From Copenhagen working-class boy to daytrader and impact star

At the age of 30, Pelle Pedersen had reached the peak of sustainable investments in the Danish pension fund environment. However, fear and impatience made him leave his safe job.

He is standing in front of the blackboard in the lecture hall. He has an aura of confidence, or is it arrogance, the difference is blurry for the audience looking at the scene. He is drawing his own silhouette on the blackboard in chalk and finishes by drawing two arrows around the silhouette. He is now facing the audience and stands in the oversized drawing of himself and exclaims:

"Boys and girls, this is where you want to be. This is how you become a star," he says to the audience consisting of pre-university student attending an open meeting at Copenhagen University's law studies.

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