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Charlie’s month-end reading list

Here are some of the latest topics of interest at Fort Pitt Capital: The first article, "Landlord's view of the brick and mortar meltdown," published on Wolf Street by reporter John McNellis discusses the decline of traditional retail from a landlord’s perspective. McNellis indicates that clicks have not yet completely replaced bricks,…

In the news: What to know about TIAA investments

An article by reporter Gretchen Morgenson published in the New York Times recently detailed whistleblowing at the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association (TIAA). The retirement plan company is under fire for exerting pressure on employees and advisors to direct investors into higher fee generating accounts. TIAA, a once non-profit, switched their business model a…

Cybersecurity Preparedness

Since October is National Cyber Security Awareness month, we wanted to share how we approach cybersecurity and provide you with tips on how to protect your data. Throughout this month, federal agencies try to educate the public and private sector about various cyber threats and offers tips and best practices…

Reviving your 401(k)

A few weeks ago, reporter Rebecca Lake from U.S. News & World Report wrote an article titled “How to revive your 401(k) in your 50s,” providing readers with tips on how they can breathe life into this retirement savings vehicle. I shared some of my insight with Rebecca, but wanted…