Do the opposite of what Chris says, and you'll be fine.
Case in point:
On August 22, 2019, the price per ADS was at a low of $2.01 USA, a high of $2.12 USA, and closed at $2.05 USA. If one had ignored Chris Lau and bought instead of selling $HIMX
on August 22, 2019, one would be looking at a minimum of an approximate 550% upside.
From the last public article Chris wrote on SA - seekingalpha.com/article/43...
"But now that Himax stock is close to $3.00 again, what should investors expect next? ***The stock is not one of my weekly pick on stocks that may triple:*** it historically chased the future fad only to stumble."
Since that writing, the price per ADS has quadrupled.
Based on his own writing - Chris' track record on achieving a bullseye for the price per ADS on $HIMX
is comparable to that of someone playing darts blindfolded from a pier onto a dartboard mounted on a speedboat sailing off into the distance.
As always, do your own DD...