Investor FAQs

 

Second Sight's common stock and warrants both trade on the Nasdaq Capital Market.

The ticker for the common stock is EYES and the ticker for the warrants is EYESW.

The CUSIP for the common stock is 81362J100 and the CUSIP for the warrants is 81362J118.

Second Sight's common stock began trading on the Nasdaq Capital Market on November 19, 2014, the date of the Company's IPO.

Second Sight's warrants began trading on the Nasdaq Capital Market on March 29, 2017.

 

Each warrant entitles the holder to purchase one share of common stock for $1.47 in cash. To exercise your warrants, contact our transfer agent VStock Transfer at 212-828-8436. The warrants expire on March 14, 2022. As the warrants trade on the Nasdaq Capital Market, you may also elect to sell your warrants at any time.

At the Company’s discretion, we may call the warrants for redemption on 30 days’ notice (i) 24 months after the date of issuance, (ii) if the shares of our common stock are trading at $2.94, or higher, for 15 consecutive trading days and (iii) if all of the independent directors vote in favor of redeeming the warrants. Holders may sell or exercise their warrants prior to any announced redemption date and we will redeem outstanding warrants not exercised by the announced redemption date for a nominal amount of $0.01 per warrant.

Second Sight’s fiscal year end is December 31st.

Second Sight's SEC filings can be found on the SEC website or on our SEC Filings Page.

Second Sight's common stock and publicly traded warrants may be purchased from the registered broker or stock purchase service provider of your choice.  Shares and warrants may not be purchased directly from Second Sight.

No, at this time Second Sight does not pay a cash dividend.

Please refer to the proxy statement that we will publish for information regarding the time and location of our Annual Meeting of Shareholders.

Please visit Second Sight’s Events webpage for information about upcoming and past financial results conference calls and other presentations.

A transfer agent is a regulated organization that keeps track of stockholder records and information. Second Sight’s transfer agent for both its common stock and its publicly-traded warrants is VStock Transfer, LLC.  Shareholders may contact them directly at:

VStock Transfer, LLC
18 Layfayette Place
Woodmere, NY 11598
(p) 212-828-8436

For questions about Second Sight warrants that are not publicly traded, you should contact the Company directly.

 

Yes, you may opt in to receive various alerts on the Email Alerts subscription page of our investor relations website.

Second Sight’s headquarters are located at:
12744 San Fernando Road, Suite 400
Sylmar, CA USA 913425
Telephone: (818) 833-5000

To request information, please complete and submit the form below, or contact investor relations at ir@secondsight.com.

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