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Who is Kyle Matthew of K Capital Advisors?

Kyle Matthew Fisher was born and raised in Philadelphia with a passion for investing since his high school days. Coming from a middle-class family, it started simply as a drive to be successful, and that drive quickly turned into an obsession. He began reading up on anything he could find concerning short-term trading: technical and fundamental analysis, the art of reading charts, and various swing trading strategies.

Matt Thomas: How do you feel your service compares to others in the industry? What do you believe sets you apart?

As an undergraduate, this led him to work a derivatives co-op on Wall Street. This experience showed him the intense reality of the money that could be made in the market from both the buy and sell sides. Upon completion of his undergrad, Kyle worked for a Fortune 100 company while pursuing his MBA. This avenue taught him what it was like to run a business on a massive level.

While consistently practicing and honing his own personal trading strategies this entire time, he finally decided to start his own stock trading newsletter, and K Capital Advisors was born. He believes he’s one of the few people running such a service with an actual background in Finance, and that’s what puts him head and shoulders above the rest.

February 2017 Update: K Capital Terminated Service

Q&A with Kyle Matthew, CEO and Founder of K Capital Advisors:

Matt Thomas: What led you to start K Capital Advisors? How do you feel your background qualified you for a swing trading newsletter?

Kyle Matthew: I have a traditional finance background. I’ve worked in large corporate finance roles, on Wall St. and in private equity. I have an MBA in Finance and passed level 1 of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) recently. I follow industry standards as opposed to marketing hype that you see a lot of services pitch.

Matt Thomas: Why swing trading as opposed to other options like day trading or long term trading?

Kyle Matthew: Swing trading is the perfect balance of both fundamental and technical analysis, in my opinion. The time frame was the original motivation as it allowed me to be in school or work and still be active. From there, I found my system fit that style the best.

Matt Thomas: Is there a chat room offered at K Capital Advisors?

Kyle Matthew: No. Our focus is on swing trading and we pride the service on it allowing members to step away from the computer without being glued to a screen all day and still beat the market. Our members love that aspect of the service.

Matt Thomas: For new traders just starting out with your service, how do you recommend they utilize your service for the first few months?

Kyle Matthew: Paper trade. Paper trade. Paper trade. I can’t echo that enough. It’s a tough world out there and being patient to learn and grow is key. You don’t run before you walk, and you don’t walk before you crawl.

Matt Thomas: Why do you think your swing trading strategy works and do you think it will ever not be an effective way to trade?

Kyle Matthew: There are five key strategies that we follow. Of those, three are long and two are short which gives us great flexibility in any market condition.

Matt Thomas: What are some of the most common complaints you hear from clients? Have you made any changes to your service to appease them or are these issues out of your control?

Kyle Matthew: The layout of the website was a pretty large complaint at first. I ended up revamping the site and starting from scratch to make what the site is now. People love it.

Matt Thomas: How do you feel your service compares to others in the industry? What do you believe sets you apart?

Kyle Matthew: Frankly, I think we’re one of the best services out there. My background in finance coupled with the traditional education and industry experience is helping people learn the correct way without the hype and cheesy marketing. We don’t boast about pie in the sky riches because that isn’t how the real market works. It takes hard work and discipline to learn and grow in trading. What sets us apart is the way we teach, our openness and access we give people and our track record. We’re one of very few who show EVERY alert from our history. In our opinion, if you’re hiding trades then you’re not being honest about your system.

Matt Thomas: What is your most popular service offering/package at K Capital Advisors?

Kyle Matthew: The Guru package is the most popular service. It offers the most exposure to our team and gives the user the best services.


Kyle Matthew is a straight shooter and his service, K Capital Advisors, is rooted in transparency. Every single trade since inception is shared, including both the good ones and the bad ones. When it comes to building a client base, he’s not interested in any sales gimmicks like many other services out there. He’s open, honest, and available to both current and potential clients. Most importantly, he has a defined strategy with a winning track record, and his background in Finance breeds reliability and trust. It’s clear that K Capital Advisors has all the makings of a stock education and alert service on the rise.

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Please leave any questions or comments concerning Kyle Matthew and K Capital Advisors below.

Written by Matt Thomas

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  • Megan says:

    Hey Matt, I can see that you are someone who truly loves what you do and is very dedicated. My question is, is there a specific demographic that this service appeals to more or can literally anyone regardless of background and education benefit with a clear understanding of what’s going on?

    • Matt Thomas says:

      Hi Megan. I do certainly love trading and reviewing various stock trading services available on Wall Street – there’s no doubt about that. And as far as K Capital Stock Alerts goes, there are definitely individuals with certain backgrounds for which trading and investing appeals to more. But regardless of that, I think it can be a great resource for anyone, even individuals with no prior trading experience, to get involved with.

      Back when I first reviewed K Capital about a year ago, the video lessons were a weak aspect of the service, but Kyle Fisher has recently made a point of producing higher quality, concise lessons focused on various trading concepts and his approach. It’s an extremely transparent service that even absolute beginners can benefit from. Between the market commentary, watch lists, video lessons, and real-time alerts, there’s a lot to learn from. If you don’t understand a particular concept or term, never hesitate to ask Kyle about it. Even a site like Investopedia can be used to your advantage – it’s a great resource to supplement the education you’re receiving from a platform like K Capital.

  • KeldynFrancis says:

    Hi Matt, I have been swing trading for a while on the currency market so coming across your website is really interesting. I started off paper trading originally and then invested with a small amount which I lost. For me that was one of the biggest lessons in life. Trading in a real market you certainly find your personal strengths and weaknesses. I would tell anybody to stick to a single system. Do you swing trade on the forex?

    • Matt Thomas says:

      Hi Keldyn. I don’t personally trade Forex – only stocks, but I think you make a great point when you say to stick to a single system. It’s oftentimes best to be great at one thing as opposed to average at many things. Many traders consider this approach of “specializing” to be the best method of profiting in the market. It only takes one approach that works consistently to build your account. This is a major reason why I think newsletters like K Capital Stock Alerts, Jason Bond Picks, Top Stock Picks, Penny Pro, etc. carry a ton of value – they help traders focus on a particular strategy and perfect it, as opposed to blindly bouncing around the market on their own trying to find their niche.

  • DELJAR says:

    I don’t know much about trading but what I know is that it is one of the best income opportunity out there if you know how the stock market works. All I know is that you need to be constantly on your computer in order to monitor the stock market. This is the first time I heard about the paper trade. How does this work? It would be helpful if you could provide us with a brief information about how this works. Thank you!

    • Matt Thomas says:

      Hi Deljar – great question. Paper trading is the process of using a demo account (or even simply writing down your trades) in order to gain experience, practice, and prove the effectiveness of a particular strategy. It provides you with the advantageous opportunity to trade “paper” money instead of real money, which eliminates the risk of taking a major hit to your portfolio while you learn how to trade.

      One of the most popular paper trading platforms is TD AMeritrade’s paperMoney. In my experience, the biggest mistake new traders make is jumping into the action too early because they think they’re missing out on profitable trades, but in the long run you’ll be happier if you choose to educate yourself first (and avoid costly mistakes) instead of learning expensive lessons. Take care!

  • Carolyn says:

    I’m new to the trading world. I’m familiar with day to day trading and long term trading concepts. I’m not sure I understand what swing trading means. In what is it different and how does it work? Also, what is paper trade? I’m sorry if these are beginners questions like I said this is all very abstract to me.

    • Matt Thomas says:

      Hi Carolyn. Swing trading is a short-term, momentum-based strategy that involves hold times of roughly 1-10 days. Day trading is an approach that involves intraday ideas that can include hold times of a few hours, minutes, or sometimes even seconds. Swing trading aims to capture trends, which can be up or down, within a bit longer of a timeframe than day trading, but not quite as long as a long-term strategy. It’s sort of the middle ground between traders that don’t necessarily have time to monitor their open positions all day, but also want to be “active” with their portfolios. Learn more about swing trading here.

      Paper trading is essentially a “practice” brokerage account that allows you to implement strategies using fake money – there’s no risk. This can be an actual demo account, such as TD Ameritrade’s paperMoney, or can simply be an excel spreadsheet where you keep track of the buys and sells you’d make. Many beginners jump into the markets before they’re ready and end up taking unnecessary hits to their portfolios because of it. Paper trading can help those individuals gain the valuable experience they need to become consistently successful.

  • Rhys says:

    Hi Matt, I most certainly like the Q&A approach. Couple Questions. If there’s no chat room, how do members communicate questions? And, how does this differ from other options/forex trading schemes? Thanks, Rhys.

    • Matt Thomas says:

      Hi Rhys. Great questions. There are pros and cons to not having a chat room. Many other stock trading services offer chat rooms, which makes people feel obligated to be there, and ultimately, this can take up a lot of their time. Kyle prides his service on his members being able to benefit from trading part-time, and not having to stare at their computers all day. He also offers live monthly trading lessons where members have the opportunity to interact and chat. A private forum is currently in the works on K Capital’s website to allow for traders to share thoughts, questions, and ideas as well.

      K Capital Advisors is strictly a stock trading alert service – no options/forex. It’s a swing trading newsletter that provides watch lists, video lessons, market commentary, and alerts. This type of service narrows down the market to only the highest potential opportunities, offers educational materials and insights, and can potentially provide financial benefits if you’re dedicated and disciplined enough to implement the strategies correctly. In the world of stock trading newsletters, what sets K Capital Advisors apart is Kyle Matthew’s extensive background in Finance. Take care!

  • Julius says:

    Cool article, really liked the Q&A type of style. You look like you know quite a bit of stuff related to stock trading newsletters. Never really knew anything about swing trading before. Keep up the good work and good luck!

    • Matt Thomas says:

      Thank you, Julius. Really appreciate the praise. With responses about K Capital Advisors straight from the CEO and Founder himself, it’s my hope that readers will get a deeper understanding of what his service is all about. His answers provide a little bit of information on his background, goals, and outlook. It’s also important to note that not all newsletter operators are so open to responding to such questions, so it displays Kyle’s transparency and honesty regarding his service. Cheers!

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