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GuruFocus Financial Strength Rank measures how strong a companys financial situation is. It is based on these factors
1. The debt burden that the company has as measured by its Interest coverage (current year).
2. Debt to revenue ratio. The lower, the better
3. Altman Z-score.
A company ranks high with financial strength is likely to withstand any business slowdowns and recessions.
1. Operating Margin
2. Trend of the Operating Margin (5-year average). The company with an uptrend profit margin has a higher rank.
3. Consistency of the profitability
4. Piotroski F-Score
5. Predictability Rank
|Jim Simons 154,400 sh (+2.18%)||Chuck Royce 363,800 sh (unchged)||Joel Greenblatt 95,041 sh (-36.09%)|
|Mario Gabelli 21,500 sh (New)|
Jim Simons 319,100 sh (+106.67%)
|Joel Greenblatt 84,145 sh (-11.46%)|
Chuck Royce 186,900 sh (-48.63%)
(List those with share number changes of more than 20%, or impact to portfolio more than 0.1%)
|Guru||Date||Trades||Impact to Portfolio||Price Range * (?)||Current Price||Change from Average||Current Shares|
|Joel Greenblatt||2013-12-31||Sold Out||0.04%||$13.93 - $14.13||$ 14.1||0%||0|
|Mario Gabelli||2013-12-31||Sold Out||$13.93 - $14.13||$ 14.1||0%||0|
|Mario Gabelli||2013-09-30||New Buy||$13.16 - $14.75||$ 14.1||0%||21500|
|Joel Greenblatt||2013-06-30||Reduce -36.09%||0.03%||$11.59 - $13.2||$ 14.1||13%||95041|
|Joel Greenblatt||2013-03-31||Reduce -20.02%||0.02%||$11.3 - $12.71||$ 14.1||16%||148720|
|Joel Greenblatt||2012-12-31||Add 23.39%||0.02%||$10.19 - $11.97||$ 14.1||26%||185948|
|Joel Greenblatt||2012-09-30||Add 27.24%||0.02%||$9.78 - $12.13||$ 14.1||30%||150698|
|Joel Greenblatt||2012-06-30||Add 115%||0.05%||$9.56 - $14.7||$ 14.1||18%||118438|
|Joel Greenblatt||2012-03-31||Add 89.68%||0.03%||$13.81 - $15.83||$ 14.1||3%||55088|
|Joel Greenblatt||2011-12-31||New Buy||0.05%||$11.95 - $14.21||$ 14.1||6%||29043|
|Industry:||Communication Equipment » Communication Equipment|
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|Traded in other countries:||GB3.Germany,|
|Globecomm Systems Inc., was incorporated in Delaware in August 1994. The Company provides end-to-end, value-added satellite-based communications solutions. The Company provides its communication solutions through two business segments; services and infrastructure. Its services segment is supported primarily by GNSC, GSM, Cachendo, Melat, Mach 6, Telaurus, C2C, Evocomm and ComSource. These companies focus mainly on providing communication services including Managed Network Services, Professional Services and Lifecycle Support Services. Its infrastructure segment, through Globecomm Systems Inc., is engaged in the design, assembly and installation of ground segment systems and networks, which includes both its pre-engineered products and its custom systems design and integration product lines. Its global network is comprised of three teleport or data center facilities; its Kenneth A. Miller International Teleport, located in Hauppauge, New York, its GSM facility located in Laurel, Maryland and its C2C facility located in the Netherlands. These facilities are interconnected via terrestrial transmission and are used to transport signals to serve customers in Latin America, the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Its facilities are designed to meet stringent requirements for high-speed data communications and leverage redundant critical systems and uninterruptible power supplies with back-up power generation to ensure high reliability and availability. Its infrastructure solutions consist of the design, engineering and installation of ground segment systems and networks, which are deployed in communications and media delivery networks for the government, media, wireless and enterprise verticals. It combine its expert engineering and design capabilities with state-of-the-art technologies and products to provide solutions for building and maintaining satellite earth stations, uplink centers, media broadcast centers and IP communication networks. In the case of complexIP-based networks, its infrastructure solutions support a range of network applications and facilitate "quadruple play" services, comprised of video, data, voice and wireless communications. Its competitors in the infrastructure solutions market fall into two groups: system integrators such as Thales, Data Path and SED Systems and equipment manufacturers who also provide integrated systems, such as General Dynamics, SATCOM Technologies, ViaSat Inc., Alcatel and ND Satcom AG. The Company is subject to various federal laws and regulations.|
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|Globecomm Systems Inc. (GCOM) CEO David E Hershberg sells 42,766 Shares Feb 23 2011|
|Globecomm Systems Inc. Reports Operating Results (10-Q) Feb 09 2011|
|Globecomm Systems Inc. (GCOM) Sr.VP, CFO and Treasurer Andrew C Melfi sells 7,036 Shares Dec 29 2010|
|Globecomm Systems Inc. (GCOM) Sr.VP, CFO and Treasurer Andrew C Melfi sells 7,758 Shares Dec 23 2010|
|Globecomm Systems Inc. (GCOM) CEO David E Hershberg sells 60,000 Shares Jun 07 2010|
|Globecomm Systems Inc. (GCOM) Sr.VP, CFO and Treasurer Andrew C Melfi sells 1,750 Shares May 13 2010|
|Globecomm Systems Inc. (GCOM) Sr.VP, CFO and Treasurer Andrew C Melfi sells 13,500 Shares Mar 10 2010|
|Globecomm Systems Inc. Reports Operating Results (10-Q) Feb 09 2010|