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With a strategy that's truly yours, I'll show you how the stock market can turn your savings into wealth.

Take action and apply for a free 30 min., strategy session.

"It's not the right timing"  ends today.

I Teach Smart People How To Be

Brilliant With Their Savings

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Do you have a fear of losing money in the stock market?

Or do you hesitate because of a lack of knowledge?

- See how I helped others overcome their fears -

"I was always nervous about getting started, because I lacked knowledge and courage. Martin's coaching programme got that out of the window, and kickstarted my investment journey."


Sumi N.

Senior Vice President


  • Finally put action to her savings, got a stock portfolio up and running and builds wealth for the next decade.

  • Sumi and I worked together on her barriers and when she broke free of them she hit the ground running.


  • From never investing before to a investing plan for the entire year forward.

  • We figured out exactly where Patrik should start and what his personal approach should be to the stock market.

"Martin's way of tackling the investing market for total beginners is priceless.

He broke the complexity into a handful of actionable steps. Now I know what my first week, month and year should look like."


Patrik L.

Content Specialist

"It was really insightful coaching sessions with Martin. I learned a lot about the stock market, and he explained me every step very thoroughly."

Giannis C.

Technical Product Owner



  • Got started with a dedicated portfolio that fits his persona and style of investing.

  • Giannis became comfortable investing on his own in stocks and indexes.


  • It was amazing to see Therese go from sceptical to confident around stocks and how the market works.

  • She's now investing in indexes and puts in money every month to build wealth over time.

"This is the best decision I have made for myself. I didn't know anything about investing. Martin can help no matter if you are an experienced investor or if you, like me, are a brand new investor with no prior knowledge."


Therese A.

Program Administrator

"What I appreciated most about the coaching was how well-structured it was. Each lesson built on the previous one, and by the end of it, I felt like I had a comprehensive understanding of the various investment options and how to evaluate them."


Adrian C.

Frontend Software Engineer


  • With structure and optimization we got Adrians long-term portfolio updated and simplified.

  • He's now comfortable looking into more complex investments and analyze them on his own.

Start small and simple

You don't need a lot of money to get started. Get an overview of your budget and start investing from €400 a month.

  • I'll show you how to prioritize you financials.

  • We'll build your confidence to start simple.

Build your Confidence

The stock market is a jungle but with a personal strategy you will feel confident getting into it.

  • I'll teach you how the stock market works.

  • Once demystified it's easy to get in.

Catapult Yourself

Choose the best investment platform for your needs, and start building your own dedicated portfolio.

  • I'll guide you through the many platform options.

  • Together we craft a portfolio that fit your needs.

W is for Wealth

In parallel with the portfolio we look at how you can optimize and maintain it, to bring you long-term wealth.

  • I'll be your guide and mentor all the way

  • Wealth becomes achievable once the plan is there

  • Fear of losing money is gone.

In conclusion, I guide you towards financial freedom through the stock market with minimal effort.

Guided Investor vs. Common Investor

The common investor returns 4% per year on average.

The guided investor returns 9% on average.

If you start with €10.000 and invest €400 per month

this is your potential over 20 years:


Est. wealth at 9% return: €324.000

Est. wealth at 4% return: €170.000


Live Investment Bootcamp

Be part of a 6-week dedicated cohort.

€1495 incl. VAT

6 live sessions + 6 Q&A's with me.

Get confindent starting in the stock market.

Build your long-term portfolio.

Learn to analyze and find the next megatrends.

Build your strategy and risk profile.

Be part of an investing cohort.

Full 1:1 bonus session with me.

1:1 Master Programme

Unleash your savings potential

Price depending on your needs

Coaching you on your journey towards financial freedom.



Teaching you how to turn your savings into wealth through the stock market.

Personal strategy and approach to the stock market, that fits your persona.

Who is this for?

  • New investors who want their hard-earned money to grow for decades to come.

  • Current investors who want to perfect their strategy and portfolio, so they can earn more with minimal effort.

Money-back guarantee if you're not happy after 30 days of working with me.

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Martin Juul-Olsen, Founder

My mom lost her job and me and my siblings savings during the financial crisis in 2008. This sparked an interest in me for learning about the stock market, and how to be prepared for a similar situation in the future.

That interest turned into a passion, and that passion for investments made me quit my engineering job in 2021.

I now teach smart people how to brilliany with their savings by investing in the stock market with minimal effort.

I cut through the jungle of information, and explain in simple terms how you can build wealth long-term and avoid loosing everything during the next market crash.

I will make you a confident investor, and teach you everything you need to know and do, to unlock your potential and reach financial freedom.

  • What's the best investment for beginners?
    There's no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best investment for beginners depends on their individual goals and risk tolerance. However, many experts recommend starting with low-cost index funds or ETFs.
  • How should a beginner start investing?
    You need to know your purpose of investing. Why are you doing it and for what reasons?. Once considered you can think about your type of investor; actively trading or passively investing, and then think about your strategy and the risk you’re willing to take.
  • How to invest as a beginner?
    Open a brokerage account either with your bank or a preferred solution in your country. You can always google “Brokerage account in [country]” and get a list. To get you started check out: US: Charles Schwab, eTrade and WeBull Australia: eToro and Interactive Brokers. Europe: eToro and Degiro
  • What should I invest $1000 in?
    Consider investing in a low-cost index fund or ETF. The more in doubt of where you want to invest it, the better it is to choose a broad index or ETF that can help you get started.
  • What can I invest in to make money fast?
    High potential returns follow high risk. If you want to make money fast in the stock market, you need to be okay with taking on very high risk and expect that you can also lose your money. A rule of thumb is that the higher risk you’re taking, the more you should know what you’re doing. So if you’re investing in cryptocurrencies or niche growth stocks, you need to know what they’re about, how their business works, what’s behind it etc. Again, the best strategy for making money in the stock market is to be patient about it, and follow it with a diversified strategy. Remember that on average: The common investor makes around ~4% in return per year. The general stock market gives ~9% in return per year. The very best investors make ~15% in return per year. Be very cautious of "get rich quick" schemes and people trying to convince you that you can “make 15% per month”. If anyone could do that, they would be the richest person in the world within a few years.
  • How much money should you invest first?
    You don’t need $10.000 to start, what you need is a monthly amount that makes sense to you whether that is $200 or $2000. Consider how often you can invest your money, if you have lower amounts since a lot of it can then be paid in commission fees. It depends on individual circumstances and goals, but generally starting small and gradually increasing investments over time is a good approach.
  • Can I start investing with little money?
    Yes, many brokerages allow for small initial investments and there are low-cost investment options available. There’s also a growing amount of new brokerage accounts, where you can invest in fractions meaning 0.1 or 0.2 of a share. That way you can get started from $10.
  • What should I invest in right now?
    It's important to do your own research and make informed investment decisions based on your individual circumstances and goals.
  • How to invest $1,000 pounds?
    The steps for investing in the UK are similar to those in the US. Consider opening a brokerage account and investing in low-cost index funds or individual stocks.
  • How much should a beginner invest in stocks?
    This depends on individual circumstances and goals, but generally starting with a small investment and gradually increasing over time is a good approach.
  • How can a beginner invest in stocks with little money?
    Consider investing in low-cost index funds or fractional shares of individual stocks.
  • How often should I check my investments?
    It's important to keep an eye on your investments, but you don't need to check them every day. Many experts recommend checking your investments no more than once a month.
  • Can I invest in McDonald's?
    Yes, McDonald's is a publicly-traded company and can be invested in by buying shares.
  • How much is $500 a month for 20 years?
    This would be a total investment of $120,000 over 20 years. If invested diversified to follow the market, the potential average return of 9% would give you $334.000, although there can never be a guarantee of any returns in the stock market.
  • How much do I need to invest every month?
    This depends on individual circumstances and goals. Consider setting a budget and determining how much you can afford to invest each month. Like explained above, this can be $200 or $2000 depending on your budget.
  • How much will I have if I invest $500 a month?
    If invested diversified to follow the market, the potential average return of 9% would give you $334.000, although there can never be a guarantee of any returns in the stock market. It will always depend on the rate of return on your investments. Use a compound interest calculator to estimate potential returns.
  • What investments should I avoid?
    Generally, it's best to avoid high-risk investments, investments that promise quick returns with little risk and investments that you do not understand.
  • Is Bitcoin a good investment?
    This is a highly debated topic and depends on individual opinions and goals. It's important to do your own research and understand the risks involved.
  • Can you get rich by investing?
    Investing can help build wealth over time, but it's important to have realistic expectations and make informed investment decisions.
  • Can I start investing with a small amount of money?
    Yes, you can start investing with a small amount of money. In fact, it's recommended that beginners start with a small amount that they're comfortable with and gradually increase the amount over time.
  • How much should I invest?
    The amount you should invest depends on your individual financial situation and goals. However, a good rule of thumb is to save and invest at least 10% to 15% of your income each year.
  • What are the 3 best investments?
    There’s no such thing as a “best investment” since no one knows what will be generating a return in the future. Generally the best option you have, is to follow the overall broad market since it’s been giving an average 9% return per year over the last 150 years. You can do this through broad index funds or ETFs. The key is to be diversified, patient and stay in the market for many years.
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