Matthew Tuttle is the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of Tuttle Capital Management, LLC.
Matthew created the first ever ETF that goes short another actively managed ETF when he saw that investors need a better risk management tool. Matthew also created what is understood as the only ETF that shorts companies which became public offerings through a special purpose acquisition company (“SPAC”) merger when he saw the quality of the SPAC deals being done. He was also instrumental in the launch of single stock ETFs in the U.S.
Matthew is a familiar face among the financial media. He has been a frequent guest on CNBC and Fox Business and has been frequently quoted in the Wall Street Journal and Barron’s.
He is the author of How Harvard & Yale Beat the Market and Financial Secrets of my Wealthy Grandparents.
Matthew has an MBA in Finance from Boston University and a BA in Economics from Clark University.
Other Team Members
Head of Operations
Peter has over twenty years experience in the financial industry, working in buy-side and sell-side capacities at firms such as Citigroup, UBS, WR Hambrecht, Wunderlich Securities and Virtus ETF Issuer Solutions. He has a degree in Accounting and Operations Information Management from University of Scranton (1997).
Murray Ruggiero III
Head of Trading
Murray joined Tuttle Capital Management in 2019. He has a BA in Business Administration, with a concentration in Finance, from Central Penn College (2016), and an MA in Business Leadership, with a concentration in Small Business, from Carolina University, formerly Piedmont International University (2018).
Pat has a variety of experience on the buy and sell side, having worked for Merrill Lynch, UBS and variety of family offices. Pat was a founder or early employee at several startups, most recently, marketGOATS. He has a degree in Economics from the University of Minnesota.