This is a two edge knife, since the revenue is reported in US dollars, which mean lower revenue when NT$ go down when you report in US$. It is beneficial when you look at number using NT$.
Some IT heavy weight in Taiwan said it in the CC that Wearable devises will see significant volume this year, so I expect either Q3 or Q4.
What is the implications here? I did not see any connection with HIMX.
Agree, but it is common practice for companies in Taiwan to get around the tax issue. Beside, a growth company can get capital cheaply and the growth should keep eps constant or increase eps if they are confident enough to do so. It should be a good sign if they do that.
I know I came from Taiwan, They could convert the dividend into stocks and distribute the stock to share holders. This has been done by many companies that issue ADRs from Taiwan.
your number do not added up. 40,000 thousand share is 40,000,000 shares. Lets see, 6.30*40,000,000=252,000,000 that is cool 0.25 billion !! lol
yes, If the price at June 19 is $6.50, then you are obligated to buy 1,000 share at $7, but you already received $1,000, therefore, your true cost will be $6,000. You still $500 ahead. If the price at the date is $6 or lower, then you lost whatever the difference between $6 and the stock price at the expiration of contract.
ujordz4: It meant you sell HIMX put order, saying you want to buy HIMX at $7.00 on June 19. it is at $1.00 now. If you sell 10 contracts, which is 1,000 share. someone will pay you $1,000 now in exchange of the right to sell you HIMX at $7.00 on June 19. At the date if HIMX is higher than $7.00, option expired worthless, you keep $1,000. If HIMX is less than $7.00 then you have to buy the stock at $7.00.