WinSnow91my opinion is tat when they push down mother, then son will be valueless. we know tat the exercise price is 2.18. As for now, mother is 2.14. so the ppl will not convert son to mother. Tis can prevent them from diluting the earning per shares.
anyway, correct me if i wrong
jgohgo and check out US semicon company report..then u know...
WinSnow91but they may just wan to collect son at much lower price, then they push up mother. Imagine if mother become 2.21, n their collected son is 0.01. then their cost is just 0.01 + 2.18(converted price) = 2.19
honestly speaking, we dont knw wat they r planning to do
林俊松WinSnow91, is correct. If Unisem is short of money, they will allow mother price rises & let investors convert their warrants to generate cash. If Unisem had enough cash, it would better let warrant expired without any conversion as future earning won't get diluted (eps would be higher). Do not gamble with the warrant as expired date is near. Unisem might rises again after warrant expired.