Invest smart without being an expert

Begin investing without choosing just one single stock. With ETFs, you can invest in a broad array of stocks, which have been gathered for you beforehand, and in that way, spread out your risk.

  • Get started in minutes

  • Easy, manageable and cheap

  • Avoid choosing stocks yourself

Investing made easy

Investing doesn't have to be hard. And not at all if you choose to invest in ETFs in the app.

An ETF (exchange traded funds) is a group of businesses which are put together in an index fund, and are traded on the stock exchange just like regular stocks.

With ETFs, you're investing in a number of businesses in the same index. It could be American stocks, green businesses, or tech. The object is to follow the development in businesses in the same category to get a yield that reflects many businesses and not just single stocks.

Said differently, you get a small bite of all the stocks instead of having to choose one. It's easy and manageable - even if you've never invested before.

Why investing in ETFs is smart

ETFs is for you, who is completely green to investing, but also for you who is a real pro. You don't need to be an expert, have lots of money, or a lot of time.

It's becoming more and more popular to invest in ETFs, and there are several reasons as to why:

  • It's easy to buy and sell ETFs because you can invest whenever the market is open
  • You will spread out your risk quickly, which would take a long time to achieve if you purchased single stocks
  • The costs are lower than e.g. traditional mutual funds

Make your money grow

Many use ETFs as a long-term investment strategy. If you look back on the last couple of years, the stock market has been going up.

That's why it could be an idea to use ETFs as savings, where you invest a bit each month, quarter, or whenever you feel like it, and in that way make your money grow. Of course, it's important to remember that historical performance is not a direct indicator of the future, and that the market can go up and down.

Invest in what interests you

There are a lot of ETFs and they can be difficult to filter through. We have chosen some of the most popular ones and have categorized them in the app, so it's manageable for you to get started. We continuously add new ones.

Do you have the most faith in renewable energy, tech, or IT? Or do you have a specific special interest?
Invest in what makes sense to you.

Get an overview in the app

iShares, S&P500 og MSCI Emerging Markets. Huh? Traditionally, most of ETF's have names, that can make most people dizzy. But we've made it easy for you, and let go of all the 'suit-lingo'.

Instead, we've called our ETF's things that are easy to understand. We've also given them all a short explanation, so it's 100% clear which businesses they cover. You'll get the complete overview in the app, so you can get started in minutes.

Low prices and no hidden fees

When you invest in ETFs, the costs are lower than with traditional mutual funds. In the Lunar app, you can easily get the overview of the price on each ETF. You get full transparency and we have no minimum amount on how much you can trade with.

It costs 19 kr. to buy and sell when you invest for under 50.000 kr. Since an ETF is a fund you pay an annual percentage rate (APR), as an administration fee. It's percentages of the amounts you've invested with. The cheapest one costs 0.03% annually. This means that if you invested 10.000 kr. in the cheapest fund, you pay 30 kr. in ARP.

It's this easy to get started with Invest

  • 1

    Sign up to Lunar for free

    Download Lunar for free and sign up for Invest in the app. You can use us with your current bank without problems.

  • 2

    Find your ETFs

    Get the overview of ETFs easily in the app, and choose the one(s) that fit you best.

  • 3

    Make your first trade

    Invest in your ETF with a single swipe



When you invest with Invest, you do it through Saxo Bank.

There is always a risk when you invest money. The value of your investment can both rise and fall and in some cases you may lose the entire amount you have invested. We provide factual information about movements in the stock market, but previous developments in the stock market are not always an indication of future developments.

We don't advise on investments and we don’t make recommendations for either buying or selling shares. Information provided by Lunar is not advice on where or how to invest your money, and all decisions are up to you alone.