+ Watch HIMX
on My Watchlist
The Company designs, develops and markets semiconductors that are critical components of flat panel displays.
You want to own this
if they are the makers of Hololens... they will rock
Needed technology for future companies projects.
It has become a value stock again that will be a growth stock the years to come.
This is a no brainer.Thank you for the 2-day pull back.I doubled my position.
As soon as they launch Google Glass this stock will double.
With tablets, Google Glass and smart tvs taking place of the internet of things this stock looks to be well positioned for the future$HIMX has ultra HD 4K resolution technology, with thermal tech. and pays a dividend to wait, with over a $100+ milion in cashThey've made shipments for prototypes and expect sales of micro-displays to accelerate. important component to their long term growthtop tier customers include sharp, sony, foxconn, google, htc, microsoft, panasonic, samsung, LG, nikon, epson etc. and more to come. Its well positioned for the internet of things and wearables boom.On July 22 2013, it was announced that Google will take a 6.3% stake in Himax Display, a subsidiary of the company which focuses on liquid crystal on silicon chips being used with Google Glass.Himax Display is the world’s only LCOS microdisplay provider that offers both color-filter LCOS (CF-LCOS) and color-sequential LCOS (CS-LCOS) products. Our proprietary color-filter LCOS enables simpler projection architecture with a white LED, while the color-sequential LCOS offers better colors with Red/Green/Blue Light Emitting Diode (LED) or Laser Diode (LD). We designed these two types of microdisplays in a way that most of their optical components can be shared. With the solid shipment record and leverage of optical components, we are building up a broad supply chain of a variety of LCOS projector modules for various applications.Analysts are expecting higher than 15 and raising forward guidance to $20+ and they look to be innovating and improving their products in the long term.
google glass will be great
It's my understanding that they "hooked up" with Google Glass. This should be a good seller.
I am in on this bad boy. Looking to triple. They are thinking and innovating.
Despite today's Fed Hangover, I think they still have a very bright future being involved with Google and Microsoft's pursuit of the upcoming age of 'wearable technology.'I have a thread using David's 25 question breakdown of company's to evaluate their risk and would love other Fools' input:http://boards.fool.com/himax-risk-assessment-30945191.aspxI have all but four questions answered (though please fact check me!) and it's looking like a pretty solid future!
getting great exposure working with google- who knows google may buy the company.
china tech play
low price good value for money
Trends are looking shaky, and share price seems a little underweight. Expecting a short term pull back. If Google glass sales, along with other rumored deals, are true for this company, then this could send me under for the coming quarter. I'm seeing a steady decline in share price before the next quarter due to profit-taking investors who prefer to stay away from quarters. The stock has had a nice run; we'll see what happens.
HIMX holds a patent on and is rumored to be a provider of "glass" for Googles new glasses. It has doubled over the past month and is expected to double again over the next year.
I am long HIMX with a position at 3.95. Microdisplays like Google Glass are the future.
Blowing up because of its partnership with Google
The dividend will buy this stock in 7 years if you reinvest, plus this is a well positioned tech company.
BATS data provided in real-time. NYSE, NASDAQ and NYSEMKT data delayed 15 minutes.
Real-Time prices provided by BATS. Market data provided by Interactive Data.
Company fundamental data provided by Morningstar. Earnings Estimates, Analyst Ratings and Key Statistics provided by Zacks.
SEC Filings and Insider Transactions provided by Edgar Online.
Powered and implemented by Interactive Data Managed Solutions. Terms & Conditions