My name is Kevin Matos, but most people know me as “Seven.” I am a 28-year-old entrepreneur and full-time options trader from the Bronx, New York. I graduated from Pennsylvania State University in 2016 and decided to bet on myself and focus solely on the stock market in 2020. Two of my biggest wins have been turning $700 into $25,000 overnight ($DOCU) and also making $96,000 overnight ($TSLA/$BBBY ).
Netting $100,000 in a year used to be a dream to me but with options, I’ve discovered a means to fulfill this dream in a month. The real honor is being able to help others change the trajectory of their own journeys. People think you need a lot of money to make a lot of money. What if I told you this wasn’t true? Some might believe it while others might not. However, it is undeniable when I show you through my own personal experiences.
I am the founder and CEO of Profit Rocket Club and, as a community, we have generated over $1 million dollars in trading profits within the first 3 months! I am extremely fortunate to serve as a catalyst for people to take control of their finances. Through PRC we have received testimonials of mortgages being paid off, retirement considerations, medical and credit card bills being covered, university tuition paid, and a ton more. We have an amazing nucleus with Co-pilots, Bilal, The Wealth Hunter, and Chef Money.
I am a graduate of Penn State University Harrisburg and my qualifications have stemmed from being involved in my community and having multiple leadership roles throughout my college and professional career. I was an investor during my college years, but the pandemic allowed me to elevate my game and become an actual day trader of options. From paying off my student loans to clearing my credit card debt, I can say that locking in with the stock market has changed my entire life.
I would like to be perceived as a guy from humble beginnings making his way to becoming a multi-millionaire. I consider myself a super down-to-earth kind of dude that’s an enthusiast of sports, video games, anime, fitness, and making money. You can find me playing computer games like World of Warcraft one moment, but the next moment I’m draining threes like Steph Curry. The little things bring me peace and joy.
I like to consider myself an MVP of anything I participate in because I’m motivated, versatile, and passionate. I made my own future by working my ass off and being a good person. The power of having a never-quit attitude is also priceless. I am a believer in success by going from failure to failure without a loss of enthusiasm. No matter how many trials and tribulations I experience, I know the triumph is coming. Every day I tackle my obstacles with unswerving confidence, knowing the score is 0-0. I’ve seen what’s possible and have experienced the lucrative opportunities from the stock market, and quitting is not an option (pun intended).
I have a ton of goals for this year, but some of the biggest ones are visiting all 7 Wonders of the World and seeing a liquid $1,000,000 in my bank account. I also want to read 24 books (2 books a month) this year and pay off my mother’s mortgage. My long-term goal is to break generational curses for myself and help others do the same. I want to teach others of financial literacy, especially the youth. If they can know the stats of LeBron James and every lyric from the newest Drake song, they can also learn about their own net worth, investing, the power of life insurance, etc.
The most life-changing moment was my first big win. I made $7,000 from $500 trading options. I ended up gaining the confidence to take a chance, leave my job and focus on the market full time. I knew that if I applied myself, I could obtain this outcome more than once. So that’s what I did and it was extremely challenging until I discovered my edge. Once I found my strengths, I capitalized on that to just execute my process consistently. I showed up every day because the power of compounding is underrated. Small gains and getting 1% better at my craft was was the main catalyst for my achievements.
Getting involved in the stock market allowed me to truly see who I am and learn what my strengths and weakness are. I thought I paid attention to detail, but the stock market exposed that I should be sometimes double- and even triple-check to do my due diligence. At some points, I made the rookie mistake of letting winners become losers or FOMO (fear of missing out) into trades. I had to remind myself at many points that taking profit is dope and I should be focused on what’s going on in front of me, not what others are talking about. If I go up 90% on a trade, I should not let it go back down to -20% and then decide to cut for a loss.
All the rookie mistakes and being familiar with different market conditions allowed me to be a sniper, not a machine gunner. I’ve learned to practice patience and stay unswervingly consistent with my process. What inspired me to go all-in were the possibilities that I saw and experienced. I decided I am the master of my fate and captain of my soul. I should have enough confidence to bet on myself, no matter how scary it is. So, that’s what I did. And it was the best decision I ever made.
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