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Bruxelles Lambert Stock

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Groep Brussel Lambert (GBLB.BR) is a Belgian investment holding company with a market capitalization of €10.88 billion as of August 11, 2023. Founded in 1982 by Albert Frère, it operates as a diversified investment firm, focusing on various sectors including energy, industrial, and financial services.

The company's investment portfolio includes holdings in prominent global companies, often with a long-term strategic approach. Its investments span industries such as TotalEnergies, Imerys, and Pernod Ricard, among others.

While the company itself went public on the Euronext Brussels stock exchange, its primary focus is on investing in established businesses to create value and drive growth. GBL's investment philosophy and strategic choices have established it as a key player in the Belgian and international investment landscape.

Over the past five years, Groep Brussel Lambert had several ups and downs in its share price history. The lowest stock price reached was €54.80 in March 2020, whereas the highest stock price reached was €105.05 in November 2021.

When it comes to trading strategies for the stock, day trading, swing trading, position trading or scalping trading techniques could all be useful. For example, day traders may focus on taking advantage of intraday volatility by making multiple short-term trades in a day. Swing traders may look to capture the momentum of a trend by holding their position for several days or weeks. Position traders may seek to exploit long-term trends by holding their positions for months or even years. Scalpers may aim to make quick profits by making many trades throughout the day.

Additionally, traders may consider using technical analysis tools and indicators when analysing the stock. They include candlestick patterns, chart patterns, and pivot points, among others.

When it comes to trading GBLB.BR stock, it is important to understand the industry landscape and know the competitors that could potentially affect your trades. Here's a list of its competitors worth considering:

  • Berkshire Hathaway (BRKB.US) is a multinational conglomerate led by Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger. With a diverse portfolio, the company operates in various sectors, including insurance, utilities, manufacturing, and consumer goods. It's known for its long-term investment strategy and ownership of well-known brands like Geico, Dairy Queen, and Coca-Cola.
  • JPMorgan Chase (JPM.US) is a prominent American multinational investment bank and financial services company. As one of the largest banks globally, it provides a range of financial services, including retail banking, investment banking, asset management, and more. Founded in 2000, JPMorgan Chase's history traces back to various predecessors, including J.P. Morgan & Co. and Chase Manhattan Corporation.

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