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GuruFocus Financial Strength Rank measures how strong a companys financial situation is. It is based on these factors
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1. Operating Margin
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3. Consistency of the profitability
4. Piotroski F-Score
5. Predictability Rank
|Chuck Royce 484,934 sh (+6%)|
Joel Greenblatt 25,300 sh (+1.01%)
|Jean-Marie Eveillard Sold Out|
Jim Simons 10,300 sh (-21.37%)
|Mario Gabelli 15,516 sh (New)|
Joel Greenblatt 32,035 sh (+26.62%)
|Chuck Royce 444,603 sh (-8.32%)|
Jim Simons 7,200 sh (-30.1%)
|Jim Simons 94,400 sh (+1211.11%)||Mario Gabelli Sold Out|
Joel Greenblatt Sold Out
Chuck Royce Sold Out
|Guru||Date||Trades||Impact to Portfolio||Price Range * (?)||Current Price||Change from Average||Current Shares|
|Joel Greenblatt||2013-09-30||Sold Out||0.04%||$35.32 - $41.29||$ 39.95||5%||0|
|Mario Gabelli||2013-09-30||Sold Out||$35.32 - $41.29||$ 39.95||5%||0|
|Joel Greenblatt||2013-06-30||Add 26.62%||0.01%||$23.92 - $30.43||$ 39.95||52%||32035|
|Mario Gabelli||2013-06-30||New Buy||$23.92 - $30.43||$ 39.95||52%||15516|
|Jean-Marie Eveillard||2013-03-31||Sold Out||0.0036%||$21.15 - $24.02||$ 39.95||78%||0|
|Joel Greenblatt||2012-09-30||Add 37.3%||0.01%||$23.06 - $25.97||$ 39.95||62%||22625|
|Jean-Marie Eveillard||2012-09-30||New Buy||$23.06 - $25.97||$ 39.95||62%||43288|
|Joel Greenblatt||2012-03-31||New Buy||0.03%||$24.61 - $26.19||$ 39.95||68%||15631|
|Mario Gabelli||2011-03-31||Sold Out||$19 - $22.31||$ 39.95||95%||0|
LVB' s 10-Year EV-to-EBIT Range
Min: 0 Max: 0
|Industry:||Travel & Leisure » Leisure|
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|Steinway Musical Instruments, Inc. is a Delaware corporation incorporated in 1993. The Company designs, manufactures and distributes musical instruments. The Family of Steinway-Designed Pianos is an offering pianos at three distinct price points to suit every buyer looking to purchase a quality piano. The family is comprised of its three brands: Steinway & Sons, Boston and Essex. The Company also offers Steinway & Sons upright pianos as well as two mid-priced lines of pianos under the Boston and Essex brand names. The Company offers two premium-priced product lines under the Steinway & Sons brand: grand pianos and upright pianos. The Company offers seven sizes of the grand piano ranging from the 5'1' baby grand to the largest 9' concert grand. The Company's upright pianos offer dealers a complete line of pianos to satisfy the needs of institutions and other customers who are constrained by space limitations. The Company also provides services such as repair, replacement part sales, tuning and regulation of pianos and restoration. Restoration services include repairs of minor damage to complete restorations of vintage pianos. The Family of Steinway-Designed Pianos increases the Company's business with its dealers, making it their primary supplier in many instances. The Company manufactures piccolos, flutes, clarinets, oboes, bassoons, trumpets, French horns, tubas, and trombones in its manufacturing facilities in Indiana and Ohio. The Company sells student level instruments in three distinct product groupings: 'good' entry-level imported instruments, 'better' mid-priced instruments, which are either imported or manufactured by it, and 'best' instruments, which are manufactured by the company. In addition, the Company also manufactures intermediate and professional level woodwind and brass instruments. The Company sells its woodwind and brass products under the names Bach, Selmer, Selmer Paris, C.G. Conn, Leblanc, King, Armstrong, Holton, Yanagisawa, Vito, Emerson, Avanti, Noblet, Artley and Benge. The Company manufactures sources and distributes acoustical and tuned percussion instruments, including outfit drums, marching drums, concert drums, marimbas, xylophones, vibraphones, orchestra bells and chimes. The Company manufactures percussion products in North Carolina and Illinois under the Ludwig and Musser names. The Company manufactures mouthpieces and distributes accessories such as music stands, batons, mallets, straps, mutes, reeds, pads, chin rests, strings, bows, cases and instrument care products. The Company sells piano's to individuals, both professional artists and amateur pianists. The Company's mid-priced pianos compete with brands such as Schimmel, Kawai, Yamaha, Young Chang and Pearl River.|
|Steinway Musical Instruments Inc. Ordina Reports Operating Results (10-K) Mar 15 2011|
|Two sources of downside protection Apr 05 2010|
|Paul Sonkin on Finding Micro-Cap Value: Steinway Musical Instruments Inc., Fortress International Gr Dec 19 2009|
|My interview with Paul Sonkin of Hummingbird Value Aug 10 2009|
|Steinway Musical Instruments Inc. Ordina Reports Operating Results (10-Q) Aug 07 2009|