
Why do I say that?
Q1 2016 .055 (low range of guidance)
Q2 2016 .11
Q3 2016 .22
Q4 2016 .44
Totals .825 eps for 2016... At that rate 2017 would be $1.76/share flat lining from Q4
More realistically, 2016 should be in the .30-.40 range for eps. Depends on the ramp up. 2017 cannot hazard a guess.
The below takes into account only maximizing current capacity of the LCoS product and additional WLO and other sensors as used in hololens. The only production limitation we know of is for LCoS. ~2M units annually. (Until a new facility comes online.)
The other new offerings we know of no production limitations. Cannot possibly estimate their margins or volumes although Wu says they are there.
From a Jan 16 post (there is no inclusion of any additional new items):
"How about the potential eps impact. Assuming a low 25% and as you say steadily increasing quarterly eps. For assumption sake The figures below can be taken as ramped so in 12 months that is the EPS contribution.
Hololens Other Total
Units 1,000 1,000 2,000
Content $135 $35
Revenue $135,000 $35,000 $170,000
GP $ $33,750 $8,750 $42,500
Shares outstanding 171,000 171,000
EPS $0.20 $0.05 $0.25
That's forward eps growth of .25/year. Keep in mind that is a conservative GP% and assumes the additional facility is not in production, capacity is still 2M/year."
2015 eps (baseline) added to the maximum calc's above is ~.40. Since we know 2016 will more than likely not sell out...It is fair to assume "other" new product growth for 2016 is included in the $.40/share estimate
Pag, He is like Jeb... does it simply for the response... best to leave the trash by the curb and quit dragging it back in...