Alejandro Saltiel joined WisdomTree as a Quantitative Research Analyst in May 2017. He is responsible for quantitative research on WisdomTree’s products and global equity markets. Prior to joining WisdomTree, Alejandro worked at HSBC Asset Management’s Mexico City office as Portfolio Manager for multi-asset mutual funds. He started his career working at a boutique hedge fund that specialized on trading options on sector-levered ETFs. Alejandro received his Master’s in Financial Engineering degree from Columbia University in 2017 and a Bachelor’s in Engineering degree from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) in 2010. He is a holder of the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
After an eventful year, many investors are asking: is investing in ex-state-owned companies in emerging markets still better than investing in the full market? Alejandro Saltiel explains why our answer is, yes.
Emerging markets have struggled to find their footing this year, leaving many investors seeking strategic ways to include emerging markets in their portfolio. Against this backdrop, Alejandro Saltiel explains why investors should consider ex-state-owned strategies when investing in emerging markets.
Alejandro Saltiel and Matthew Aydemir outline our approach to incorporating a tactical equity model into our managed futures Fund (WTMF).
WisdomTree believes the current market environment presents an opportunity for managed futures to potentially add uncorrelated returns and reduce risk in a portfolio. Alejandro Saltiel and Matt Aydemir discuss the recent enhancements made to the WisdomTree Managed Futures Strategy Fund (WTMF), which they believe may help make it an ideal candidate for an investor looking to add value to their portfolio.
Investors widely understand the benefits of additional diversification through alternative strategies. Historically, however, these types of funds have been difficult to justify. Alejandro Saltiel and Matthew Aydemir explain the potential for investors to boost returns using efficient capital strategies while diversifying with alternative strategies.
Investors are becoming increasingly more interested in ESG offerings. Against this backdrop, Alejandro Saltiel breaks down the methodology behind our suite of broad-based ESG ETFs.